60 Q+A – How to Not be Vegan Anymore

How Not to Be Vegan Anymore on The Cravings Whisperer with Alexandra Jamieson

The Cravings Whisperer Podcast with Alexandra Jamieson

Hello crave bears! I’ve missed you!

You may be wondering why there wasn’t a show last week. Well, let me tell you. You may know I’ve been dealing with post-concussive syndrome, but then I got the flu, and my period all at the same time! So I thought it’s time to practice what I preach and take it easy and focus on taking care of myself.

Now that I’m back though, I wanted to answer some questions. The Cravings Cleanse is going so well, and I wanted to take some time to focus on questions from those folks and others who have gotten in touch with me.

So today we’re talking about a range of topics, from rewriting your story about your feelings about your body, to transitioning out of veganism back to meat eating, and the importance of self care.

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“We have to change our story, change our perception, and in doing so, we really change our life.”  (Click to Tweet)

Think about the story that you’re living right now about your body. Who wrote it-

Show Notes:

  • How we get caught up in old stories
  • How you can begin to change your story
  • What is body dysmorphia
  • The power of taking nude or boudoir photos
  • Why you have to love yourself now
  • How to transition from vegan to meat eating
  • How to start slow with adding animal products
  • How to use principals of food combining
  • What kind of meat and eggs to buy

“Know that you are eating what’s right for you, and that you are a part of this organic, ever-changing world.”  (Click to Tweet)

  • Why you have to keep checking in with your body
  • Why you should bring gratitude to your meal
  • Why we need animals to make agriculture work
  • Why my self care is my priority
  • The paradox of self care for care of the family
  • How good self care sets a good example for loved ones
  • Why you shouldn’t try to do more to feel better
  • Why I have a strict self care regimen
  • Why you should take a day off for you

“Vitality is sometimes inefficient: it loves to drink up time and resources, it flourishes in flow.”  (Click to Tweet)

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“Feel no guilt. Know that your health, your wellbeing, depends on giving yourself what you truly desire.”  (Click to Tweet)

 

 

 

Building A Better Female Leader: Alex’s Talk from Inbound, Boston 9/15

STEPPING INTO STRONGER FEMALE LEADERSHIP

BY ALEXANDRA JAMIESON

Thanks. I was just telling everyone that I totally scrapped my talk, and this is the only slide that I’m going to be using. Yes! I like that I … I think of myself as the nice, juicy filling in between Brené Brown and Amy Schumer. While I’m going to be energetically speaking to the women in the audience, I am also speaking to and for the men in the audience. I love men. I have my man in the audience. Bob, my fiancé is here.

I want to talk about why women in leadership as an idea is important. What the problems are for more of us getting into leadership. How we can honor the feminine. I’m going to take you through some exercises, so you might want to put your stuff down. It’ll only take a minute for us to get to that point, but you’re going to be standing up, I warn you.

I was a professional vegan for quite a long time. Towards the beginning of my professional vegan-ism, which by the way, was the right choice. My body needed it. It healed me. It was fantastic. Then at the beginning of this adventure into food and healing, I met this guy … I picked him up in a bar, I’ll be honest. We fell in love, and we ended up making a movie together called Super Size Me. Did anybody see Super Size Me? Okay.

I was the vegan chef girlfriend in the background rolling her eyes as my then boyfriend ate nothing but McDonald’s for a month, and got very very sick. That movie allowed us … It was like lightening in a bottle. We went on Oprah. We went to the Oscars. It was fantastic. I became professionally vegan, and wrote 3 vegan cook books, and had this brand as a vegan expert. Work great for me in my mid 20s. Then I got to my mid 30s.

I don’t know if anybody told you this, but your body changes as you get older. I was also going through a divorce from said co-creator of Super Size Me. Had a little boy. A lot of stress. My body started to fall apart again. So this diet that had helped me in my mid 20s was now not working so well. My hormones were a disaster. I was exhausted, I was anemic, and I started craving meat. Yay! (laughs) Yes. We’ll have bacon later.

In marketing, I believe they call what happened next a “Shit Show.” Where I had to thank God for Brené Brown’s book Daring Greatly. t was literally my bible as I was going through this struggle, trying to come to terms with the fact that I was now secretly eating meat, and hocking my 3 vegan cook books. What I began to realize was that what I was hiding was a lot of food shame and body shame, that what I needed as a human being had changed, and that didn’t make me a bad person. I had to learn to listen to my body. This is where this whole next 8 minutes is going.

