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Say Goodbye to Mindless Eating: 10 Ways to Manage Your Habits

Say Goodbye to Mindless Eating: 10 Ways to Manage Your Habits


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If multitasking is your best friend, mindful eating probably does not serve a purpose in your life. We spend a lot of time eating while on the computer, on the phone, or watching TV. Although it may seem that we are getting more accomplished through multitasking, eating when you are busy can confuse your mind and body into eating more.

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We spoke with Barb Schmidt, international speaker and best-selling author of The Practice, and Amanda Foti, nutritionist for Selvera Wellness, about the importance of mindful eating and preventing overeating.

“Mindful eating means eating without focusing our attention on anything else — no TV, newspaper, computer, tablet, or phone. When we eat without any potentially stressful distractions, we feel at ease by being in the moment when we are eating. So, by mindful eating, we contribute to our overall happiness,” Schmidt said. “Because so many Americans eat and drink while driving, U.S. automakers advertise how many cup holders their cars have! Taking the time [to] sit and savor while being fully present to the experience of eating, and perhaps sharing in this with others, is a simple way to improve our overall quality of life.”

Sometimes overeating is intentional. Reaching for food when you are upset, sad, angry, or tired is a common method for coping with feelings. However, junk food does not have the power to make you feel better and after the cookie jar is empty, you will be even more emotional, this time with feelings of guilt and regret. Prevent this spiral from happening by taking charge of your emotions and eating habits. Creating new habits for yourself can help with the introduction of mindful eating and less overeating.


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As we shared numerous times, we both struggle a bit with Body Image. I am working hard at being nicer to myself. In addition, I am trying to step-up my workouts a bit. The harder I workout the better I feel when I am finished. I hope this translates into feeling better when I look in the mirror as well.

And, I registered for a Spartan Race. I’m scared sh*&less.

A Spartan Race is like a ‘mud-run’ on steroids. Not only to do you run 3 miles through rough terrain in the mud but you also have to go over 20 obstacles. And this is the ‘sprint’ version. There is also an Ultra Beast Marathon option — run 26.2 miles over rough terrain and complete 25+ obstacles. Seriously? People do that? For Fun?

I get these “inspirational” emails from them daily. Each email includes a daily workout and a recipe for something healthy. Easy enough, right?

Yea, right. Today’s email went something like this:

Warm-up: Run 3 miles
15 Jump Lunges
20 Burpees
25 Jump Squats
30 mountain climbers
35′ Bear Crawl (2X)
40 second plank
Cool Down: Run 3 miles

What? All of that? At one time? No, you mean one item each day. Like I said, I’m scared.

So, needless to say…I am stepping up my workouts. Today I ran three miles–on a treadmill, no incline. Not exactly the same as running three miles, up-hill, on rocky terrain, while jumping over three foot hurtles. I’ll get there. Maybe. I am shaking just thinking about it.

I also did 20+ Burpees. Why are they named that? Reminds me of barf or maybe they just make me barf. I did walking lunges, squats, dips, planks and mountain climbers. Not sure what a Bear Crawl is, guess I have to look that one up! I did not run another 3 miles.

I’m not sure I will make it through all the obstacles. However, I will try. I am confident that I will finish. I don’t like to give up and certainly not in front of other people. The race is in June. I will keep you posted.

How are your workouts going?

PS: Did I mention you have to jump over fire?

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As we shared numerous times, we both struggle a bit with Body Image. I am working hard at being nicer to myself. In addition, I am trying to step-up my workouts a bit. The harder I workout the better I feel when I am finished. I hope this translates into feeling better when I look in the mirror as well.

And, I registered for a Spartan Race. I’m scared sh*&less.

A Spartan Race is like a ‘mud-run’ on steroids. Not only to do you run 3 miles through rough terrain in the mud but you also have to go over 20 obstacles. And this is the ‘sprint’ version. There is also an Ultra Beast Marathon option — run 26.2 miles over rough terrain and complete 25+ obstacles. Seriously? People do that? For Fun?

I get these “inspirational” emails from them daily. Each email includes a daily workout and a recipe for something healthy. Easy enough, right?

