It seems like Fabulous gives the people who use it a general parameter but then each person has room to define what that is for him/her self. When it brings up the habit of exercising in the morning it doesn’t tell you you must do 20 push-ups, 10 pull-ups, 25 crunches, etc. for you to consider that quality a success. Or when it comes time to celebrate your achievements it doesn’t say you must clap your hands and applaud yourself for 30 seconds straight. It’s kind of for you to determine. I see it as this: Fabulous gives you the premise and you establish what that means to you. Then you can decide what that is so you can measure whether you “did it” or not by what you said you would commit to. I hope I helped in some way. Best of luck to you and I wish you success as you strive to make aspects of your life better.
9:00 am as I want to do lunch between 12:00 and 1:00.
Would it work for you to fast at night?
Alternatively, if it feels like cheating, you could try taking breakfast of your list and consider replacing it with another action you can take and check off lunch as you eat that first meal instead!
In the case of religious fasting, I would say your first meal is breakfast. You are breaking your fast.
Adjusting your routine and habits for a short duration to accomplish something you value will be the best way forward.
Maybe adjust your afternoon habit as having a healthy meal consisting of fruits, nuts or salad.
Or maybe add a habit of taking a meal before you start your fast. Or set a target to keep yourself hydrated post fasting.
But my goal is to always eat one hour after I wake up, which would be 9am, the lastest I'd say would be around 11am – 12 am.
I hope this helped a little 🦋
Also, try not to be too hard on yourself based on what you think others would perceive of your routine. If that's when you have breakfast, that's totally okay! Your routine and you being comfortable with it is what's important here 🙂
Best of luck and have an excellent day!
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