Sometimes when you’re stressed, it’s easier just not to eat, but that’s exactly what you need to do when you’re stressed! Eating consistently throughout the day will help keep your blood sugar levels stable, keep your hormones in check, and help stave off “hangry” feelings.
Contrary to what you may have heard or believe to be true, it is totally okay to treat yourself using food!! Life is pretty stressful and you work so hard and you deserve a treat! If food or drink is the way for you then absolutely go for it! Of course, the problem is when the only way you know how to treat yourself or relax is through food and drink.
Benefit number 52003 of ditching the diet, recovering from an eating disorder/disordered eating, and becoming an Intuitive Eater: You don’t have to skip out on holiday meals in hopes of maybe seeing half a pound less on the scale tomorrow. You don’t have to bring your own diet food to the meal. You don’t haveContinue reading “You Don’t Have to Miss Out on Holiday Meals in Hopes of Seeing 0.5 lb Less on The Scale Tomorrow”
Wherever you are on your self acceptance/love/respect journey, you can still start by taking care of yourself today.
We’re one full week into the new year and if you’ve set a New Year’s resolution, you may already be eager to see if you’ve had success. But how do you measure success now that you’ve finally decided to ditch dieting and a resolution for weight loss?
When your goal was to lose weight, an easy barometer of your success was the bathroom scale. The scale tells you whether you’re moving in the right direction, or whether you need to keep working harder towards your goal.
But what not that it isn’t about the weight? And therefore, not about the number on the scale.
This time of year, the media is all about how to maintain your weight this holiday season or minimize the holiday eating “damage”. These articles or news pieces essentially give you all the diet tips you’ve heard many times before. They teach you how to spend the whole holiday meal planning to eat enough to satisfy your cravings, but not too much that you might end up gaining weight. The tips are well-meaning. After all, most people are worried about holiday weight gain and then try to go on a diet come January 1st.
But what if you didn’t need to worry about your weight? What if you could just enjoy the holiday season with family and friends? What if holiday gatherings were about all the things you’re grateful for?