When we listen to our bodies, whether you’re male or female, or somewhere in between, or outside of, it doesn’t matter. Your body is what makes you you. When I talk about women in leadership, we have to address the weird gorilla elephant in the room. We’re talking about physical and chemical differences. Yes, the female body is what makes female leadership different, and sometimes complicated. We have to learn how to honor that, and listen to it.

I’m going to ask you all to stand up. As I talk with you, I want you all to do what I call the “Wonder Woman Pose.” The reason why we’re doing this … It works for men and for women. You just want your chest a little bit out, and your head a little bit raised. We’re going to do this for about 2 minutes. Why we’re doing this is because this is actually raising your testosterone. For women, that’s especially powerful. There’s a whole Ted Talk on this. I did not invent this, but I use it and I share it, with women especially.

When we’re in a leadership role, or trying to step into leadership, we have trouble with the balance between competence and confidence. We’re very competent. We know what we’re talking about. We’re smart, we’re skilled, we have tools, we have experience, but we don’t feel confident enough to interrupt. To say our opinion. To lead the charge. I recommend doing this “Wonder Woman” “Super Hero” pose, for a couple of minute before every meeting, before every tough conversation.

Skip directly to chapter 8 in my book, Women, Food, and Desire to talk more about this. It also helps with the female libido. Which I also believe is a very powerful aspect of being a female leader. It’s really acknowledging and honoring all aspects of who you are. All right, we’ve just hit 2 minutes. Perfect. Sit down. I wish I could do a spit test and show you all, and test your testosterone levels, and show you how powerful that was. Do that before you have your next meeting, before you have your next big conversation. You’re going to stand up again in a minute, so don’t get your notes out.

What was challenging for me changing my brand in full view of the world, saying, “Hey guys, I’m no longer vegan.” and watching half of my newsletter list unsubscribe, and having thousands of people flame me online. Lots, and lots, and lots, and lots, and lots of negative comments. Death threats, because I was now eating meat to help heal my physical imbalances.

It’s very challenging for us to be authentic when, as women, our number 1 secret shame, as Brené Brown pointed out yesterday, is body and appearance shame. This helps up ameliorate that a little bit. But how do we begin to actually listen to our bodies, and feel that authenticity, as Bruno was so beautifully pointing out. How do we listen? How do we be authentic? How do you hear this inside what’s going on, when we women, one of our strengths is also our Achilles heel?

We’re so good at figuring out what everybody else needs. We are psychic … Well, we think we’re psychic. Sometimes we are, and sometimes we’re just mind reading and going crazy places, but we read the energy of a room so well. We know what other people need before they know it themselves, but all of that gets in the way of us hearing our own truth. I want to take you through another exercise. Go ahead and stand up again.

We’re going a little bit more saucy. I want you to put your hands on your hips. We’re just going to do a little figure 8 with your hips. This is just loosening up this part of your body. I know, you guys are having to turn sideways. I appreciate you playing al- It’s okay. You’re doing great. Looks good. We tend to hold a lot of tension right here. We suck it in, we don’t want anything flapping over the side of anywhere. But there’s so much happening in here, especially in the female body. It’s your digestive system. It’s your emotional brain. Your gut brain has as many neurotransmitters as the brain in your head does.

When we are tight there, when we have this scourge of digestive issues … IBS, gluten intolerance, leaky gut … We have so much stress here, we need to start loosening this part of our body up, and stop hating and holding in our physical self so much. Helping to loosen up that physical shame that Brené Brown was talking about, it really takes getting into your body. All right, go ahead and sit down again. Thank you for playing along.

How can we consistently check in with ourselves, check in with our bodies? Listening to our cravings might actually be one avenue into it. That’s what I go into further into this … Again, Women, Food, and Desire, it’s the book, it’s in the book store, go get it, it’s awesome. There you go. Listening to our bodies is actually done by listening to your cravings. What does your body want?

