Have you ever had a healthy habit that, for some reason, you just lost touch with? This video talks about why that happens and what to do about it! Habits are like riverbeds. It will take time for the new habit to carve out a new riverbed while the old riverbed never completely goes away.
Let me guess, you probably have a few goals you want to accomplish. Workout more, eat healthier, write a book, switch careers, learn a new language, or loose weight. The thing is, with so many things we want to get done and only so much time, it can be a bit overwhelming and hard to
Ideally we’d all go through life waiting to eat until we are hungry, stop eating before we are full, and eat foods that nourish our bodies. At least most of the time. In this paradigm, we’d feel amazing in our bodies and fully enjoy, guilt free, those rare moments when we splurge on that delicious
I’ve made a lot of goals in life, and sometimes they’ve happened (training for races) and sometimes they haven’t (learning French on my own). To be perfectly honest, for three years in a row I had the exact same New Years resolutions: finish Rosetta Stone in French, do yoga, and…well, I forget the third,