Yea, right. Today’s email went something like this:

Warm-up: Run 3 miles
15 Jump Lunges
20 Burpees
25 Jump Squats
30 mountain climbers
35′ Bear Crawl (2X)
40 second plank
Cool Down: Run 3 miles

What? All of that? At one time? No, you mean one item each day. Like I said, I’m scared.

So, needless to say…I am stepping up my workouts. Today I ran three miles–on a treadmill, no incline. Not exactly the same as running three miles, up-hill, on rocky terrain, while jumping over three foot hurtles. I’ll get there. Maybe. I am shaking just thinking about it.

I also did 20+ Burpees. Why are they named that? Reminds me of barf or maybe they just make me barf. I did walking lunges, squats, dips, planks and mountain climbers. Not sure what a Bear Crawl is, guess I have to look that one up! I did not run another 3 miles.

I’m not sure I will make it through all the obstacles. However, I will try. I am confident that I will finish. I don’t like to give up and certainly not in front of other people. The race is in June. I will keep you posted.

How are your workouts going?

PS: Did I mention you have to jump over fire?

Check out the follow-up to this article: Get Moving…

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Get Moving

As we shared numerous times, we both struggle a bit with Body Image. I am working hard at being nicer to myself. In addition, I am trying to step-up my workouts a bit. The harder I workout the better I feel when I am finished. I hope this translates into feeling better when I look in the mirror as well.

And, I registered for a Spartan Race. I’m scared sh*&less.

A Spartan Race is like a ‘mud-run’ on steroids. Not only to do you run 3 miles through rough terrain in the mud but you also have to go over 20 obstacles. And this is the ‘sprint’ version. There is also an Ultra Beast Marathon option — run 26.2 miles over rough terrain and complete 25+ obstacles. Seriously? People do that? For Fun?

I get these “inspirational” emails from them daily. Each email includes a daily workout and a recipe for something healthy. Easy enough, right?

Yea, right. Today’s email went something like this:

Warm-up: Run 3 miles
15 Jump Lunges
20 Burpees
25 Jump Squats
30 mountain climbers
35′ Bear Crawl (2X)
40 second plank
Cool Down: Run 3 miles

What? All of that? At one time? No, you mean one item each day. Like I said, I’m scared.

So, needless to say…I am stepping up my workouts. Today I ran three miles–on a treadmill, no incline. Not exactly the same as running three miles, up-hill, on rocky terrain, while jumping over three foot hurtles. I’ll get there. Maybe. I am shaking just thinking about it.

I also did 20+ Burpees. Why are they named that? Reminds me of barf or maybe they just make me barf. I did walking lunges, squats, dips, planks and mountain climbers. Not sure what a Bear Crawl is, guess I have to look that one up! I did not run another 3 miles.

I’m not sure I will make it through all the obstacles. However, I will try. I am confident that I will finish. I don’t like to give up and certainly not in front of other people. The race is in June. I will keep you posted.

How are your workouts going?

PS: Did I mention you have to jump over fire?

Check out the follow-up to this article: Get Moving…

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Get Moving

As we shared numerous times, we both struggle a bit with Body Image. I am working hard at being nicer to myself. In addition, I am trying to step-up my workouts a bit. The harder I workout the better I feel when I am finished. I hope this translates into feeling better when I look in the mirror as well.

And, I registered for a Spartan Race. I’m scared sh*&less.

A Spartan Race is like a ‘mud-run’ on steroids. Not only to do you run 3 miles through rough terrain in the mud but you also have to go over 20 obstacles. And this is the ‘sprint’ version. There is also an Ultra Beast Marathon option — run 26.2 miles over rough terrain and complete 25+ obstacles. Seriously? People do that? For Fun?

I get these “inspirational” emails from them daily. Each email includes a daily workout and a recipe for something healthy. Easy enough, right?

Yea, right. Today’s email went something like this:

Warm-up: Run 3 miles
15 Jump Lunges
20 Burpees
25 Jump Squats
30 mountain climbers
35′ Bear Crawl (2X)
40 second plank
Cool Down: Run 3 miles

What? All of that? At one time? No, you mean one item each day. Like I said, I’m scared.

