don’t eat any food that you can get through the car window.
don’t eat any food you can get while filling your car with gas.
if you need to reset, do a one-day cleanse/fast. we are all about that.
take pictures of yourself from the front and side.
take measurements: arms, chest, waist, hips, thighs.
forget the scale for now. just start by keeping a log and taking some pictures. the pictures will tell you more than the scale.
take a few moments every morning to think about your new habits and behaviors. make plans for how you will implement those throughout the day. habits are formed by repeating the same behavior consistently for 2 to 4 week period. so let’s make new good habits that are real.
you’ve heard it before: if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. be intentional. think. where will i eat? what will i eat? with whom will i eat? how will i avoid situations that in the past have caused me to make bad decisions? how will i react to well-meaning friends who encourage me to eat foods i shouldn’t? when and where will i get some exercise? what food to i need to bring with me?
bring water with you, don’t leave home without it.
make sure you have your autoship going so you have a steady supply of the products you need.
use the products faithfully.
rest & relax. get some solid nighttime sleep.
when in doubt, sweat it out.
need a boost? get some sunshine in your life. vitamin D works wonders.
find a balancing practice.
treat yo self. give yourself a mud mask facial. have a SEACRET SPA day with friends. unwind. unplug. engage.
tap into the power of support! text people daily. send emails of encouragement. engage with groups on social media for accountability.