A low stress way to eat less

What would you say if I told you there’s a strategy that can cut overeating in half – or maybe even more? It’s simple: If you want to get off the overeating hamster wheel, you have to ditch the all or nothing thinking. All or nothing thinking is when you tell yourself that you have … Read More

A guide to the best planners for smart, busy women

My review of the best planners for 2017   My name is Melissa McCreery, and I have a bit of a planner addiction. I love researching the best planners, calendars, and tools that help with productivity, focus, and staying on track. Like most smart, busy women, I have a lot of big ideas and some big … Read More

Perfectionism and overeating

Perfectionism and overeating often go hand-in-hand. Especially for smart, busy women. Overwhelm is one if the biggest reasons busy women overeat. When you’re overwhelmed, it’s so easy to reach for food – for comfort, or a quick break, or a treat. One of the traps that creates overwhelm for busy high-achieving women is perfectionism. Especially an unrecognized … Read More

4 ways you can use your thoughts to get better results

Your thinking shapes the choices you make, the places you focus your attention, and what you do with your time, energy, feelings, and needs. Simple changes can dramatically impact your results – and your happiness. Here are 4 ways you can use your thoughts to get better results: 1.    Own them. You are responsible for … Read More

Could this one word help you stop overeating?

If you aren’t using this word all the time, you may be gaining weight People talk about stress eating, emotional eating, and comfort eating. But there is a kind of overeating that a lot of busy women resort to, that you might not be so familiar with. Overeating because you didn’t say no. I’m not … Read More