Are you a Paleo devotee and break down at the mere sight of that Auntie Anne’s Pretzel or Cinnabon?Are you a vegetarian who gets bored with the...
Do you succumb to the chips, cookies and late-night binges?
Do you make excuses every time you do it?
Combine science and behavior change to set you up for success for eating healthy.
Do you push back from the table and think “Why did I eat that? Do you vow to be in control at the next party? Don’t eat the Meh.
I just polished off a handful of peanuts.
Yesterday I finished an entire bag of chips in front of the computer.
Why am I eating this way?
Do I need to look at my H.A.B.I.T?
Business travel isn’t part of your job. It’s a lifestyle.™
By the time I got off the plane at almost 1:00pm EST, I felt like someone had taken a hammer to my head while there was a wild animal eating its way out of my stomach, and, of course, I was supposed to drive directly to work at a site visit with my manager. In that moment, I knew that if I was going to survive in this business, I had to get it together. My travel, my nutrition, my exercise, my sleep, and my work had to be very focused.. There could be no more Marcey-induced spontaneity if I was going to have any hope to not end up a fat, frazzled business traveler that looked ten years older than I was, and burned out after two years on the road.
I’m not sure what kind of workout to do.
I don’t know how many reps, sets or the speed.
I think individual responses to every email is thoughtful.
Why use your brainspace? Can it.
You don’t have time to eat.
You don’t have time to prep.
Get rid of the excuses not to eat healthy.
Get your mouth out of the garbage can and Pomodoro that task!
How many times have you said,
“I’m on vacation. I’m going to eat what I want.”
“I’ve had a rough day. I’ll eat what I want.”
“I’ve been really good all week. I’ll eat what I want.”
“My business is paying for this. I’ll eat what I want.”
You enter your kitchen after a long day and go straight to the refrigerator for the most convenient, fastest, processed thing you can get to put in your piehole. There is no way you have the energy to even THINK about what to eat.
You stand at the ice cream/cupcake/bakery for several minutes before deciding on the flavor because the choice overload is too much. Then you get the same kind you always do in defeat.
You’re asked to sign a contract that you are a little nervous about at 4:30pm on a Friday. You default to the status quo and just decide to decline the contract.