40 Day Fall Fix: Challenge Yourself To Change or Create a Habit in 40 days. Click here for a free tracking grid! 🍁A virtual challenge is where you pick something you want to work on for set period of time, set a goal, & choose a reward for yourself. Here are some participation options:
What makes a goal SMART? Just wanted to share some goal setting thoughts as many of us prepare for the #90DaySummerSizzle Challenge. 🔥🔥🔥 I increase my own chances of successfully … Continue reading What makes a goal SMART?
Looking for extra motivation to stay on track this summer? Consider committing to a personal challenge such as this 90 Day Summer Sizzle Challenge. Here are links to 2 printable…
Pre-planning out a few food details before I went on vacation for helped me get right back on track after I returned home! This post has a few tips for creating a great re-entry plan…
De-Stress / Anti-Stress Kit: Create a Personal Box of Items to soothe and calm yourself in times of emotional frustration or stress. I was inspired after a recent Weight Watchers meeting on Emotional Eating. The best takeaway idea was to create a bag or kit of things to keep yourself busy and distracted in times when you’d prefer to be eating your frustrations instead. Being mindful of our needs during an emotional moment is key to staying on track.
Mindset Is Everything.
Just sharing one of my personal mantras that keep me focused & mindful. These 3 simple words inspire me to step back from my life for just a moment to make sure my mind is in the right place.
💥💥It was honestly, a FOOD and DRINK FEST! 💥💥
📊📈📉 Blank Grids + Pic Collage (or any collage app) = Fun & Mindful Way to Track Goals. Blank Jpg Pictures are at the Bottom of this post. 😉 The following is my playful attempt at Organizational Planning Poetry:
Optimism Strategies: 10 Ways to Let Sunshine Into Your Life ☀️
Taking some time for yourself can help you avoid grazing your way through the kitchen pantry.
I used to dread tracking until I realized that it wasn’t a chore, it was a lifesaver!
“I am all about having strategies for dealing with my life mindfully vs. using food to handle things mindlessly.”