The visual reminder of my tracker, which I see multiple times a day, is not only a reminder and motivation/encouragement, but as the year progresses, it becomes a sense of accomplishment.
My rising resting heart rate is like an alarm that alerts me to the poor environment I'm providing for my heart.
It takes practice, but when you turn your negative self-talk into powerful, uplifting thoughts, you can turn those low feelings around.
Changing how I eat is a process. It will take time, and I will never be perfect.
If I have difficulty staying on track, I might do a juice fast or even a water fast (I've done both before) to help me reset my taste buds.
Your LifeLens is the lens through which you think about your life and approach life. It is one of the most important and most underrated parts of who you are.
Each day that I'm successful with a habit, I fill in a square on my tracker, which I keep posted in the kitchen where I can see it every day. My tracker shows 6 months at a time.
Flour is a higher-calorie density food. Usually I don't eat highly refined flour products, and my bread is usually high-quality, whole grain bread from a local bakery.
I use the term, move our bodies, because I don’t want to frighten some people with the words, exercise or workout!
There were a couple of times I came close to eating something I knew wasn't healthy for me (popcorn cooked in oil with salt added), but I knew that wasn't what I really wanted for my body.