Consider limiting excess sugar.

The effects of cutting sugar from the diet can be tremendous for skin, mood, energy, feeling balanced, and weight control! The positive effects are something to truly be grateful for, even if you've been eating excess sugar for years! Learn more from health.com...  http://www.health.com/nutrition/health-benefits-quitting-sugar

Be grateful for and toward your body.

Our bodies are so important and so incredible! They get us through the long days, carry us around, and maintain our health. The body is also a signal for when our bad habits are getting in the way of health - our physical and psychological health. It truly is so important to take the best … Continue reading Be grateful for and toward your body.

Grateful to exercise.

It can be hard to feel grateful for exercise, because people do not always love exercise! I challenge you this mid-week day to consider thinking of exercise as something to be grateful for! Remind yourself how fortunate you are to have the ability to exercise. Think of that friend or loved one battling illness, a … Continue reading Grateful to exercise.

Body positive inspiration.

I love this picture because it is beautiful! And, I love the message Winnie Harlow is sending about loving yourself and your beauty for you, not based on what anyone else may think. There is nothing sexier and more beautiful than self-confidence! Find some inspiration in her post! https://www.self.com/story/winnie-harlow-nude-selfie?mbid=nl_082017_Daily_Hero2&utm_medium=dailyemail&CNDID=23669703&spMailingID=11728672&spUserID=MTkwMDE4Mzk5NjY0S0&spJobID=1221664095&spReportId=MTIyMTY2NDA5NQS2

Negative self-talk kills goals.

This article rings true for the negative effects of poor self-talk, which can stop you from reaching your goals and can lead to weight gain versus weight loss! There is no usefulness for this self-negativity. Check out the tips to combat negative self-talk in this article... http://health.usnews.com/health-news/blogs/eat-run/2015/06/09/how-negative-self-talk-is-killing-your-health-and-weight-loss-goals?context=amp