Brené talks about this again in her new book, Rising Strong. I feel like I’m hocking her book more than I am mine. That’s okay. She talks about learning to sit with your emotions. Sit with your physical self. As a way of being authentic. How do you do that? How do you sit with and listen to … I’ve tried meditation. Believe me, I’m not that good at it. Sitting in silence just makes me crazy, but I can listen to what my body is asking for. That’s why I take people through a lot of physical exercises, and I talk about play and pleasure a lot.

We humans learn when we play. When we take the judgement out of it, it’s about having fun and being engaged, and seeing what happens next. It’s like one big improv class. When you can be physically in your body, and listen to yourself, loosen up your gut a bit, and really hear what your physical self is saying. A gut feeling about someone, nervous knots about something, butterflies in your stomach. That’s all information. That’s all ways that your body is talking to you. Again, the feminine in leadership has been downplayed. Emotion in leadership, listening to yourself, which is your body, has been downplayed and set aside.

I think that it’s time that we start listening more to that, and honoring our cravings, and following our desires. Even if it’s for chocolate. Even if it’s for the mocha frappa-latta-chino at 3:00 every day. Whatever it is that you want, get curious. Ask, “What is my body wanting right now? Am I having an emotion? Am I nervous?” There seems to be no place for that in business, in marketing. But marketing is about story, right? It’s about authenticity. We have to be able to do that for ourselves first, if we’re going to be able to do that for the company, or the product that we represent.

I think as marketers, as sales people, it’s our responsibility to be solid in ourselves, and honor what it is that we need, so that we can honestly come to someone and say, “This is what I believe. This is what I want. Do you want to engage with me about this?” And they believe you when you’ve done that work … When you’ve done that inquiry. You’re way more attractive and interesting to be with and talk with, and develop a relationship with when you have that confidence … When you have that play and sass in your energy. People respond to it. I’m so glad to have had a chance to talk with you all. Thank you so much.

4 new ways to use Pumpkin Spice + never step foot in Starbucks again…

Home Made Pumpkin Spice Recipe

I love pumpkin season!

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While Starbucks rolls out their super-sugary Pumpkin Spice Latte, I’ve gotten inspired to create a whole bunch of new ways to enjoy this warming, cozy spice blend…without the sugar hangover.

I decided to make my own blend of Pumpkin Spice from scratch because I don’t have any room in my spice cabinet for one more bottle:

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I am also enjoying way more anti-inflammatory foods as I continue to recover from my concussion over a month ago.

Cinnamon, allspice, ginger, and cloves are all anti-inflammatory, which makes this recipe great for pain relief, PMS, and any other inflammatory conditions!

(NOTE: just because a Pumpkin Spice Latte also has these great spices in it, does NOT mean it’s an anti-inflammatory food. In fact, the high sugar content makes it one of the most inflammatory beverages you can drink. If you’re trying to cool pain, headaches, or other inflammatory skin or join issues, stay off the sugar.)

Here’s my Homemade Pumpkin Spice Recipe, which I use so often now I just keep it in a little bowl on my counter for handy sprinkling:

⅓ cup ground cinnamon

1 tablespoon ground ginger

1 tablespoon freshly ground nutmeg (tastes so much sweeter, and makes the kitchen smell great when you grate it on a microplane)

1 teaspoon ground cloves

1-½ teaspoons ground allspice

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Now I have my homemade spice blend, and enjoy the flavors all day long, so I can get my spice on without spending $5 at Starbucks…or drinking a candy bar’s worth of sugar.

Sprinkle on Honey Crisp Apple slices. I like my apples cold, and keep them in the refrigerator until I slice them and sprinkle with apple pie spice.

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Whisk into Coconut Milk with Stevia. 1 cup unsweetened coconut milk, 1 teaspoon spice mix, 2 drops liquid stevia. Heat and serve.

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Sprinkle on Oatmeal. You could use simple cinnamon, but why not jazz it up a bit?

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Mix into Teeccino, a great caffeine-free herbal coffee. Since my concussion last month, I’ve been avoiding caffeine to give my brain a break for some much needed healing. The anti-inflammatory spices and caffeine break are just what the doctor ordered.

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Enjoy the beautiful, spicy flavors, and curl up with a great book…and of course, a kitten:

Clementine, AKA "Tiny"

Clementine, AKA “Tiny”

59 Nicole Jardim – How to Fix Your Period

Nicole Jardim on The Cravings Whisperer with Alexandra Jamieson

The Cravings Whisperer Podcast with Alexandra Jamieson

Alright ladies. I know it’s hard being a woman sometimes, and I want to help make it easier. So today we’re talking about periods! Because, let’s be honest, periods are a big part of what make us ladies.

