This article from Mindful magazine addresses the reality we do not all have the time to be entirely mindful every time we eat. Rather, they offer tips to engage in more informal mindful eating which can be accomplished on a daily basis. Consider printing off this nice chart as a reminder of what is mindless versus … Continue reading Informal mindful eating.
Consider picking just one, develop the habit over a week or two, and then move on to another. Do not take on too much at once or you'll be more likely to give up. This is not a race to the finish! It is necessary to creat an actual lifestyle change in order to keep … Continue reading Simple weight loss tips.
All too often, when we begin a weight loss goal, we are so motivated to lose the weight we take an all or nothing approach and do too much too fast. While the motivation is admirable and a key to success, making too many changes at once can lead to failure in the long run. … Continue reading Small changes, big results.
Creating new habits can be difficult, especially when the rewards for the new behavior may be more long-term; with higher immediate rewards for the old habits. Weight loss is certainly a goal where achieving the desired rewards takes time and patience, and giving up some of those short-term gratifications. When you make the decision to … Continue reading Make decisions mindfully.
Mindful eating is incredibly important and helpful to learning to control your portion size, how frequently you eat, monitoring emotional eating, and learning what foods make you feel good and which do not. This is a nice article from Experience Life to get you thinking about more mindful eating habits. Important for reaching those healthy goals and creating overall … Continue reading Eat like a Yogi.