Do you consider yourself a perfectionist? If your answer is “No, I’m not there yet…I’m not perfect,” you’re likely just like me. You believe that you’re not perfect enough just yet, and that is a sign of perfectionism. Our desire for perfection is the driving force behind our many of our behaviors. Perfection recovery is a process and it starts with the 80/20 rule.
Intuitive eating might seem like a New Age type of diet. But in fact, intuitive eating has been part of our evolution as humans. Let’s face it, 1,000 years ago, there was no vegan or paleo type of eating… we ate what we needed to survive and evolve and what was available around us. Intuitive eating is actually the oldest diet.
Consistency is more important than perfection… Our desire for perfection actually gets in the way of consistency. There are 3 foundational elements that you must understand to achieve consistency in your journey.
We all have a list of habits we would love to break up with and we want to acquire new ones in the process. But we find it so hard! Dr. Amy Johnson has a new perspective on habits that will likely change the way you look at your habits, too. More so it will profoundly change your ability to break up with “bad” habits.
Self-sabotage can take many forms: from procrastination, to holding on to a negative belief about yourself to self-medication with your favorite drug of choice ( food to wine to Netflix… ). Whatever the case, self-sabotage interferes with you reaching your goals. The acts of self-sabotage feel good in the moment, but ultimately, they undermine us. There is a way out…