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Doing, Then Knowing
Feb 02, 2020
Thanks for such a timely post. This is where I’ve been struggling. My weight wasn’t stabilizing and I started tracking food hard core. And still was gaining. So decided it is miserable to be doing this much work and worrying to not even stabilize a bit. I can eat the food. I can trust my body.
In Site Stuff
Jan 31, 2020
Yes! I kept thinking, I can’t be this technologically inept. I’m only 37!
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Regular Structure vs Intuitive Freedom
Jan 07, 2020
I am still sorting through things myself. But one of the best things I started doing this past summer and autumn was eating breakfast. I was issues falling asleep or waking up every few hours at night. Generally I sleep like a rock. I noticed I had been skipping or delaying breakfast. It’s what I used to do when I was younger to stay lean. I also work from home and have a three year old child. So I let meal times become irregular and delayed, often not eating until early evening some days. Couple that with only eating 800-1500 calories for two years (as well as a fairly severe bout of postpartum depression and anxiety at the same time) and I was a mess. Breakfast has saved me. None of the people who believe cavemen never ate food in the morning and blood sugar will magically heal from not eating will convince me otherwise. That said. I wouldn’t have believed it had I not tried it myself. As I continue to eat breakfast, especially if I can eat it closer to waking up, I continue to feel better during the day and sleep better at night. I don’t have the stress hormones surging. My blood sugar is level, and my moods and energy are significantly better.
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