But, let’s face it, most of us probably won’t change our unhealthy tech habits once the sun sets. For my part, my bad habit (or babit™, as I call it)—which, I’ve almost broken—is that I write blog posts or books into the wee hours.
What about you? Do you, too, have any of these popular 21st-century bad electronic habits?
Cravings-Crushing Gift: 3 Super-Simple Secrets to Crush Your Cravings for You, Your Loved Ones & Online Friends
Since just about wherever you go this holiday season, you’ll be tempted by sugary, salty, fatty junk foods, I have a special gift for you, which will help you begin to easily, effortlessly, even playfully Crush Your Cravings for good. It’s time to get my newly revised Crush Your Cravings, Quick-Start Guide, which will give you 3 Super-Simple Secrets to Crush Your Cravings.
This Quick-Start-Guide — which I updated recently to add one more tip and to make it faster and easier for you to download — will help you rise above your frustrating cravings, beginning immediately.
So you can start to Crush Your Cravings this holiday season.
Bear in mind that if you do not Crush Your Cravings for sugar, carbs, fat or salt, you’ll probably pig out, gain weight and feel powerless.
How “Fast-and-Convenient” is both your Enemy and Your Ally.
What percentage of us get cravings and why. (You’ll be shocked by my findings.)
The Handy Cravings-Crushing Trick™. (Use this in movie theaters. It works brilliantly!)
The Turn-On-Your Willpower Tactic™. (Ideal for when you’re tempted on the go.)
How to Surf the Urge, Step Aside & Thank Your Cravings. (Yes, you can thank your cravings for waking you up.)
How to get weekly, Cravings-Crushing help so you can ignore those unhealthy, sugary, fatty, salty sort-of foods.
Why do I know so much about cravings? Well, for four years this month, I’ve delved deeply into this subject. It all began after the death of my mother when I was pounced on by Crazy Cravings, gained 21 pounds and lost my willpower for a few months.
But now that I’m the Master of my Cravings — actually, I only get good cravings now — I’m determined to help you Crush Your Cravings, no matter where you are, who you’re with and what junk foods entice you.
Are Your Junk Food Decisions Your Own? For Crush-Cravings Monday
Let’s face it. During the holiday season, in particular, it can be especially tough to pass up on fatty, salty, sugary temptations, which will pack on pounds, make your clothes too tight, and lead you to believe that you have no will power.
The first step to step into your strength is to realize that advertising influences our eating behaviors and may trigger our cravings for certain junk foods.
Try to remember the last time ads subtly recommended that you eat some junk foods.
Were you reclining on your couch or bed, watching your favorite television show(s) and then up popped ads for rich, enticing, super-savory chocolate treats?
Or while at the movie theater, did you see ads subtly recommending that you drink soda or eat popcorn?
Did you feel out of control later?
Did you feel driven to get some chocolate, popcorn or soda?
Were you make your own choices or did the ads dictate your behavior?
That’s the power of food cues in advertising.
But you can Take Back Your Food Power, even during the holiday season when advertising for unhealthy food substances is in full force.
Later, I’ll share Easy Ways to Take Back Your Power, but for now, you need to know that science shows the power of advertising.
Indeed, recent reviews of the scientific evidence on advertising and eating behavior reveal a definitive link.
Pigged Out on Thanksgiving or Recently? Easy Cravings-Crushing Monday Tip
So did you overeat and go back for seconds or thirds on Thanksgiving or at a recent holiday party? You’re in good company. Millions of you have already caved into your cravings for sugary, salty, fatty junk-food treats.
Today, for Cravings-Crushing Monday, I’m here with one easy way to let yourself off the hook.
Let’s say you pigged out last week at Thanksgiving.
Or you overate in the days that followed.
Now that the holiday season is in full swing, you feel yourself sliding down a slippery slope.
You may feel like a runaway train.
You’re now finding it hard to say “No thank you” to many sugary, fatty, salty temptations.
How do you stop your downward spiral?
Just Shower Yourself with Compassion.
This powerful tactic can rescue you no matter how much you’ve pigged out.
Ah, Thanksgiving…a day of togetherness and celebration, a day set aside for expressing gratitude for our many blessings. Now, though, this holiday — smack in the middle of The Season of Sugar Overload — has become synonymous with pigging out. For many, it’s a foodie free-for-all, which can make you gain weight, play havoc with your moods and plunge you into self-hating remorse. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Discover 3 Simple Shifts to Stop Holiday Overeating.
Grow Bigger Eyes
You probably know the expression, “My eyes were bigger than my stomach?” This holiday is the perfect time for you to look at this old adage in a new way. Instead of using the maxim to explain away the mound of food on your plate, take this as your goal: You want to Grow Bigger Eyes. By this, I mean you want to develop and then actually see a grander, better, bolder vision of yourself. In that split-second moment during which you decide how much to pile on your plate at your family-style Thanksgiving meal or buffet (or, while you’re getting up the courage to say, “No thank you” to your host), envision how you’d like to look and feel next week, next month, next year.