For me, when I am in the habit of morning workouts is when I am most successful. I have learned myself over the years of this journey, and I know if I wait until the end of the day I am more likely to miss a workout than actually do it. It doesn't mean getting … Continue reading Morning workout habit.
Sleep is so important for physical and psychological health, and weight loss. Here are some tips from WebMD to get your sleep back on schedule... whether you're struggling due to stress, travel, whatever it may be... these tips can help! http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/discomfort-15/better-sleep/adjust-sleep-cycle?page=1
Obtaining a more objective and rational view of ourselves and our personal problems allows us to more clearly think of ways to work on changing these problems. Objective self-monitoring is difficult. Our emotional state can quite easily lead us to view situations in a non-objective manner, over-react, and make us unable to see how to … Continue reading Self-monitoring.
Sometimes food is used as a tool for coping and you may not even recognize this is the case. I previously discussed the difference between emotional hunger and true hunger. Emotional hunger is more likely to lead to negatively coping with food. Coping with food can lead to weight gain, poor health, lethargy, low mood, … Continue reading Coping with food.
Many things get in the way of us understanding or living by our personal values. It takes confidence to live according to your own values, when those around you may think you should live another way. And, unfortunately, people tend to like getting into other people’s lives and telling them how they should live… parents, … Continue reading Values.