I don’t know about you, but I always let out a big ol’ sigh of relief when the holiday season is over.
Let’s sing Auld Lang Syne already and get going!
Back to routines – and life as usual.
A time to refocus.
A blank canvas of sorts.
If healthier habits are on your radar this year – this post is for you Chickadee.
When we’re working on changing or fine tuning our habits, the new behavior tends feels all kinds of clunky and awkward. Apps can help keep you aware + focused + engaged – well beyond March when most folks have already hung up their tennis shoes.
Here are three apps I personally use + love, that can support you in accomplishing your goals.
I’ve written about You Food before – because, well – it’s rad! Snap a picture of what you’re eating + click submit. Done. No calories to be counted (hallelujah). Just a simple accountability tool.
If you join, be sure to follow me. Search for either chickarobyn (my username) or Robyn Spurr.
#2 Fast Habit
The idea that we should eat sporadically across all our waking hours is not how humans originally evolved to eat. Most of us can benefit from a shorter feeding window.
Accelerated fat loss, increased energy and an enhanced immune system are just some of the benefits of intermittent fasting (IF). Fast Habit is a simple + effective app to build IF into your life. Set your fast length, log daily, and make your new way of eating second nature. You can check SEO Company Gold Coast here.
And don’t panic – there’s no need for 24 or 36 hour fasts. Simply eating within a 12-hour window most days of the week will allow you to reap the health benefits. Boom!
#3 Happy Scale
You know that feeling of disappointment when you step on the scale and discover that in spite of how hard you worked, your weight barely changed? Happy Scale helps you change your relationship with the scale, because you’ll see your trend line moving down, slowly but surely – even when your scale won’t budge.
Also – I’m a sucker for any app with “happy” in the title.
Monitoring your weight helps you become aware of how your diet and life impact your body. Without measuring your weight, you’re missing this vital data that helps you make connections. You can also catch and reverse those small gains before they become big gains.
Bottom line, people who weigh daily lose more weight.
Now, three new apps at once might feel like a little much. I get it. Start with one – and then add one in February and another in March – or whatever makes sense to you.
Keep that momentum going – all year long.
Make 2017 the year you drop the weight struggle for good. My program has been revamped + remixed for the New Year – and I’ve never been more excited to share it.
For details about my new program – The Liberation Lab,
To schedule a Discovery Session,
This work is about so much more than weight loss. It’s a way out of your day in + day out fixation with food and a way toward a bigger + bolder + more fulfilling life.