When you’re planning a trip, you plan the clothes, airline, hotel, and even some tours you want to take but you probably don’t plan your eating. The problem with most vacations is that people want to sleep late and perhaps leave the rigid schedule at home. Continue Reading ➞ “Travel Eating – Before, During, After”
If you are a compulsive overeater, a binge eater, or a food addict, there are some things you can do.
1.Set a goal. Rather than waiting, start now and decide how much you would like to weigh. Continue Reading ➞ “Mindful Eating”
Valentine’s Day is coming and you have planned to go out to dinner with your signifcant other and/or friends. The restaurant is offering a prix fixe meal for the occasion. Continue Reading ➞ “Prix Fixe”
If you have been steadily losing weight and one day the scale stops moving, you’re eating more than you’re able to burn. Leaving over just one bite of food at each meal, adds up to be over a thousand bites of food by year’s end. Continue Reading ➞ “One Bite”
If you’ve made a New Year’s resolution to tackle your compulsion to eat when you’re not hungry, a goal without a plan is just a daydream. Baseball player Yogi Berra said “a goal without a plan is just a daydream.” Let me help you write a plan. Continue Reading ➞ “New Year’s Resolution”
We are now deep into the holiday season and have been celebrating by eating and drinking with family and friends.
Remember food nourishes your body to give you energy to do things you need, and want to do. Continue Reading ➞ “Happy Holidays!”
I went to a doctor and told the nurse I weighed myself that morning, as I do every morning. I was wearing jeans, two sweaters, underwear, and leather boots – and, I’d eaten breakfast. Continue Reading ➞ “The Scale”
I am 5’1″ tall. You may be taller. Yet if we both ordered the same chicken and broccoli in a Chinese Restaurant, the waitperson would not go into the kitchen and say: “One person is 5’1″ and the other is 5’9”. Continue Reading ➞ “Appropriate Portions”
Unrealistic expectations make you believe you’ll never succeed, every effort is for naught, and you are forever destined to fail.
If you give too much credence to your real or imagined failures and not enough to your attempts, your interim successes, and your accomplishments, you will become the failure you think you are. Continue Reading ➞ “Unrealistic Expecations”
Do you eat too much?
Do you eat too fast?
Do you eat too late?
Maybe all three?
If this is the case, you may also be overweight. Continue Reading ➞ “Too Much, Too Fast, Too Late”