You know what’s strange? Some of the most effective things you can do to make lasting changes with overeating and emotional eating – the things everybody skips – are enjoyable and feel incredible when we do them. And yet a lot of the time, we resist putting these feel-good strategies into place.
It’s one thing to set a goal – and maybe you’ve done that already. Maybe you want to stop stress eating or be more mindful and intentional around your food choices, or maybe it’s something else. Whatever your goal, there’s always that gap between where you start and where you want to end up – that finish line that you want to cross. Today I want to share with you one thing that makes it so much easier to stay in action and to be successful.
Here’s some of what I’m covering (in under six minutes!):
- What rewards have to do with emotional eating and overeating
- Why it’s so hard to change overeating habits – especially in the beginning
- Why it doesn’t work to make achieving your goal or losing the weight the “the reward in itself”
- How to make showing up for yourself (and your goals) easier
Check it out and then let me know if this is something you embrace, or something you’ve always resisted.