Write down your worst eating habit. Then, write the advice you would give someone who came to you with the same habit. Continue reading 30 Days of Mindful Eating: Bad Habits
Think about your relationship with food when you were twelve years old. Write down what that looked like, then compare how it is different now. How does this make you feel? Continue reading 30 Days of Mindful Eating: Then and Now
Is there a certain time of day where your urges and cravings are harder to fight off? Think about this and look for patterns. Write about when your cravings seem unmanageable, then write about why you think this might be happening based on your current eating patterns. Continue reading 30 Days of Mindful Eating: Patterns
Do you believe that there are “bad” foods that prevent you from reaching your goals? Why or why not? Continue reading 30 Days of Mindful Eating: “Bad” Food
Are your current eating habits and nutritional patterns pushing you closer or further from your goals? Write about what direction your current eating habits are steering you in and how that makes you feel. Continue reading 30 Days of Mindful Eating: Reaching Towards My Goals
What three words would you like to be able to use to describe your relationship with food? Write each one down with why it is important to you to achieve that word when it comes to how you feel about food. Continue reading 30 Days of Mindful Eating: Ideal Three Words
What three words would you choose to describe your current relationship with food? Write each one down with an explanation as to why you chose each word. Continue reading 30 Days of Mindful Eating: Three Words
Take an account of what your typical meal time looks like on a daily basis. Do you eat standing up? Do you eat on the go? Do you eat distracted? What do you think these habits are doing for your goals and feelings towards food? Continue reading 30 Days of Mindful Eating: Typical Habits
Write down what you think mindful eating is. Write down what you think mindless eating is. Identify these behaviors in your own eating. What are you doing that is mindful? What are you doing that is mindless? Continue reading 30 Days of Mindful Eating: Mindful vs. Mindless
Do you find yourself looking at food as calories for weight gain & weight loss more than you do as nourishment for performance, wellness, & survival? Write about how you feel towards calories & then how you feel toward food. Compare the difference.
Black Iron Nutrition is offering a 30 Day Mindful Eating Challenge that includes journal prompts and tasks to help bring more mindfulness to our relationships with food. And I’m in! This post is in response to today’s prompt to keep myself accountable and get the most out of my participation. If you’re interested in joining the free challenge, sign up at Black Iron Nutrition’s website here. Continue reading 30 Days of Mindful Eating: What Does Food Do for You?
A few posts ago, I talked about why Crossfitters (and other athletes) should do yoga. This isn’t a one-way street though! The philosophy of Crossfit encourages “constantly varied functional movements performed at high intensity” after all. Continue reading Why Yoga Practitioners Should Do Crossfit (and Other Cross-Training)