To help us tackle this topic, I’m talking to certified health coach Nicole Jardim, creator of Fix Your Period, a series of programs designed to help women reclaim their hormonal health in a fun way. I know, fun AND hormones! Yay!

Nicole is really addressing the root causes of what’s going on in your body and your mind during your cycle. Listen in to hear us talk about the pill, headaches, PMS, genetically modified foods, plus my new lightning round of questions!

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“You don’t actually need all of this intervention, you actually just need to learn about how your body functions.”  (Click to Tweet)

Show Notes:

  • What started her on the path of periods
  • What birth control pills actually do
  • Why younger and younger girls are being put on the pill
  • Why some women experience hair loss
  • The role that food and sugar play in our hormones
  • The effects of genetically modified foods and pesticides

“We are not meant to feel all of these symptoms during the time of the month when we have our periods.”  (Click to Tweet)

  • The estrogenic nature of soy
  • What a normal period should look like
  • How cravings vary from woman to woman
  • How the pill can change your attraction and sex drive
  • Why it’s important for women to understand their bodies
  • Why we need to get in tune with our body’s wisdom

“You may be struggling with a hormone imbalance but there really is hope and there are answers.”  (Click to Tweet)

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“Women need to know that their bodies are not broken. We’re not inherently broken!”  (Click to Tweet)

 

 

58 The Power of the List

The Power of the List on The Cravings Whisperer with Alexandra Jamieson

The Cravings Whisperer Podcast with Alexandra Jamieson

Alright, crave bears, time for a concussion update: I have post-concussive syndrome. What does it mean? It means even though I’m three weeks past my concussion, I’m still feeling the symptoms. Turns out it’s not uncommon, and it can last for weeks or months and occasionally even years. So I’ve been taking it super easy and eating a very non-inflammatory diet.

As I’m living with this, I’ve created this list on a sticky note of things that I wanted to do every day to help me stay on track and feel better. Things like taking a shower, drinking my glass of water, and going on nature walks.

All of this has me thinking about the value of creating lists. They can be so helpful – they offer a great reminder of things that we want to do, and they provide that satisfying feeling of checking something off. So this week I’m talking about why I think we should all make and use lists more often to help us tackle our goals.

Also, the Cravings Cleanse is starting soon! This will be my last live Cravings Cleanse, so I really hope you’ll join me. We start on October 14th – next week! I’m so excited.

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“What’s missing from diet books and eating programs is a simple checklist system that helps you take care of your emotional and physical needs.”  (Click to Tweet)

The Power of the List on The Cravings Whisperer with Alexandra Jamieson

Show Notes:

  • How lists are helping me through my recovery
  • How lists can be helpful for kids
  • The power of the list and completing a task
  • Why you have to put yourself on the list
  • What’s missing from diet books and eating programs
  • How cravings get us off track
  • The importance of planning and preparing
  • What are characteristics of bad checklists

“When we plan out what we know we need and check them off and ritualize habits, we succeed.”  (Click to Tweet)

  • Why checklists should be precise
  • Why checklists should be to the point
  • Why you have to give yourself reminders
  • The value of finding a community to help you with your list
  • Why you should have a bucket life instead of a bucket list
  • Why it’s important to create a consistent practice
  • The importance of having the right attitude

“I believe you need to have your big, motivating desire in mind.”  (Click to Tweet)

The Power of the List on The Cravings Whisperer with Alexandra Jamieson

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“Nothing can stop the person with the right mental attitude from achieving his or her goal.”  (Click to Tweet)

57 Sara Avant Stover – Embracing Your Feminine Spiritual Awakening

Sara Avent Stover on The Cravings Whisperer with Alexandra Jamieson

The Cravings Whisperer Podcast with Alexandra Jamieson

Alright, crave bears I’ll admit: I am a bonified hippie born to hippie parents. And yet there are some aspects of the new age hippie culture that always felt a little icky to me, like female empowerment, divine feminine, and sister circles.

