Whether a splurge is planned in advance or comes up unexpectedly, you can eliminate guilt or prevent a potential lapse by taking control of your choices. Enter the splurge of choice in your planner or tracker. Aim for 250 calories or less. Then, if you choose, you can offset the extra calories from a splurge by increasing your physical activity.
Use the chart below to see how much exercise it takes to make up for your splurge. This could even motivate you to change your decision on w
For many of us, eating away from home is just a reality of our busy schedules. Your weekly meal plan can be adjusted to fit changes in your lifestyle such as work or travel. Not only can having a plan can help you stay on track with your weight loss goals and healthy eating habits, it can also save you money.
It seems we’re always prioritizing just about everything and everyone over ourselves. Your kids, parents, significant other, job, and even your dog somehow always come first. But it’s important to remember your well-being is just as important and should be your priority, so that you can be the very best version of yourself. Mother, daughter, professional, spouse, volunteer — whatever the role — make time for yourself first, and you can better serve yourself and others.
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We all know we should be making time for exercise—it’s essential for the maintenance of a healthy body, and an important part of any successful weight loss journey. But for those days when there just don’t seem to be enough hours, it’s nice to know that there are lots of ways to sneak in a quick calorie-burn session… and many of them don’t feel like working out at all. Here are 10 of our favorites. Please note that the activity times listed below are based on a 40-year-old woman who is 5’5” and