You and I have done this at some point of our lives. Whether you realise it or not.
For me, it is always around my weight. Even though, I “look” slim all my life, I have never had a super flat stomach or a toned physic.
I have submitted myself to various diets and even embarked on some fitness routines – signing up for gyms, Pilates classes and oh, getting an accountability buddy. Every time, it ends with me making up excuses on why I can no longer continue with my “fitness plan”.
Well, self-sabotage happens to everyone of us, even the ones with the best intentions.
It is especially normal for moms to feel emotionally overwhelmed with having to juggle work and looking after our kids. And so, we reach for that chocolate bar or alcohol to “cope” with the demands.
And we feel bad afterwards and we vow to do better next time.
In this The Chill MomBoss Show episode, I talked to certified food and body coach, Andrea, on:
I hope you have enjoyed this interview and if you find this enlightening, please share it with your friends and family.
Empowerment comes from self-awareness and knowledge. My hope is that the more women understand about what self-sabotaging is, the more they are able to break free from its vicious cycle and reach their goals.
More about Andrea:
Andrea is a nutritionist, health and fitness expert and food and body image coach. She is the founder of the Ditch the Scale Academy where she coaches women to heal their relationship with food, helps them to fully transform their lives at a deeper level by letting go of their past stories and beliefs and stepping into their power, unleashing their ultimate potential.
Rooting for you,