By Laura Lewis, Life Balance Expert, Nutritionist, Author & Voice of the AudioBook “52 Ways to a Healthy You”
When I was in college, I did this crazy thing. I was a junior at a large University, studying food and nutrition and pursuing everything related to being fit and healthy. A friend of mine told me about this pre-med student guy who had done some work with hypnosis. He was looking for some guinea pigs, and she asked if I wanted to meet him. Always game for trying something new, I met him and after some discussion decided that we would do a hypnosis session so I could lose the 10 pounds I’d gained while in school.
This week we’re talking about “Nutritionally Fit Motivation”, the third installment of our Motivation to the Max series! Are you one that needs motivation to continue eating healthy foods? Do you give in, almost against your will, to cravings for foods and you don’t know why?
By Laura Lewis, Healthy Living Expert, Happiness Guru, Author, 52 Ways to a Healthy You
I consider myself a pretty together person when it comes to working out and eating healthy food. Yet for some reason my moods are not the best. I find I get angry easily and react when others tick me off. For example, when I am driving I get really impatient and end up being really stressed and agitated when I get to work. I feel better after I work out, but I don’t hit the gym until after work. Any ideas?
David S., Rochester, N.Y.