Why Weight? Add This Helpful Holiday Habit Today! Guest blog post by Marnie Swedberg Five minutes from now you will be equipped to enjoy your holiday bites more than ever before, take in less calories than you think possible, and … Continue reading →
Best times to eat and not to eat to promote weight loss.Continue reading →
How changing things in your environment can help you succeed with your habit change.Continue reading →
What is Plan D habit change planning? It is contingency planning for your habit change issue. You brainstorm possible obstacles or likely hindrances that could stop you from succeeding with your specific habit change goal.
For example, let’s suppose you have decided to go to your local fitness club on a certain day of the week to work out. What if your car won’t start? What if the club is unexpectedly closed? What if the school calls and you have to go pick up your sick child at the exact time you had your workout scheduled?Continue reading →
All-or-Nothing Thinking in Habit Change
All-or-Nothing thinking can be disastrous to your habit change efforts. If you get stuck into that kind of thinking pattern you will end up failing with your habit change.Continue reading →
Resisting Food Temptations the Christian Way
Pay close attention to when you catch yourself saying or thinking, “that sure looks tempting”, as it applies to food or drink. If you are thinking that something looks “tempting”, there is a really good chance that it actually is “tempting”, that is testing, trying, luring you into something that is not the best for you and that is possibly even a sin for you.Continue reading →
We know sugar is bad for us. For some actual reasons why, see my post “Top 29 Reasons To Avoid Sugar”.
You know why to avoid it. Do you know how to avoid it?Continue reading →
Try some of these things and see if some or all of your weight comes off with less effort. 1. Take the top off of every sandwich and burger you eat. 2. Never go to the grocery store or parties … Continue reading →