2- exercise 2-3 days a week
3- stop eating or eating very little after 18-19:00
4- check weight everyday in the morning (so I can adjust how much I eat in the day accordingly)
That should be enough 😀
Get regular schedule to eat, to avoid snacks and one time over eating. Choose healthy if possible. Get others in your house to help you
4) Stress Management
Start by focusing on the area that is suffering the most and then work on the next area until you have all four areas under control.
Mahsa from the Netherlands
1. You must evaluate who do you hang around with; sometimes the people around —inadvertently— sabotage you. “Come on! Just a pice of cake! It’s my Birthday!” “I baked this specially for you!”
2. Try to change your environment so it will help you be more active during meal times…
3. Drink a glass of water before every meal, no matter how small.
4. Don’t stay up late. 😊 It is surprising how much one eats just because one is awake too late…
5 Change the size of your plates to a smaller size (the idea is for smaller portions to look bigger) 😊
If you have any suggestions for me, I’d be glad to read about them
- What workout do you do if you’re running short on time?
- I find the gym so so boring. I only would go with a buddy and now that’s no longer an option as I moved away. How do you make the gym interesting?
- What areas do you target for sets on each day?
- What is your pre-exercise routine?
- What’s the worst part of working out? Now what’s your favorite part?
- I need to do hip stretches
- What do you do to avoid getting bored with your exercise routine?
- What is the benefit of meditating every day for a short time? I don’t feel any change.
- Is it okay to eat breakfast after exercise?
- How do celebrate after you complete your morning routine? It just doesn’t feel natural to me.