What do I know about emotional eating? I am one!
I've been one for years, but I didn't know that until 18 months ago.
Quite shocking if I think about all those years I was trying to "diagnose" myself.
Before that realisation, I just thought my problem was that I wasn't disciplined to stick to a diet for long enough.
I used to beat myself up every time I had a cheat meal because I couldn't control myself around food. That never worked.
I used to hate myself and my
I want to ask you a couple of questions.
How many hours a day do you spend thinking about food?
How many hours a day do you spend thinking about losing weight?
Seriously. Let's be honest with ourselves.
We have this obsession with food. Everything in life is around food, specially when we want to lose weight.
What to eat, what not to eat.
Calories in vs calories out.
What's the best diet? Keto, paleo, low carb, low fat, high fat, vegan, vegetarian, you name it...
It's celebration day! This is the 52th blog post, which means, it's 1 year anniversary! YAY :) On my previous post I talked about the question that might be keeping you stuck in your weight loss journey: "Why can't I lose weight?" Today I want to bring up a thought you might be thinking that is also keeping you stuck: "It's impossible to __________." you fill the blank. That can be something like: - It's impossible to lose weight - It's impossible to stop eating sugar and flo
Last week I was reflecting about my past, specially when I was struggling with my weight. In January I discovered a pattern with my weight through pictures that I've found of myself, and that was so fascinating to see. Winter I was fat. Spring I was dieting and working out. Summer I was slim. Autumn I was emotional overeating. Every year for years. Then I thought, if that was a pattern, I must have had a thought pattern too. What is that? My brain answered... the thought was:
Last week during a free consult, the lady told me: "I'm aware I need to lose weight, but I'm not motivated." I got confused. She reached out to me. She booked the call. She picked up the phone and spent an hour talking to me. Yet, she thinks she is not motivated to lose weight. So interested right? I want you to imagine all the films you've watched, all the books you've read. Why did you watch and read all of them? Because we (humans) love stories. And that's how we connect a