Told yourself you are going to “start over” tomorrow after feeling like you’ve blown it for the day?
These thoughts are part of feeling like you are off-track. What if every time you felt you had made a misstep you’d immediately recovered and gotten back to your previous eating habits?
Wouldn’t that feel good?
I'm going to teach you how to learn from missteps instead of blowing it. She details how it’s more important what you do after.
[1:35] Basically every single person who has ever tried to lose weight has felt like they've blown it at some point.
[3:45] Having the mentality of "blowing it" and getting back on track the next day does not make sense, especially since you likely don't do it in other aspects of your life.
[5:56] Being your own worst critic can be really detrimental to your progress and mindset!
[7:09] Overcompensating for things you think are mistakes, is punishing yourself and you definitely don't need to be doing this.
[7:44] Getting stuck off track - its harder to get back on track than it is to stay on track.
[8:36] All or nothing. You are on track. You are off track. What's the middle ground?
[9:59] TIP OF THE EPISODE. Your escape plan.
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