I was thinking this week about some of the things we do to soothe ourselves when we’re feeling pressured, or feeling strain of any kind from any source.
I get asked all the time, what on earth does diet-less weight loss and diet-less living actually mean?
It simply means we don’t count calories, food combine, restrict foods or any other food tactics. No lotions, no potions, no pills, no powders, and it’s not focused around exercise programs or exercise equipment.
I recently had a discussion with a man about the importance of reaching out and talking to people when we find ourselves in a spot of emotional bother.
Suzy Welch wrote a book; The Rule of 10-10-10
My wonderful, beautiful sister bought me a copy of that book years ago and it was one of the easiest and most helpful reads in a long time. The simplicity of Suzy’s decision making strategy is what makes it so useful.
I’ve been asked a lot lately for easy tips for diet-less living, and the first thing to do is actually enjoy the food that you eat. This is 5 tips to help you do that.
#1.PUT THE WEAPONS DOWN
This is not new news right?
What does work/life balance mean to you?
I did a poll recently and this is some of the answers I received
Are you preparing not to succeed?
Diet cookbooks are helping you to do just that.
Have you ever heard someone say (or be told) that the reason they are not achieving the goal or ambition they want to achieve is because they have a ‘worthiness’ issue?
It’s gotta be one of the least helpful things you can think or be told, doesn’t it?
Have you ever heard the phrase ‘The ghost in the machine”?
In technology it’s used to refer to something unknown that interferes with the proper functioning of a program, sometimes also known as a glitch in the system.
I used to go for goals without really knowing why I was going for them.
Sometimes I saw other people doing things that inspired me to do the same, sometimes I was doing it because ‘everybody’ else was, sometimes I was doing it because media said it was the thing to do and sometimes because it was what I thought was expected of me.