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    Feel Like A Fraud? Fret Not With This Solution.

    emotional eating

    Rather than start a new year with a resolution, I decided to make 2019 all about Re-Evaluation. In doing so, I decided to make two lists that I would re-evaluate every month: 1) Established Healthy Habits and 2) Behaviors I Want to Improve. Each month, I look at List #2 and prioritize a behavior I want to work on consistently to transition it up to List #1. I then ask myself these specific questions: What behavior isn’t working? How do…

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    How to Disempower Your Emotional Eating Behaviors

    The Keto diet is a popular eating lifestyle that I am currently experimenting with. I partnered with a friend to stay accountable for my transition into a lower (processed) carbohydrate lifestyle. We officially “launched” our efforts together two weeks ago. Things were going relatively smoothly with the expected small bumps along the way. However, yesterday’s small bump turned into a major pot hole that left me feeling like an emotional, powerless, deflated flat tire. Here’s what ended up happening the…

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    Why Are You Working Yourself To The Bone?

    beast mode, exhaustion

    The past 3 weeks have been intense for me. My fiancé was out of the country for work so I had more than enough personal time to choose how I wanted to fill it. How did I fill it exactly? Give me one sec. Let me just go grab my stack of To-Do lists from my Pull It Together Planner …Oy. If these past 3 weeks have taught me anything about how I’m approaching a life well-balanced, I have learned 1)…

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    How to Reprioritize Your Life and Prevent Indecisiveness

    indecisiveness

    Author: Matt Hutchison   THE PLAN The original plan for this essay was to write about a three-week sprint to some goals I had set. My logic behind the idea was in providing a sound strategy for goal setting and monitoring the progress of those goals. Three weeks felt perfect. It’s short enough to create some urgency and long enough to make some real progress towards whatever intention is deemed important. This was the plan but, as often happens with…

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