Routine acts like a safety net to a child where so much is constantly changing. It’s so hard being a kid. You know, having someone cook for you, change your diapers, carry you everywhere and provide for all your needs. No wait, that’s not the hard part. What’s hard is that their brains, their bodies, their grade level and their eating habits are constantly changing. It can be pretty tough for a little person. Having a routine means they have something constant, they have reassurance that some things are predictable.
One way to get back on track is to create a mental health checklist. Yes, if you want to feeling better, reference the last time you felt the way you wanted to feel. It will provide clues. We'll make a checklist of those things. Then, next time you find yourself feeling a certain kind of way, you will refer to your checklist.
making health changes isn't as complicated as we make them. It's actually simple math. And math doesn't lie. We're always working from two angles, with two numbers if you will when we're trying to make changes. Your food/energy budget is all about the input and the output.
I have your meal prep solutions for next week. Here's what you need to do:
The goal with simplifying our homes is to make things really easy to put away which, coincidentally, also makes them easy to get out. That’s how we keep the clutter monster from returning.
God made food to look good, to smell good and to taste good. For some reason, when we turn to eating healthy or meal prepping our recipe repertoire can be boring, basic and bland.
I don't care what you've done all year. I don't care what you did last week. I don't care what you did this weekend. TODAY is a brand new chance.
This week in my planning mastermind group, we're talking about marriage meetings. Marriage meetings are something I started getting serious about this year in order to "communicate on purpose" with my spouse. It helps us talk over the good and the bad as well as get on the same page with goals, finances and schedules. … Continue reading Undercommunicating
I want you to think about a person you really adore. Someone you love and admire. Now, I want you to imagine that they came to you and told you all about something they were hoping, planning and working for. Then, they told you a small part you could play in helping them achieve that … Continue reading Devil you vs. Angel you
Instead, figure out what things you can do that ACTUALLY make you happy. That ACTUALLY bring you long-lasting, residual joy. Do those things instead. I've noticed many people feel their day is so out of their own control, the only time they can get some pleasure is their food choices. That's a really crappy way to live, and you all deserve better than that. Find more ways to infuse joy daily and you might find yourself turning to food/booze less.