A boring routine is a recipe for disaster when wanting to stick with a weight loss plan long-term. Recharge your enthusiasm with my tips for adding variety. I remember back in my dieting days, diet food was boring, bland and uninspiring so even with the best intentions I could never stick with the plan long-term.
It’s that time of year again, time to reflect on the year that was and make a few plans for the year ahead. Ask anyone and I’m sure they’ll say that sticking to New Year’s resolutions can be tough. It’s tough but not impossible, let me show you how. Perhaps you uttered a few words
I frequently hear is that it’s so hard to stay motivated. Perhaps the real issue is demotivation which, when left unchecked, can sabotage your healthy living plan.
We all have good and bad days but how you respond can make or break your weight loss efforts. If you regularly have feelings of self-doubt, inadequacy and put everyone before yourself, you may find low self-esteem is affecting your weight loss.
People often ask me how to stay motivated. We’ve all been there, at the start of the week we’re gung-ho and ready to conquer the world and by the end of the week we’ve fizzled out and don’t want to play anymore. The thing is, motivation is only one part of the weight loss puzzle.
Are bad habits holding you back? The problem with breaking bad habits is that often the bad habit we give up is quickly replaced by another bad habit. How many times have you heard of a smoker who gave up smoking only to take up eating lollies or chocolate and then gained a heap of
If you want to age gracefully, commit now to do what it takes. Here’s 3 things to do right now that will set you up for a lifetime of good health.
This is the perfect time to start fresh with your weight loss efforts.
Instead of saying negative things about your weight, put a positive spin on it.
See how you can make some subtle or not-so-subtle changes to bring more calm to your life.