So, needless to say…I am stepping up my workouts. Today I ran three miles–on a treadmill, no incline. Not exactly the same as running three miles, up-hill, on rocky terrain, while jumping over three foot hurtles. I’ll get there. Maybe. I am shaking just thinking about it.

I also did 20+ Burpees. Why are they named that? Reminds me of barf or maybe they just make me barf. I did walking lunges, squats, dips, planks and mountain climbers. Not sure what a Bear Crawl is, guess I have to look that one up! I did not run another 3 miles.

I’m not sure I will make it through all the obstacles. However, I will try. I am confident that I will finish. I don’t like to give up and certainly not in front of other people. The race is in June. I will keep you posted.

How are your workouts going?

PS: Did I mention you have to jump over fire?

Check out the follow-up to this article: Get Moving…

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Get Moving

As we shared numerous times, we both struggle a bit with Body Image. I am working hard at being nicer to myself. In addition, I am trying to step-up my workouts a bit. The harder I workout the better I feel when I am finished. I hope this translates into feeling better when I look in the mirror as well.

And, I registered for a Spartan Race. I’m scared sh*&less.

A Spartan Race is like a ‘mud-run’ on steroids. Not only to do you run 3 miles through rough terrain in the mud but you also have to go over 20 obstacles. And this is the ‘sprint’ version. There is also an Ultra Beast Marathon option — run 26.2 miles over rough terrain and complete 25+ obstacles. Seriously? People do that? For Fun?

I get these “inspirational” emails from them daily. Each email includes a daily workout and a recipe for something healthy. Easy enough, right?

Yea, right. Today’s email went something like this:

Warm-up: Run 3 miles
15 Jump Lunges
20 Burpees
25 Jump Squats
30 mountain climbers
35′ Bear Crawl (2X)
40 second plank
Cool Down: Run 3 miles

What? All of that? At one time? No, you mean one item each day. Like I said, I’m scared.

So, needless to say…I am stepping up my workouts. Today I ran three miles–on a treadmill, no incline. Not exactly the same as running three miles, up-hill, on rocky terrain, while jumping over three foot hurtles. I’ll get there. Maybe. I am shaking just thinking about it.

I also did 20+ Burpees. Why are they named that? Reminds me of barf or maybe they just make me barf. I did walking lunges, squats, dips, planks and mountain climbers. Not sure what a Bear Crawl is, guess I have to look that one up! I did not run another 3 miles.

I’m not sure I will make it through all the obstacles. However, I will try. I am confident that I will finish. I don’t like to give up and certainly not in front of other people. The race is in June. I will keep you posted.

How are your workouts going?

PS: Did I mention you have to jump over fire?

Check out the follow-up to this article: Get Moving…

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Get Moving

As we shared numerous times, we both struggle a bit with Body Image. I am working hard at being nicer to myself. In addition, I am trying to step-up my workouts a bit. The harder I workout the better I feel when I am finished. I hope this translates into feeling better when I look in the mirror as well.

And, I registered for a Spartan Race. I’m scared sh*&less.

A Spartan Race is like a ‘mud-run’ on steroids. Not only to do you run 3 miles through rough terrain in the mud but you also have to go over 20 obstacles. And this is the ‘sprint’ version. There is also an Ultra Beast Marathon option — run 26.2 miles over rough terrain and complete 25+ obstacles. Seriously? People do that? For Fun?

I get these “inspirational” emails from them daily. Each email includes a daily workout and a recipe for something healthy. Easy enough, right?

Yea, right. Today’s email went something like this:

Warm-up: Run 3 miles
15 Jump Lunges
20 Burpees
25 Jump Squats
30 mountain climbers
35′ Bear Crawl (2X)
40 second plank
Cool Down: Run 3 miles

What? All of that? At one time? No, you mean one item each day. Like I said, I’m scared.

So, needless to say…I am stepping up my workouts. Today I ran three miles–on a treadmill, no incline. Not exactly the same as running three miles, up-hill, on rocky terrain, while jumping over three foot hurtles. I’ll get there. Maybe. I am shaking just thinking about it.

