You can attend a social event, not freak out, or conjure up a BS excuse to decline. You can enjoy yourself and still make progress towards your goals. It may take time and practice to get there and here are some strategies may help you.
Having a variety of places to shop is cool but most of us are would rather have fun with friends and family on the weekend instead of spending hours at the grocery store. So before you head out to shop you’ll want to do a few things in order to make grocery shopping and subsequent meal prep less of a time-suck.
What if instead of fixating on losing fat and weight you focused on some other things?
In this article, I’m going to share some of the best foods and some strategies to maximize the amount of food you can put on your plate while keeping calories low. If you’re like me, love eating big-ass plates of food and feeling full and satisfied even if you’re eating substantially fewer calories, keep reading.
In this final installment of the #basicAFnutrition eating habits series, I’m going to share a simple mindfulness activity that can help you rekindle your innate ability to self-regulate and control food intake. If this sounds a little hokey, I promise you, this definitely can work--especially when you combine this with all the other habits I’ve discussed in this series
Hitting a wall with your fat and weight loss can be frustrating and annoying. If you want to keep losing fat, you’ll likely need to make some changes to your food intake, your lifestyle and/or your activity in order to break through a plateau. If you’re not sure where to start, here are some things I recommend you consider doing before you completely throw in the towel.
While we all know that we should be meal prepping each week, for some of us, it’s time-consuming to the point of being intimidating. In this guide, I’m going to share some strategies, tricks, and hacks that make meal prepping less stressful and take less time so you can have healthy meals to eat throughout the week.