Tracking and planning food is an essential part of weight loss coaching. This is how we learn about our emotional triggers, this is how we find where the excess calories come from. Without tracking and being aware of what we eat, it’s easy to conveniently forget what we grabbed on the go and how much we ate mindlessly.
This Mind-Body Journal offers focus ideas every week to approach eating mindfully and to do it from a place of self-care. Don’t overlook the 33 questions in the back, they are there to create more clarity.Continue reading
In the previous post I wrote about overeating to please others and Example One was about a Mother – Daughter story, I frequently hear. In this example we often fall into eating what others eat because we want to belong. For some reason we believe belonging comes from doing similar things. We don’t want to […]Continue reading
This is one of the most difficult situations for people who want to lose weight or eat healthy. It’s when you eat something “bad” and the only reason you ate it was because it was there. You know how it goes… you come to work. There is a box of donuts, pizza, or a birthday cake. […]Continue reading
Many years ago I started using this THOUGHT, when I tried to change my shopping habits. And then sugar eating habits. As a Capricorn, I love material things, I think they can make us happy, they can bring joy (…until they don’t). So this THOUGHT doesn’t imply we never buy anything again! But a little […]Continue reading
I want to share few questions to ask yourself, that will bring you complete CLARITY and ENERGY to build a positive habit. Why would you ask yourself a question? Because the quality of question we ask ourselves determines the quality of the answer. I will use the boring example of exercising… forgive me! But it’s […]Continue reading
Many books have been written on overcoming bad habits. When you look around seems like everyone has their own prescription for the process. And so do I. I learned what works and what doesn’t work for me. The reason why this post is very simple is: engaging in the bad habits happens so fast we […]Continue reading