I also did 20+ Burpees. Why are they named that? Reminds me of barf or maybe they just make me barf. I did walking lunges, squats, dips, planks and mountain climbers. Not sure what a Bear Crawl is, guess I have to look that one up! I did not run another 3 miles.

I’m not sure I will make it through all the obstacles. However, I will try. I am confident that I will finish. I don’t like to give up and certainly not in front of other people. The race is in June. I will keep you posted.

How are your workouts going?

PS: Did I mention you have to jump over fire?

Check out the follow-up to this article: Get Moving…

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As we shared numerous times, we both struggle a bit with Body Image. I am working hard at being nicer to myself. In addition, I am trying to step-up my workouts a bit. The harder I workout the better I feel when I am finished. I hope this translates into feeling better when I look in the mirror as well.

And, I registered for a Spartan Race. I’m scared sh*&less.

A Spartan Race is like a ‘mud-run’ on steroids. Not only to do you run 3 miles through rough terrain in the mud but you also have to go over 20 obstacles. And this is the ‘sprint’ version. There is also an Ultra Beast Marathon option — run 26.2 miles over rough terrain and complete 25+ obstacles. Seriously? People do that? For Fun?

I get these “inspirational” emails from them daily. Each email includes a daily workout and a recipe for something healthy. Easy enough, right?

Yea, right. Today’s email went something like this:

Warm-up: Run 3 miles
15 Jump Lunges
20 Burpees
25 Jump Squats
30 mountain climbers
35′ Bear Crawl (2X)
40 second plank
Cool Down: Run 3 miles

What? All of that? At one time? No, you mean one item each day. Like I said, I’m scared.

So, needless to say…I am stepping up my workouts. Today I ran three miles–on a treadmill, no incline. Not exactly the same as running three miles, up-hill, on rocky terrain, while jumping over three foot hurtles. I’ll get there. Maybe. I am shaking just thinking about it.

I also did 20+ Burpees. Why are they named that? Reminds me of barf or maybe they just make me barf. I did walking lunges, squats, dips, planks and mountain climbers. Not sure what a Bear Crawl is, guess I have to look that one up! I did not run another 3 miles.

I’m not sure I will make it through all the obstacles. However, I will try. I am confident that I will finish. I don’t like to give up and certainly not in front of other people. The race is in June. I will keep you posted.

How are your workouts going?

PS: Did I mention you have to jump over fire?

Check out the follow-up to this article: Get Moving…

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Get Moving

As we shared numerous times, we both struggle a bit with Body Image. I am working hard at being nicer to myself. In addition, I am trying to step-up my workouts a bit. The harder I workout the better I feel when I am finished. I hope this translates into feeling better when I look in the mirror as well.

And, I registered for a Spartan Race. I’m scared sh*&less.

A Spartan Race is like a ‘mud-run’ on steroids. Not only to do you run 3 miles through rough terrain in the mud but you also have to go over 20 obstacles. And this is the ‘sprint’ version. There is also an Ultra Beast Marathon option — run 26.2 miles over rough terrain and complete 25+ obstacles. Seriously? People do that? For Fun?

I get these “inspirational” emails from them daily. Each email includes a daily workout and a recipe for something healthy. Easy enough, right?

Yea, right. Today’s email went something like this:

Warm-up: Run 3 miles
15 Jump Lunges
20 Burpees
25 Jump Squats
30 mountain climbers
35′ Bear Crawl (2X)
40 second plank
Cool Down: Run 3 miles

What? All of that? At one time? No, you mean one item each day. Like I said, I’m scared.

So, needless to say…I am stepping up my workouts. Today I ran three miles–on a treadmill, no incline. Not exactly the same as running three miles, up-hill, on rocky terrain, while jumping over three foot hurtles. I’ll get there. Maybe. I am shaking just thinking about it.

I also did 20+ Burpees. Why are they named that? Reminds me of barf or maybe they just make me barf. I did walking lunges, squats, dips, planks and mountain climbers. Not sure what a Bear Crawl is, guess I have to look that one up! I did not run another 3 miles.

