I’m Marcey Rader, and I’m a former sugarholic. I used to eat a treat every night after dinner, couldn’t board a plane without a Frappuccino in my...
Did you know that your chemically-concocted, boxed frozen delicacy that says it’s healthy is setting you up for sabotage? What the heck is a whole...
There aren’t any healthy options. The company is paying for it. It’s a tough life on the road. I deserve this.
Are you “pound packing”?
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 start your day by checking your email? Do you spend all morning picking the low hanging fruit, only to get to the afternoon and not have the...
Have you read that behavior change takes 21 days?
I’ve seen this as a magical number in many books and publications, but it comes down to the person, the behavior change, how aligned they are with their current habit, and the tools in their arsenal to modify it.
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!
Do you let your car run out of gas before you fuel it?
Do you wait until the drip in your faucet becomes a flood in your kitchen before calling for help?
Do you let your physical mail pile up until there are 100 envelopes sitting on your counter before you open them?
Then why do you treat yourself this way?
You work from home but you have no time to eat.
You work from home and you never shut down.
How can working from home be more distracting and less healthy?
When you let yourself become a Remote Working Robot.
Triathlon, CrossFit, Marathon
Paleo, Vegan, FODMAP
It’s not important what you do.
It’s less important that you label it.
It only matters that you do it.