This is going to be a delicious and PRODUCTIVE week. And it’s all thanks to the tricks and tips that we loaded up into this FIVE SECRETS. Most of us want to enjoy each day and make the most out of each week, but we don’t because we “don’t have time” or we “don’t organize ourselves” to do it.
If you take the time on Sunday to make focus on what really matter FIRST, that problem will be solved. And you’ll be fueling up to live up your week just as expected, without anxiety or stress.
These are 5 things you need to keep in mind when you organize your week because they will help you focus on the price.
1. LOVE YOUR CRAVINGS.
I’m not a fan of depriving myself. So I reserve my right to have little bites 2 or 3 days a week. JUST BITES, not WHOLE CAKES OR COMPLETE CHOCOLATES. If you can’t have bites because you need more, then have just ONE DAY. In ONE DAY I usually stuff myself so much that I want to eat right the rest of the week. (I usually don’t recommend this because the days end adding up)
One day I went to eat churros, cinnabon and ice cream in one afternoon, after that I didn’t eat sweets in months because I was just TIRED OF IT. Just make sure you won’t repeat this everyday.
2. KEEP HEALTHY FOOD AROUND.
Like the cookie example, there are many. Feel free to explore and find delicious healthy options!
You could turn your supermarket issues easy if you are one of those who never have ingredients to cook.
I grocery-shop online using services like Merkdoo. The biggest reason I do it is so I have plenty of healthy foods around when I need them without time excuses (I kind do it anytime, from my cellphone without leaving home), and also so that I can avoid unhealthy impulse buys like candy or desserts at the grocery store because you’re focused on what you need to buy and nothing you don’t need runs in sight.
3. FIND NEW FLAVOURS, GET CREATIVE.
If you feel tired about having grilled chicken and fish with classic salads, GET GREATIVE. I love to go to new places and taste different flavours to try to make them at home.
To remember what you liked the most and break the routine, you could buy ingredients you’ve never cooked before and find ways to make them.
4. GET RID OF TEMPTATION.
The moments when I end up eating junk are usually at home or in places where I don’t have any option. If your house is full of cakes or sweets, get rid of them! If you can’t because they are from other members of the family, buy treats or temptation that is acceptable for you and move out of your sight those that won’t work for you.
The best way to avoid temptation is to:
5. MEDITATE, SLEEP, DE-STRESS.
Often without realizing it, we fall into a habit of eating when they feel worried, anxious, nervous, or stressed.
On a purely rational level, this may not make sense – what does eating have to do with reducing anxiety? But humans are complex, and there are a number of ways that eating may serve an anxiety-reducing function. First, let’s highlight a few things we know about the overlap between anxiety and overeating.
Find hobbies, exercise routines or things you love to do apart from eating.
Afterall, it is just an emotional trigger we need to break before it’s too late. Meditate or make space to stretch at least 15 or 10 minutes a day.
I hope this 5 tricks help you organize your week and, focus on what will really matters and make you feel a difference!