Sharing a few ways that I have changed my life through managing my mind!
Tag: weight loss
Right or Wrong? Good or Bad? As humans, we love to categorize our decisions both before and after into right or wrong, good or bad. And that's perfectly fine as we get through life figuring out what works, what doesn't, what we like, what we don't like. But there are lots of times when we… Continue reading Decisions, Decisions…
What are you letting in?
In a previous post, I discussed the Personal Perception Lenses that we all have on- our unique way of looking at the world, determining what to focus on, and how to think about situations, events, people, and ourselves. In this post, I want to discuss what information you are letting in or subjecting yourself to… Continue reading What are you letting in?
Personal Perception Lenses When you receive information in your brain through your senses, your brain categorizes and make sense of the information to determine what information is important and what is not important and what to do with that information. It is like the process of digestion where it goes through a series of steps… Continue reading Perception
3-PART SERIES: Feeling Guilty about Working on Your Weight Loss- Part 3 How to Think About Opinions
PART 3: How to Think About Opinions! Welcome to the third step to Resolving Your Guilt over Your Weight Loss Journey! This discussion will be all about OPINIONS, which are just thoughts about something, either from someone else or from yourself. Let’s review for a minute some things you learned in the first two steps:… Continue reading 3-PART SERIES: Feeling Guilty about Working on Your Weight Loss- Part 3 How to Think About Opinions
Three Steps to Resolving Your Guilt: PART 2
Developing Your Emotional Fuel Welcome to the second step to Resolving Your Guilt over Your Weight Loss Journey. In my first blog of this series, I describe what some people may be going through as they embark on a weight loss journey when it comes to feeling guilt. I walked you through the preliminary steps… Continue reading Three Steps to Resolving Your Guilt: PART 2
Feeling Guilty about Working on Your Weight Loss?
Three Steps to Resolving Your Guilt (Three Part Series) PART 1: The Pre-steps & Step #1 Feeling Guilt Do you ever feel guilty for working on your weight loss goals? You feel like other people might think you are being selfish or that you spend too much time on yourself? Or you have your own… Continue reading Feeling Guilty about Working on Your Weight Loss?
Repetition: A Key To Learning
We Learn by Association, We Remember by Repetition If you are on a journey to change yourself, you have to get comfortable with the idea of repetition or continued practice of new thought loops (Thought-Feeling-Behavior) from both an intellectual and experienced perspective! Knowledge + Experience You may first learn about a skill or subject matter… Continue reading Repetition: A Key To Learning
Cheeze-Its: A Tale of a Habit
Cheeze-Its: Crunchy, salty, cheesy bites of cracker that crumble in your mouth and melt on your tongue. They taste best by the handful. They don’t need any preparation. They are quick and easy to grab. Such a quick relief from stress! Especially good when you are hungry to boot. You can just continue to pop… Continue reading Cheeze-Its: A Tale of a Habit
Coffee. Today I am thankful for coffee. Heck, I am thankful every day for coffee. When I wake up in the morning, usually between 4:30 and 5:00 AM, the one thing that actually gets me to swing my big ol’ legs over the side of the bed and plop my feet onto the floor is… Continue reading Anticipation