Over the weekend I was at The Grove in Poplar Grove with some friends and I'm not quite sure what brought it on, but a woman I had never met before gave me the most unusually sweet compliment; she said, "you're so tiny I could put you in my pocket."

Honestly, I was floored; no one has ever referred to me as "tiny" before and if it's the last thing I think I am, it's that. But, ever since hearing those words, it's been the motivation I need to get into the gym every single day; even when I don't want to.

Apparently hearing those kinds of compliments is also the key to sticking to your New Year's resolution to lose weight. That's according to a the Daily Mail, who says that hearing that you're good looking is enough for you to want to change your diet and gym habits.

Additionally, hearing unusual compliments, and by unusual, I mean things you don't hear very often, like "You're so hot," will help you achieve even better results.

Experts say, "Hearing we are looking good from people we care about, and the time and effort we have invested in our health are bearing fruit, actually spurs us on to do even more."

With that said, you are super hot; and if you don't have someone to remind you of that every single day, I'm here for you. Now, put down that doughnut and get your fine self to the gym.

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