Ditch these last 2 for weight loss

If you've "cleared your cupboards" of the first 3 discards on our list, you may not be feeling the same measure of relief you first felt upon learning there was no food listed among the five. You may have realized that discarding the emotional junk in your cupboards is what eventually leads to easier identification … Continue reading Ditch these last 2 for weight loss

Wishy-washy is discard #3

"And it's your own fault because you're so wishy-washy!" says an exasperated Sally to her big brother Charlie Brown in A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving after he allows Peppermint Patty to steamroll him into hosting a Thanksgiving dinner that he is incapable of delivering on, at least as far as delivering the kind of dinner she'd … Continue reading Wishy-washy is discard #3

Discarding the FIVE 2)Time frames

Left to my own devices, I'm fast. I walk fast, talk fast, and if I allow myself to become ungrounded, an unconstrained thought stream starts surging through my head so fast that I forget to breathe and may hyper myself into a frenzy. That's with minimal caffeine intake. Add in an overabundance of caffeine and … Continue reading Discarding the FIVE 2)Time frames

Discarding the FIVE 1)self-hatred

Happy New Year! If you read the last post, you're ready to get down to the business of discarding the first five. I love discarding! Discarding is the new collecting. Or should be anyway. But that's a post of its own, so we won't go there today, but suffice it to say that letting go … Continue reading Discarding the FIVE 1)self-hatred

Weight loss on your goal list? Then say goodbye to these 5 things:

2021 is nearly here (was that a collective whoop for joy I just heard?) and with that, many will begin as they begin every new year, with resolutions. I'm not one of them (I do this instead) but I'm not knocking you if you are. I love fresh starts and I absolutely love the idea … Continue reading Weight loss on your goal list? Then say goodbye to these 5 things:

It’s 2019. Forget willpower! Try this:

An insightful comment on our last post got me thinking about intentions, leading me to my following suggestion- rather than an entire list of resolutions for the new year, why not set just one intention for yourself? To honestly set an intention, you must first understand what it is that you're actually after. Whether in … Continue reading It’s 2019. Forget willpower! Try this: