You've probably read those articles that tell us to drink a glass of water, chew ice chips, or eat some vegetables to curb a craving, right? Or wait 30 minutes and let it pass?
Did you laugh - or cry - at how unrealistic that is?
I know I have! Maybe it's just me but when I'm craving something, I can't get it out of my head until I eat it.
This is one of the most common conversations I have with people: They hate running and will never be able to do it.
Trust me, I used to be allll there in that belief too. Didn't know I could run more than a block until I was 46 years old. Even after that I tried for months but couldn't build more than a mile.... Until I met the man who's now my husband, an ultramarathon runner, and he gave me a bunch of tips.
Little by little, running started to get awesome.
So please check out these tips and see what's possible for you!
If you travel for work or have an upcoming trip for fun, you might be worried about overeating or derailing your weight loss progress.
This is a common question I get, so I wanted to pass along some of the suggestions that've helped my clients.
My husband and I drove our RV from Pennsylvania to Wyoming (and back) last month, and although it was one of the most breathtaking, peaceful, and memorable places I've ever been, it was also riddled with a lot of complications and changes of plans because of RV issues.
Did I mention we had our two very "active" two year old Labs with us also?
Every minute wasn't zen, but I noted many times that I couldn't believe how calm and patient I was feeling. I also felt extremely grateful that I have healthy, intuitive eating on autopilot so there was no tailspins into bingeing or emotional eating.
So here are some ideas for you to tuck into your travel bag to help you on your next trip. Be sure to download the free checklist and planning kit at the bottom of the post!
"It was easy. I never expected it to be this easy to implement Still kind of amazed.”
That’s what one of my clients told me the other day during her second to last session when I asked her what’s standing out the most as she’s almost finished with the program.
I also saw the “it was easy” sentence that day when I was looking at quotes from one of my first clients.
I hear this a lot, and it brings tears to my eyes. Because I remember these amazing women “before,” and I remember myself before. Food was the opposite of easy.
Happy you're here! This is where I give you food hacks and habit tricks so you can break free from out-of-control eating & cravings and feel so much better in your own skin.
♥ join the movement ♥
Debbie Thompson, B.A., M.S., Certified Health & Life Coach
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