Category Archives: Emotional Eating
This time of year we are all trying to break habits. However, most habits have a positive reward. Think about the behavior that you are trying to replace and what positive reward you get from it. Then replace the behavior NOT the reward. Check out the video below for a more detailed explanation!
Every year around the holiday season, I read articles about the best ways to fight holiday weight gain. They all have tips about eating before you go, bringing a healthy dish to share or making exercise a priority. These are all great tips! In fact, I recommend them. However, this year I want you to try something a little different. Instead of focusing on all of the stuff you shouldn’t have, go back for seconds! Let me explain… Typically at holiday … Continue reading
Remember the famous quote, “Life is a marathon, not a sprint,” so go slow and pace yourself? Well, consider for a moment that finding success in achieving your New Year’s resolutions should take on a similar strategy. With so many people setting out to find solutions to the things they would like to start doing, or stop doing, why does it seem as though more and more people are failing to maintain their goals after January 1 or not setting them … Continue reading
If there is one thing that I can promise you, it’s that you are going to get hungry. Every day. Many times a day. Over and over again. And, while daily hunger isn’t exactly news, many of us act truly surprised when our stomach starts to grumble. Half the time, we even pretend that it will go away because we are just too busy to deal with it. Unfortunately, it doesn’t go away. Instead, it grows until it completely takes … Continue reading