Find out how a popular weight loss program relapsed my years long battle with bulimia and emotional eating.
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Thoughts about focusing on what you actually see instead of fixating on what you do not.
Sadly, not all connections we make with others in life meet our (or possibly their) needs. When this happens, it’s best to save what you can and walk away from what you can’t.
Free your life up for those who will support and encourage you.
Once you know which goals you want to achieve — and you can answer yes to these questions — you can use them as an investment in yourself. Placing your goals into action is when you tie your life budget together. You must work within the balance of enjoyment and meaningfulness in order to achieve what you truly desire.
Dieting used to feel like my full-time job.
Every time I tried to give notice, the insecurity over not trusting myself enough around food stopped me.
It felt familiar. Dieting was second nature.
As was my self-doubt and dissatisfaction with my body.
I tried every diet, pill, potion, cleanse whathaveyou over the nearly two decades of my toxic relationship with food and my body.
So, I tried something radical (for me): I stopped trying.
As a wellness solutions coach, I often hear people express discouragement when they decide to start a wellness journey. I call this “stuck in the big picture frame of mind.” And when people are stuck here, the first things they should do is take a step back and think about actions they wish to change toward their overall success. So, I’ve compiled a list of 5 healthy living habits you can start today. Ease in, start with these tips and be on your way to healthy habits in no time.
I can tell you — for a fact — that there is probably nobody who struggles with criticism more than I do. In fact, if you were to ask any of my former employers, they would all probably say that “being defensive” was the one quality about me they struggled with the most.