In this week’s challenge, I want to help you put things into perspective when it comes to clean eating and weight loss. However, differentiating the two is important because real failure means that you did something wrong. Many things that seem to be a failure are in reality only results of expectations that are too high. With the 52 week clean eating habit program, you are introduced to a new challenge each week. That’s why I made it clear right from the beginning that implementing all of the proposed habit changes should not be your goal.
Each pound lost is a success, each improvement in your eating habits is worth being proud of, even if there will always be slimmer or fitter people than you.
However, if you interpreting the steps in the right direction as a success, it will be easier for you to stick to the clean eating habits challenges. If, however, you look at yourself as a loser while trying to reach your weight loss goal, then you are standing in your own way. That’s why I just aim for an 80% clean eating in my concept while 20% is reserved for optional diversion. As each chain will grow longer every week, psychologically it will make it harder for you to break the chain. What should you do if you couldn’t build any chains at all or you seldom see any chains without interruptions? I’m definitely not perfect, and still struggle with binging way more often than I want to, but I am the smallest and fittest that I have ever been.
For over half a year, I’ve shown you ways to get your clean eating habits on autopilot. In the case of failure, you’ll have to change your weight loss concept and do something different than you have been doing.
You know that small changes have the potential to add up to some serious improvements in your weight loss and quality of life. If a challenge goes against your core beliefs, just skip that habit and continue focusing on the other changes you have already made. From a nutrition standpoint, you might do everything perfect and yet you are still unable to drop any more weight.
After some time – and nobody knows how long it takes – the weight loss process will continue again. The opportunities for clean eating and weight loss will gain momentum while your number of setbacks will decrease. How many unbroken chains do you have until today? Please let me know in the comment section below!
MY PHOTOS ARE COPYRIGHTED AND THEY ARE NOT TO BE CHANGED OR ALTERED IN ANY WAY SHAPE OR FORM WITHOUT MY CONSENT. Only if you accept something as a failure you are ready for something new that delivers a real opportunity for success.
Maybe you see some interruptions here and there, but overall you should see several habit chains. Just send me an email and let me know what is preventing you from sticking to the clean eating habit challenges.
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