Oops, I did it again

It’s the day after a holiday weekend. Is anyone else feeling like they overindulged?

It happens to the best of us, and that’s okay.

When you decide to have a cheat meal (or ten), it’s important to set limits for yourself. 

But what if you didn’t? What if you went a little crazy and you can’t take it back?

Forgive Yourself

We all have a bad day. A bad weekend. Make a bad choice.

Beating yourself up over the food you ate isn’t going to make you feel better. It’s not going to “undo” the choices you made.

All it might do is put you in a bad mental state that will further impede your health.

Learn From It

Learn from the choices you made.

Make a plan to make better choices next time.

Start working with a nutrition coach to build better habits.

Start Fresh Today

Immediately get back on track.

Don’t wait an extra day. It could quickly turn into a week.

Don’t feel like you’ve thrown it all away from one weekend. That’s just not how it works.

Start today and get yourself back on track.

  • Make sure your meals today are healthy.
  • Get your plan set for the rest of the week.
  • Consider skipping cheat meals this weekend.
  • Make sustainable nutrition choices.
  • Get back into the gym!

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