Mindless eating. That moment when you eat something, and then you wonder why you ate it? Maybe you eat it before you even realize you’re doing it or eat more than you planned.
“I should have never eaten that!”
“I was bad today.”
“Why can’t I ever pass that up?”
“Why did I just eat that?”
“I feel gross.”
“I have no willpower.”
Chances are you’ve spoken one or more of those phrases before. I know I have.
eating habits, mindset, nutrition
We spent our spring break in Washington, D.C. It was mine and Ethan’s first time there. Kent had made a brief trip there a few years ago to see our Congressman Luke Messer be sworn into office for his first term.
I’m not a travel blogger, so this post isn’t going to give you the dos and don’ts or what to see and where to go in Washington, D.C. I just want to share what we did and a few things I learned about faith and fitness during our visit.
healthy living, lifestyle, nutrition
But isn’t it so much easier to just do the plan that worked for your friend or your co-worker or that girl on social media?
Keep your eyes on your own paper.
I’ve written about this before. To be sure, it is a foundation to my beliefs and my coaching, and I feel like it is time to revisit it. So how do we deal with disappointment and frustration when it doesn’t seem like our plan is working?
Jump on the latest bandwagon that’s going by? Follow the plan that your friend started back in January?
faith, fitness, mindset, scripture