Charlie Morris is a self-taught documentarian who highlights environmental issues to help sway public opinion and affect policy. We talk about how he goes about his work.Read More
A new member of Sick to Fit asked, “How do you address a lack of self esteem, or how do you keep going when regret, guilt, frustration, etc., make you question if the effort is worth it?”
In this video, I talk about how to keep going when your thoughts and feelings are all undermining your resolve.
Knobology is the ability to turn the knobs of your own behavior in real time, in response to changing life circumstances. It’s the opposite of rigid adherence to a prescribed plan with no freedom to deviate.Read More
When your mind tells you that you’ll never change, and that you’re destined to keep struggling forever with diet, or exercise, or any other bad habit, it’s easy to convince yourself to give up.
But there’s a simple “mind hack” that you can employ, to change your inner dialog, that can give you the tools you need to keep making progress.Read More
When we’re stuck in habit patterns that don’t serve our best interests, part of the reason is our minds go into “victim mode.” That is, we tell ourselves a story that takes away our power to change.
In this video, I’ll share three signs that you’re operating out of victim mode, and give you three “mind hacks” to restore your power.
Do you binge because you’re eating for emotional reasons, or because your body isn’t designed to say no to hyper-palatable food?
To change how you eat, should you love yourself, or be tough on yourself?
And it is better to learn to eat intuitively, or to create hard and fast rules?Read More
When clients talk about “cheat days” and “cheat meals,” they’re fooling themselves in two very significant ways.
In this video, I talk about what “cheating” is and isn’t, and offer a different lens through which to think about goals and deviation from them.Read More