Do you ACTUALLY want to accomplish your New Year's Goals?Jan 01, 2024
Happy New Year!
I'm sure you're hearing it everywhere. As we step into a fresh chapter, it's the perfect time to reflect on our goals and intentions for this new year.
But how many times have we set resolutions, only to feel the familiar weight of self-sabotage pulling us back?
I've been there, too – stuck in a cycle of self-sabotage that seemed like an endless loop.
My Personal Journey: Breaking Free from Calorie Counting and Obsession
I used to believe that meticulously counting calories and being obsessive about every morsel protected me from my fear of gaining weight. Little did I realize, it was a subtle form of self-sabotage. Living in constant fear of food choices and calorie numbers was far from a healthy way to live – it was a self-imposed prison. It took a shift in perspective to break free from this destructive cycle and discover a path to true well-being.
But maybe that's not you, maybe you're comfort eating, seeking solace in unhealthy foods as a way to cope with stress or emotions rather than dealing with the emotions themselves. Maybe you're making excuses every time like "I don't have enough time", but know that every time you make that excuse, all you're saying is that you prioritize that excuse over your ultimate ambition (that feels like you're smacked upside the head when you look at it that way...
Do any of these resonate with why you might have gotten in your own way in the past?
Comfort Eating: Seeking solace in unhealthy foods as a way to cope with stress or emotions.
Busy-itis: Perpetually claiming to be too busy as a shield against prioritizing self-care.
Procrastination: Delaying action on your goals, often leading to missed opportunities.
Comparison Trap: Constantly measuring your progress against others, fostering feelings of inadequacy and hinders real progress.
Negative Self-Talk: Engaging in self-criticism, undermining your own capabilities.
Fear of Failure: Avoiding challenges to sidestep the perceived pain of failure.
Perfectionism: Striving for an unrealistic standard, leading to burnout and dissatisfaction.
Excuses: Finding reasons not to exercise or make healthier choices.
Isolation or Spending Time with the Wrong People: Withdrawing from social connections to avoid judgment or vulnerability or spending time with people who don't have the same priorities or goals as you and allowing their behavior to influence you.
Lack of Boundaries: Failing to set boundaries, often leading to overcommitment and burnout.
So tell me, do you identify with any of these? I know there was a time in my life when I embodied almost all of them because I was living from a place of fear rather than a place of self connection and authenticity.
Breaking free from self-sabotage is a journey, and I'm thrilled to introduce a transformative solution – the 30-Day Break Free and Create Consistency Challenge. This isn't just a program; it's a roadmap to understanding your self-sabotaging patterns and creating sustainable habits for lasting change.
Join us on this empowering journey, where live coaching sessions will guide you through personal breakthroughs. Discover hormone-balancing dietary tips, lifestyle tools, and supplements that amplify your results. Create consistency with a calendar curated for you and the progress you desire. Let's end the cycle of self-sabotage together and embrace a healthier, more empowered you.
Don't let self-sabotage hold you back any longer. Your transformation begins now.
Here's to a year of breaking free, embracing change, and achieving the wellness you deserve!
With love and empowerment,