I keep the healthiest food options at eye level in the pantry and fridge.
I eat chocolate.
I schedule my workouts like a meeting; always showing up.
I time block projects to be more efficient with my time, aka stress level.
I shop on Thrive Market to save time (esp researching products) and money.
I have a water intake goal every day to improve my insulin efficiency, blood sugar control, and appetite.
I intermittent fast nearly every day. The summer my fasts are shorter.
We go camping multiple times a year. I certainly prefer glamping, but the grounding and gratitude that comes from nature are undeniable.
I periodically (depending on the season I am in) track my food to make sure I have tabs on my portions. I have the appetite of a teenage boy.
I get outside every day, no matter what.
If you are not cheating, you are not trying. I am kinda kidding, kinda not. But I will buy pre-riced cauliflower, salad kits, a premade meal when time is a priority over cost.
I throw money at the problem. I have this awesome workout app – and I may use it 1x a week. I purchase a year membership to the local yoga studio, I workout 500% more. I am a fan of throwing money at the problem of whatever hurdle I am trying to overcome.
I (try to) eat without distractions to ensure I am eating the amounts my appetite calls for.
I use a low carb diet to control my appetite and diabetes.
I walk/bike EVERY time I need to go somewhere and it’s within walking or biking distance.
I batch and prep meals ahead of time for the week. I also pack my kids lunches the night before to make the mornings go more smoothly.
I moderate my alcohol by only enjoying it on the weekends. I love being productive and wine during the week slows me down. Well, all wine with the exception of Dry Farm Wine.