But over the years, I’ve come to term with these nouveau new age beliefs, and I was lucky enough to start following Sara Avant Stover. She made me feel like I had a community in my spirituality with nature, and gave me a language for those beliefs. She seeks to present this new model of beliefs that reflects the power and the wisdom that’s really unique to our feminine path.

Sara’s first book, The Way of the Happy Woman, came out in 2011, but today I’m excited to talk about her new book, The Book of SHE. This book celebrates all that it means to be a woman, and talks about embracing our full feminine spiritual awakening.

Trust me, Sara is an empowering woman, and I think you’ll like what she has to say.

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“Cycles of feminine empowerment, they move through these rhythms of darkness of light.”  (Click to Tweet)

Show Notes:

  • The events that led her to write her new book
  • What happened when she received a visit from Mary Magdalene
  • Why she sees divine communication as something to relate to and not as an enemy
  • Why it’s important to understand the difference between the feminine and the masculine
  • Why we need to reclaim the diving feminine and masculine
  • What is the archetype of the father’s daughter
  • Why the little girl within us struggles with growing up
  • Why you have to be in dialogue with various parts of yourself

“We all have little girls within us who are longing to be loved and to be approved of and to get it right.”  (Click to Tweet)

  • How the feminine shero’s journey is different from the hero’s journey
  • Why the differences between men and women are valuable
  • How women are impacted differently by events in our lives
  • What happens when the stereotypical masculine pathway doesn’t bring us what we want
  • Why we have to be able to look inwards
  • What feminine empowerment means to her
  • Why you have to leave your normal life

“Feminine power is love. Love is the strongest force in the universe.”  (Click to Tweet)

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“At some point or other every woman is called on her heroine’s journey.”  (Click to Tweet)

 

56 Breaking Up Is Hard On Your Body – Conscious Uncoupling with Katherine Woodward Thomas

Katherine Woodward Thomas on The Cravings Whisperer with Alexandra Jamieson

The Cravings Whisperer Podcast with Alexandra Jamieson

Breaking up is hard to do, isn’t it crave bears? Our relationships with other people matter. The people in your life influence how you speak, how you eat, how you act, and how you treat yourself! And ending a relationship can be really hard. I know my divorce was really hard on my psyche.

Today I’m talking with Katherine Woodward Thomas, author of one of my favorite books, Calling in “The One”. Her new book, Conscious Uncoupling, is all about how to live happily even after. I wish I had had this book during my divorce – it would have made my own untangling so much easier!

Our relationship status and the joy or sadness in our relationship can have a huge impact on our health and well being, our stress levels, and our emotional eating. This episode is perfect to listen to if you are going through a breakup or have ever been through a breakup (which is most of us!).

I also want you to know about the upcoming Cravings Cleanse! This will be the last time I am coaching this program live (but don’t worry, it will still be available). Join me as we heal your body with food while healing your relationship with food in this 8-week program!

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“I am pro-marriage, not pro-misery.” – Katherine Woodward Thomas  (Click to Tweet)

Show Notes:

  • How conscious uncoupling came into her life
  • Why you should rethink the goals of your relationship
  • What is the “happily ever after” myth
  • Why we have to uplevel our goals of love
  • What is affect labeling
  • How humans soothe each other
  • How identifying your emotions can help deal with them
  • What rage is really saying
  • How to start taking a stand

“The feelings that come up during a break up are so big, they can really overwhelm us.” – Katherine Woodward Thomas (Click to Tweet)

  • Why you have to let go of being a victim
  • What is a source fracture story
  • Why we have a learning curve in love
  • What is a love alchemist
  • The importance of self forgiveness
  • What is forgiveness
  • How your friends can support you
  • Why you have to adjust your expectations

“Hatred is not the opposite of love, it’s just the negative flip side of the same coin.” – Katherine Woodward Thomas (Click to Tweet)

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“I have the power to generate cohesion and greater levels of care and decency.” – Katherine Woodward Thomas (Click to Tweet)

 

We think about food all the time, but don’t really take the time to eat

Taking the time to really eat: Cravings Cleanse + Mindset Makeover

Last week I was talking with a client I’ll call Jen.

Jen wants to get rid of her bloating, which bothers her daily, and has a bigger life’s craving to feel confident and comfortable in her body.

