2 ways to stop a food craving

2 ways to stop a food craving

Wouldn’t it be fabulous to easily and quickly stop a food craving that keeps derailing you from achieving your health goal? I’d love to say it was a simple step. We all have cravings, good ones and bad ones.  I’ll bet you didn’t realise that cravings are nothing more than ..Continue Reading

How long to create a habit?

How long to create a habit?

How long does it take to create a habit that’s so ingrained you no longer need to think about it? How long until it’s easy? I’ve seen the numbers floating around:  21 days, 28 days, 66 days, all the way up to 254 days. The truth is Habits don’t magically ..Continue Reading

Juggling your way to great habits

Juggling your way to great habits

Recently I decided to learn to juggle.  No, I’m not running away with the circus.  I have other reasons. Three main reasons I am learning to juggle: to improve my peripheral vision for better cognitive function because learning something new lays down new neural pathways and, to build my consistency ..Continue Reading

Willpower alone won’t work.  Here’s why

Willpower alone won’t work. Here’s why

Relying on willpower alone won’t work. How many times have you decided to change a habit or do something new?  Like, losing a few kilos, getting fit, saving money for a holiday.  Or even something as simple as keeping your wardrobe consistently tidy. As time goes by (even by the ..Continue Reading

Consistently staying on track with a habit tracker

Consistently staying on track with a habit tracker

By consistently staying on track with a habit tracker, you’re setting yourself up for success. Whether you’re wanting to change an old habit (click here for step one in changing an old habit – map your old habit) or you’ve decided to go all out on a big audacious new ..Continue Reading

discover the 3 hidden steps behind your daily habits

discover the 3 hidden steps behind your daily habits

When I discovered the 3 hidden steps behind my daily habits, I was surprised. I thought a habit was a habit.  A repetitive action that was helpful or regretable. I didn’t know how to change the negative resulting habits, until I learned about habit structure. All habits follow the same ..Continue Reading

How habits become automatic actions

How habits become automatic actions

How do habits become automatic actions?  You know, those automatic actions that you sometimes do without conscious thought. Everyone needs to know this.  Because, if you’re wanting to change a habit or create a brand new one, then this information is key. Without this little snippet of info, you may ..Continue Reading

The number one reason behind self sabotage

The number one reason behind self sabotage

Are you guilty of serial self sabotage? You decide to do something, something fabulous, and then talk yourself out of it.  Or, maybe you’ve tried sticking to a plan and fall off the wagon after a couple of days.  Excuse after excuse and you don’t follow through. Is this your ..Continue Reading

The surprising reason your brain forms habits

The surprising reason your brain forms habits

The main reason your brain forms habits was a surprise to me.  I thought the reason would be a neurological masterstroke of evolution.  Complicated and difficult to understand. It’s surprisingly simple. Your brain forms habits because it’s lazy. Well, not yours specifically.  Everyone’s brain is wired that way. I’ve been ..Continue Reading

A consistent morning routine creates a fantastic day!

A consistent morning routine creates a fantastic day!

How often do you think about your morning routine? Clearly, you’re reading this because you want to know more about morning routines. I’ll bet you also want to know the secret to how your morning routine relates to your daily habits. Are they connected?  I know they are. How can ..Continue Reading