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How do I stay consistent?


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In this episode, we dive deep into strategies for maintaining healthy habits, even when life throws curveballs your way. Here's a sneak peek of what you'll learn:


🧠 Understanding the importance of kindness and compassion towards yourself during challenging times.

🌅 Tips for adapting your routines and habits when faced with unexpected disruptions.

🤝 The power of accountability and how having support can significantly boost your success in your weight loss journey.

🚀 Practical advice on starting small, building habits gradually, and never giving up on your goals.


Don't miss out on this insightful discussion filled with actionable tips to help you stay on track with your health and wellness goals!


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Here's to a week filled with progress, positivity, and empowerment!


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Episode Highlights:

(06:36) Here's a quote from Habit expert James Clear: "In the long run, the quality of our lives depends on the quality of our habits. With the same habits, you'll end up with the same results. With better habits, anything is possible. In many different areas of life, changes seem relatively small and insignificant on a daily basis. The difference between eating a burger and fries for lunch or eating a salad on any given day is pretty insignificant, it's only 2 or 5 or 10 years later that you're like ‘Oh, those daily choices really do add up’".

(12:18) I grew up in Kansas, and I like to compare building new habits to building a new 90-mile-an-hour freeway in the middle of a wheat field. It's going to take some time; first, you have to cut down some wheat, and make a path, then you have to widen the path, and then you have to smooth it out and pave it, then as time goes on you make lanes in your freeway and you add some on and off ramps and more lanes. Years later, you'll have a new freeway going 90 miles an hour in the direction of your desired new habit, but it takes time and consistency to develop it.

(17:48) As you're developing new habits and new routines, if life throws a monkey wrench in your plans, and you go back to eating crap food for a bit, be kind and gentle with yourself. You've got a normal brain that's currently rejecting the idea of developing anything new because right now you're in fight-flight trying to manage whatever the stress is. It's okay. Just don't give up and remember that you want to come back to working on the new habits so that someday they will be just as easy as the old ones were.


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