Do you find yourself dealing with self-sabotaging behaviors when it comes to your eating habits? That’s not unusual – I do too. I have some tips for you in a video that can really help you to break them.
The behavior I hear most commonly is that when people go the same way to work, they find their car pulling into the convenience store – almost automatically! Then they find themselves at the checkout counter with candy bars, donuts, bags of chips – you can fill in the blank for yourself.
A way to start nipping this behavior in the bud is to look at your motivation: what is it that you want to accomplish and what repetitive behavior(s) are undermining you?
Habits are formed quickly and they are often hard to break. My suggestion is to find a positive replacement habit and begin to implement that new behavior consciously. There are suggestions in the video, so watch it.
The big idea: make incremental changes that will lead to better health. You will be creating new, healthy habits that will lead you to your goal of better health.
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