I’m not sure I will make it through all the obstacles. However, I will try. I am confident that I will finish. I don’t like to give up and certainly not in front of other people. The race is in June. I will keep you posted.

How are your workouts going?

PS: Did I mention you have to jump over fire?

Check out the follow-up to this article: Get Moving…

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As we shared numerous times, we both struggle a bit with Body Image. I am working hard at being nicer to myself. In addition, I am trying to step-up my workouts a bit. The harder I workout the better I feel when I am finished. I hope this translates into feeling better when I look in the mirror as well.

And, I registered for a Spartan Race. I’m scared sh*&less.

A Spartan Race is like a ‘mud-run’ on steroids. Not only to do you run 3 miles through rough terrain in the mud but you also have to go over 20 obstacles. And this is the ‘sprint’ version. There is also an Ultra Beast Marathon option — run 26.2 miles over rough terrain and complete 25+ obstacles. Seriously? People do that? For Fun?

I get these “inspirational” emails from them daily. Each email includes a daily workout and a recipe for something healthy. Easy enough, right?

Yea, right. Today’s email went something like this:

Warm-up: Run 3 miles
15 Jump Lunges
20 Burpees
25 Jump Squats
30 mountain climbers
35′ Bear Crawl (2X)
40 second plank
Cool Down: Run 3 miles

What? All of that? At one time? No, you mean one item each day. Like I said, I’m scared.

So, needless to say…I am stepping up my workouts. Today I ran three miles–on a treadmill, no incline. Not exactly the same as running three miles, up-hill, on rocky terrain, while jumping over three foot hurtles. I’ll get there. Maybe. I am shaking just thinking about it.

I also did 20+ Burpees. Why are they named that? Reminds me of barf or maybe they just make me barf. I did walking lunges, squats, dips, planks and mountain climbers. Not sure what a Bear Crawl is, guess I have to look that one up! I did not run another 3 miles.

I’m not sure I will make it through all the obstacles. However, I will try. I am confident that I will finish. I don’t like to give up and certainly not in front of other people. The race is in June. I will keep you posted.

How are your workouts going?

PS: Did I mention you have to jump over fire?

Check out the follow-up to this article: Get Moving…

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Get Moving

As we shared numerous times, we both struggle a bit with Body Image. I am working hard at being nicer to myself. In addition, I am trying to step-up my workouts a bit. The harder I workout the better I feel when I am finished. I hope this translates into feeling better when I look in the mirror as well.

And, I registered for a Spartan Race. I’m scared sh*&less.

A Spartan Race is like a ‘mud-run’ on steroids. Not only to do you run 3 miles through rough terrain in the mud but you also have to go over 20 obstacles. And this is the ‘sprint’ version. There is also an Ultra Beast Marathon option — run 26.2 miles over rough terrain and complete 25+ obstacles. Seriously? People do that? For Fun?

I get these “inspirational” emails from them daily. Each email includes a daily workout and a recipe for something healthy. Easy enough, right?

Yea, right. Today’s email went something like this:

Warm-up: Run 3 miles
15 Jump Lunges
20 Burpees
25 Jump Squats
30 mountain climbers
35′ Bear Crawl (2X)
40 second plank
Cool Down: Run 3 miles

What? All of that? At one time? No, you mean one item each day. Like I said, I’m scared.

So, needless to say…I am stepping up my workouts. Today I ran three miles–on a treadmill, no incline. Not exactly the same as running three miles, up-hill, on rocky terrain, while jumping over three foot hurtles. I’ll get there. Maybe. I am shaking just thinking about it.

I also did 20+ Burpees. Why are they named that? Reminds me of barf or maybe they just make me barf. I did walking lunges, squats, dips, planks and mountain climbers. Not sure what a Bear Crawl is, guess I have to look that one up! I did not run another 3 miles.

I’m not sure I will make it through all the obstacles. However, I will try. I am confident that I will finish. I don’t like to give up and certainly not in front of other people. The race is in June. I will keep you posted.

How are your workouts going?

PS: Did I mention you have to jump over fire?

Check out the follow-up to this article: Get Moving…

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