If you’re quick to say, “I can’t…” when it comes to exercise, eating well, or making any change for that matter, I’m here to help you flip the script. I’ve evolved a concept over time that has opened the doors to change for myself, and it’s been the key to losing weight for many of my clients: thinking in terms of possibility.
If you’re committed to your weight loss, there are some hard truths you need to be aware of. I’m giving them to you straight this week to set you up for success. These hard truths come from recent observations from coaching sessions, inspired by the fantastic results some clients are getting, and the common themes I’m noticing.
When we pick apart the word fine, what does that really mean? It’s a word that we use as a placeholder. It’s a knee-jerk response, and the belief that we’re fine keeps us from becoming the next best version of ourselves. If you’re tired of feeling just fine, tune in and let me help you do something about it.
In order to lose weight and have peace around food, using your physical hunger as a guiding principle for your eating is the only way to achieve success. When we eat for any reason other than hunger, we are emotionally eating. This may sound like a stretch, but this is a truth that needs to be acknowledged if we want to create real habit changes around the way we eat.
I’m discussing what it looks like when you moderate your exposure to your trigger foods, the potential issues you might encounter, and my tips for successfully moderating your consumption. Additionally, I’m sharing the other option: abstinence. I’m delving into why abstaining isn’t about restriction and deprivation, and how to make a deliberate choice about how to approach your trigger foods.
Discover the power of my sentence for inner peace when you’re struggling to create new habits: “Something is better than nothing.” I’m sharing why something is always better than nothing and how to use this idea to start changing your habits and forming new ones that serve you in the life you want to live.
Do you want to know how to succeed at weight loss? Discover the five characteristics of people who are successful in their weight loss efforts. I’m sharing why you need a plan to lose weight, how to stick to the plan, and why following the plan perfectly isn’t the goal here. Instead, it’s all about how you take ownership of your decisions and get back on track.
Does being busy imply having an excessive amount of tasks to complete and insufficient time to accomplish them? Does it mean that your mind is occupied with thoughts but you’re not making any progress? Does it indicate that you’re working vigorously or that you’re overcommitted to things that hold little significance to you? Most importantly, what is the cost of being busy? Tune in to find out.