In order to make a difference in your eating habits you’ve got to make it a priority. If it is important to you and you know why you’re going to do it, you’ll honor it. Once that decision is made, the actual process is just a matter of learning a new habit.
By Lori Hanson In my last post I talked about three key ingredients you need to engineer a comeback. As promised, today we’ll dig a little deeper into each one. 1. Develop Mental Awareness To further our discussion on developing mental awareness, first take a look around. What is working and what isn’t working well […]
If you travel on any type of regular basis for work, meetings or even recreation you’ve developed a philosophy about your eating habits on the road. Many people adopt the “Wahoo, I’m traveling, it’s a picnic” attitude and then complain about gaining weight, not feeling good or why they can’t stick to their healthy lifestyle.