I’ve broken down my Top 3 Lessons Learned for you today.
I’ve lost 10lbs. I’m losing another 10lbs.
I’ve learned so much along this journey and I have a few things to learn still.
Have you ever told someone or something, “You’re not welcome here.”?
It doesn’t sound very nice, but let’s check that because it could be one of the most powerful things you do.
I’m giving you permission to say that very thing by the end of this article…
Remember those Goosebumps books, where you got to choose the next part of the story every few pages, and if you read it more than once you never knew what the ending was going to be each time?
I think the author, R. L. Stine, got his inspiration from life.
I mean, that’s literally what we do, right? We try something, make a change, try something else, make another change, and in the end either succeed or fail.
Then we start a new adventure to go for a new goal or try for the one we failed at again.
There are many opinions in the weight loss world about what exercise has to do with weight loss.
I’d like to offer my professional opinion as a Life and Weight Loss Coach, and as someone who has heard and acted upon many of these opinions.
You’ve probably tried losing weight many times in your life.
And you’ve probably tried losing weight with force, deprivation, stress, anxiousness, and fear.
But have you ever tried to lose weight calmly?
This is actually one of my secrets.
At some point, enough is enough.
Along the roller coaster of weight loss and weight gain you will have reached the point of ‘enough is enough’.
I’m sure you’ve said this at some point in your life.
Enough is enough = when the pain of being stuck has become greater than the pain of getting unstuck.
There is no try, there is only do.
My mentor told this story and I felt it something deep.
Her coach told her to try to rip a piece of paper.
My mentor ripped the paper.
Her coach said, “No, try to rip the paper.“
Escaping is a form of hiding.
You try to escape when you no longer want to feel, think, or do something anymore.
A lot of times, escaping looks like numbing or a distraction.