Most people feel that I may judge them for not eating perfectly. They are afraid to share with me what they've been eating.
Most people assume that I eat perfectly at every meal.
Perfectionism almost ruined me with the expectations I set for myself.
I’ve learned over the years through my own dieting adventures -
DON’T TAKE ANYTHING AWAY FROM ME!
Isn’t it crazy how once we’re told we can’t have something we want it more?
One thing that has helped me over the years when it comes to food is having my non-negotiables in place.
For instance: if I’m going to have a meal that’s typically known as a “cheat meal” you better believe I’m going to make it worth it.
I firmly believe in moderation but what does that mean and how do we GET there?
Because we all know we need to eat right but if we know this then why do 90% of all dieters regain their weight?
I’m on my own journey right now.
Slowly working my way back from an injury.
We need to start with a beginners mindset even if we “know” what to do.
Slowly building habits to get you on the right track so you’re not derailed with an all or nothing approach.
Slowly adding in exercises to see how your body responds.
Making sure you’re eating healthy the majority of the time so that you can enjoy something delicious once and awhile.
Holding the vision of what you want to achieve
Trust the process even if it is slow.
Run your own race. What worked for your cousin losing a million pounds in 6 weeks is more than likely not your race.
Commit to today in taking the steps you need to be consistent.
Enjoy the little things once and awhile
Let me know if this resonates with you and want to schedule a call if you seem to be in the same cycle.
Nourish your purpose now,