The next time you’re tempted to reach for that chocolate ice cream (or whatever you're craving), stop & “hit pause.” Consider your decision for about 10 minutes. The majority of us don’t hesitate long enough when it comes cravings.
“Hit pause,” and take a little time to decide if it’s really worth the splurge. If you ultimately decide it’s worth it, pay close attention to the texture, aroma, and flavor of that special treat. Savor & enjoy every morsel. It will help you feel satisfied with a smaller portion.
Mini-Challenge for you: "Get healthier with the See-Food Diet"
Place ready-to-eat freggies on the center shelf of your fridge (or on your countertop)—where they are at eye level & easy to grab when hunger strikes. You’re 3X more likely to eat the first food you see.
You may consume less fast food & fewer sugary drinks when eating meals at the same time most days. Staying on a schedule prompts you to plan ahead, keeping you from getting too hungry & grabbing whatever’s available all day long. 70 days ago
Karene, Just checking in. Today is mine and my husband's 30th wedding anniversary. Aren't we old. LOL Anyway, just seeing what you have been up to. I think we are finally going to get some decent weekend weather. After seeing snow two days last week, I'm ready. I've been losing a little weight. I have only been weighing myself once a month and have been losing about 1 to 2 lbs. It's not much, but every little bit helps. My job is getting more horrible. I so wish I could just quit, but we need the money and the health insurance. Talk to you later 73 days ago