What do you think when you hear someone say, “Honesty, I don’t really care about burgers or chips anymore. I’d rather have a salad”? Probably that they are either lying or aren’t real human beings. We get it – despite all your good intentions and attempts to stick to a healthy diet, you still find yourself craving junk food on a daily basis.
If making better choices was as easy as knowing what to do and then just doing it… we’d all be at our goals by now. But what keeps us stuck in the same old place over and over again? Why do we lose our motivation to eat healthy, work out, get up, or go out?
We have all heard that positive motivation always works better than threats, so therefore we need to get excited about something instead of scared. We cannot motivate ourselves for a very long time to do something we really don’t want to do, so knowing what we truly long for is crucial for getting motivated over and over again.
Routines are fabulous for many reasons. They can keep your mind decluttered by providing structure and prevent you from becoming overwhelmed by having to deal with too many decision – also called decision fatigue.
Having steady routines in place is anything but restrictive. In fact, they can save you loads of time and energy to live out your creativity and increase your productivity.Read More
We've all been there: Trying to give up old habits that aren't good for us and establishing new and more healthy ones. We read about amazing life changing transformation stories and get hooked right away, looking to become the next transformation story ourselves.
Especially around New Year's eve, many of us get stressed out by the huge pressure we put on ourselves, wanting too much in a short amount of time and not taking into account the many years it took for us to get where we are today.Read More
There is a lot of talk out in the health and wellness world about the ‘mind/body connection’ – and this is a really amazing thing. The truth is, your body is very wise and holds within it all the information you need to be healthy.
The trouble is, most people have become so disconnected from their body, that the idea of it containing all the knowledge of health one will ever need seems like a far-fetched idea at best, and a dangerous notion at worst.Read More