Hello all! I was actually gone last Friday when my scheduled post went live. So, while you were reading about eating more slowly and using smaller plates, I was on a cruise eating 4-5 meals a day and stuffing myself on multiple appetizers and desserts (okay, not really, but it may be partly true!).
Anyway, since being back from the cruise, my husband and I have started putting to practice some of these habits. We have walked about 2 miles everyday (and I’ve exercised with the 30 Day Shred) and have started the
How did you all do on Week 1 of the 50 Habits? I hope you were challenged to walk more. Let me know in the comments how this has challenged you!
As part of the on-going series on health habits, here are two more habits from my Dad:
Health Habit 3 –Eat more slowly, increasing enjoyment and eat less
From Eating Well magazine, “When eating, it takes 20 minutes for your body to register fullness. And according to a University of Rhode Island study, you can save 70 calories by eating slowly over about half [...]
I often choose series based on what I want to work on, thus the 50 Habits of Thin People! The goal of this series is to be more informed on what habits the healthy person may have. I have entitled this the “50 Habits of Thin People”, but it could easily be replaced with the “50 Habits of Healthy People”.
I want to, through this series, learn to live healthier. I want improved health, more energy, improved sleep, a better outlook on life, more physical capability, and the promise of a longer life of quality.
It’s a new year! I have always loved the New Year’s and the chance to make New Year’s resolutions. My husband will be the first to tell you that I can easily get excited about goal setting and I love to plan, but don’t always follow through with my high expectations.
However, this blog has helped me be accountable and have an excuse to get the things done that I plan when I might otherwise talk myself out of it.
Later this week I plan on posting about my priorities and goals for this month, but today I [...]