I asked her to describe how she eats, and when she eats.
Here’s what her meal plan looks like, which is just like so many women I work with:

Wake up as late as possible, then eat in 5 minutes or on the way to work.
Eat lunch at her desk, then snack throughout the afternoon.
Get home starving, then quickly eat in order to get on with other things…

“So,” I asked, “would I be right in saying that you only spend about 30 minutes actually eating every day?”

“Yes,” that sounds about right,” said Jen.

See, we spend so much time worrying and obsessing about food, and our bodies, but we don’t really take time to enjoy eating.

When we eat too quickly, on the run, at our desks, in the car, or secretly, with the lights off, we are in a state of panic, stress, and unease.

Here’s what I know to be true: you can either be stressed, or you can digest.

When you eat slowly, with ease, enjoying your food, taking breaths, chewing completely, savoring, your body can digest. Your body has time to tell you when it’s full. Your stomach can handle the food coming its way.

We are in such a state or rush and panic, with almost every single meal,
that we neither notice how our body feels, nor do we have a chance to digest.

This leads to stomach pain, bloating, poor digestion, leaky gut, and overeating.

I gave Jen an assignment: spend 15-20 minutes eating each meal, and don’t do it alone.

Food should be one of the best things about being alive, and enjoyed with other people. Set the table. Light a candle. Invite a friend to lunch, go to a park or cafe for breakfast, eat outside as often as possible. Take a real lunch break. (It is the law, after all!)

Taking the time to really eat: Cravings Cleanse + Mindset Makeover

This is the first step in changing your digestion and the impact your digestive health has on your cravings, even before you change what you eat.

She’s on it, and looking forward to feeling different with food, and enjoying it with others.

Eating real meals, like a person who cares enough about her body and her life to take the time, is the first step in transforming your relationship with food, your energy, and digestion.

I told Jen about the positive psychology technique, savoring. It’s the first lesson I teach in the Cravings Cleanse + Mindset Makeover. Savoring is a way of fully feeling, noticing, and loving, food, your body, each moment, and your live.

It’s a powerful tool, that allows you to actually be in the moment, appreciate your body, slow down, and enjoy your life…and only one of the mindset tools I’ll share with you in the Cravings Cleanse, which starts 10/7.

Click here to join us: http://alexandrajamieson.com/cravings-cleanse/

Jen is on her way to a new way of eating, and I want that for you.
See, it doesn’t matter what you eat, if you’re always eating in a state of stress, your body and relationship with her, and food, won’t change.

Registration is now open for the next Cravings Cleanse + Mindset Makeover. We start 10/7, but you’ll get access to the bonus videos, recordings, meditations, and more this week.

 

55 Heart Habits

Heart Habits on The Cravings Whisperer with Alexandra Jamieson

The Cravings Whisperer Podcast with Alexandra Jamieson

I’ve been getting some questions from you crave bears about habits. Questions like how to make them, how to break them, and how to keep the good ones around.

Well I’ve got some news for you. It’s not about breaking bad habits. It’s about transforming them. Habits are all about the trigger, the action, and the reward. So let’s change the action, shall we?

Today I’m talking about little steps to begin to create new, healthy habits that can start small, but ripple out to have a big effect on your life.

Today’s sponsor is Audible.com®, who has more than 180,000 audiobooks and spoken-word audio products. Get a free audiobook of your choice here.

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We like to think about how things can bring us more joy, how can they help me feel more love and feel more loved.”  (Click to Tweet)

Show Notes:

  • How habits are a system
  • What is a heart habit
  • Why transformation does not happen overnight
  • Why you can’t do too much too fast or too soon
  • Why humans are habitual creatures
  • The three-step process of habits
  • Why your brain likes habits
  • How to transform your action

Developing healthy habits is a process, it’s a daily practice.”  (Click to Tweet)

  • How to create a reminder for your new habit
  • Why you should make your habits easy to start
  • The importance of rewarding yourself for good habits
  • How I created lots of healthy habits by transforming one bad habit
  • What is mindful eating vs. soulful eating
  • What if we chose meals based on how we want to feel in the future
  • How is your soul asking you to eat
  • The impact heart habits can have on your life

We’re not breaking a habit, we’re transforming it – we’re going to change your action.”  (Click to Tweet)

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Every time you assign positivity to an action, that’s what really helps transform habits.”  (Click to Tweet)

 

 

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