Eat slowly today. Chew your food, don't wolf it down. Enjoy it. Eat things ONE at a time (almonds, nuts, cheat day M&M's). Notice the difference it makes.
Reflect on your relationship with eating...Why do you eat the way you do? Do you live to eat? Why? Are there other activities you can use to replace - if necessary - the emotions you associate with eating?
Things to think about.
Make some connections...it will help you with your long-term lifestyle nutrition changes.
Oh, and drink slowly, too, or even less.
Truth about alcohol and fat loss (and CB's favorite drinks)
- Alcohol and Fat Loss
Your eating and drinking should actually have rules. Speaking of which, I've been thinking a lot about these lately, and I'm going to write a TT article about them this week...and a different way you might want to approach creating your own
Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tips:
"Whether you think that you can, or that you can't, you are usually right." Henry Ford
"You're successful when you like who and what you are. Success includes achievement...while choosing and directing your own activities. It means enjoying intimate relationships and loving what you do in life." - Kekich Credo #7
Craig Ballantyne, CTT