The simple "brain hack" that gets you the motivation to get sh*t done!
Corona Virus got you down? Feeling like you can't do the basic things? You stuck in your sweat pants eating chocolate and watching Westwind, even though you "should" be exercising? or working? or homeschooling the kids? I've got a specific technique that will kick your brain into gear. It's a simple step that will change the way you are feeling about what you "should be doing" and kick your butt into action. You ready? Let's DO THIS!
Lose weight by managing your thougths
Day 2 of the StrongMom Nutrition Protocol Challenge. Feelings are not something that just "happens" to you. We can CHOOSE what to think about a circumstance. That thought will influence our feelings, actions and results. If you don’t like the Results you are getting in life, CHANGE YOUR THOUGHTS! Full lesson notes and homework can be found at www.katirehm.com
How to Solve Food Cravings!
Physiological hunger, cravings, and withdrawals. What does it feel like to be really, truly hungry? In today's lesson, we discuss the difference between true and false hunger and learn how our body begins to recognize false hunger as true hunger. Learn how to identify hunger cues and triggers. Decide, in advance, what you will do (and what you will think) the next time your body sends you false hunger signals. Find the full notes and worksheets at www.katirehm.com
How to Overcome Anxiety
Day 9 of the StrongMom Nutrition Protocol Challenge. Today we strategize ways to allow negative feelings to exist, without using food as a distraction or buffer. Specifically, we focus on a key mindfulness technique, where we watch the emotion as if it is happening outside of us, versus inside of us. The trick is to observe when you normally feel negative emotion, anticipate it, and have a plan when it occurs. By consciously accepting the negative feeling, is dissipates faster and you are able to eliminate the desire to dispel the feeling with food. Full lesson notes, including homework can be found at www.katirehm.com