Boredom is frequently a trigger to getting off track with weight loss goals. Learning to be okay with boredom is a highly important skill for overall wellbeing! Here is a great list of free ideas to fill your downtime from The Simple Dollar... https://www.thesimpledollar.com/100-things-to-do-during-a-money-free-weekend/
One of the best things I did for myself, and really one of the major turning points in going from a person who yo-yoed to actually losing and keeping weight off, was calmly and patiently working through an injury. When I decided this was the time, I quickly injured my knee only running 1 slow … Continue reading Dealing with injury.
If you are an emotional eater, it is important you begin to recognize what triggers this eating and learn strategies other than food for comfort. Even when emotional, if you can slow down and be intentional about how to you deal with those emotions, it will help both your emotions and your waistline. Emotional eating … Continue reading Emotional eating.
This topic is fitting today, as I have been battling a bad cold/flu - even more annoying that it is this time of year! I find it hard to stay on track when I am not well. Even when I feel nauseated, I have a tendency to think comfort foods will make me feel better. … Continue reading Stay on track through illness.
I sadly lost a family member last week, bringing with it stress and high emotion for so many. Such times come with seemingly impossible physical and emotional distress. It is vitally important during such stressful times to stay on top of wellness to aid in coping and healing. Grief and overwhelming stress come in many … Continue reading Grief and exercise.