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Journal Prompts For Less Emotional Eating

If you struggle with emotional eating then journaling might be your missing link.

Like starting anything new, this can feel overwhelming at first. If you don’t know where to start, use these prompts. Here’s why:

How am I?…acknowledges your feelings.

I am grateful for…reminds you that even on your worst day there are things working in your favor.

I am…positive affirmations give a confidence boost you need.

My word of the day is…directs your energy and attention to the person you strive to be.

Take charge of your emotions so that food doesn’t take over you.

With Lots Of Healthy Love,
Toni

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Your Nutrition Checklist

During times of uncertainty, we look for things to control and our diet is often one of them.

As a dietitian you’d think I love this, but this can manifest in unhealthy ways if you let it. And a majority of people who are looking to change their diet, let it (Before becoming a dietitian, I definitely did). Instead of jumping into another restrictive diet that bans multiple food groups, try this – let go of extremes and practice balance, daily.

To help you learn how to do this, click the link below as I have created an infographic to use as your guide.

Daily_nutrition_checklist

Note servings per day vary slightly based off individual needs, but this is a great start to feeling a healthy sense of control each day.

It includes all food groups, because they all matter. This will teach you how to increase variety, which will decrease hunger and cravings, making it easier to stick to, and accumulate to more “feel good” days.

With Lots Of Healthy Love,
Toni

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The #1 Step To Take Before Attempting Any Goal

In 1956 Roger Bannister ran a 4 minute mile. Back then this was deemed impossible, dangerous even. There were theories, based off physics that hypothesized a human heart would explode before crossing the finish line.

But despite what was perceived, Roger believed he could. And it was his belief that motivated his DECISION to try.

Notice how I said DECISION not CHOICE. You see, a choice can be wavered, but a decision is final. And this finite decision is what silenced ALL doubt and led to him to find ways to make it happen.

So no, belief isn’t what technically got him across the finish line- it was the training schedule, meals consumed, and habits formed to support this feat.

However, the effort put forward consistently wouldn’t have been attempted if he didn’t believe 1st.

Oh and that’s not even the best part. Shortly after he set the record, HUNDREDS of athletes have followed in his footsteps with <4 minute miles!

The impossible was deemed possible all because ONE PERSON BELIEVED HE COULD.

So regardless of the doubt that surrounds you, whether it be from family, friends, or in your own head, know that WHEN YOU BELIEVE YOU CAN, YOU WILL.

With Lots Of Healthy Love,
Toni

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