^^^ A message I got earlier this week
And I responded with a question…
‘What’s the alternative?’
Ban the foods you enjoy?
^^^ We all know how that one ends…and as for cooked breakfasts…that was a staple in Charlotte’s transformation
Never go out for that glass (or 2) of prosecco with your friends and family?
^^^ RIP social life…and friends
Pretend that you can be ‘perfect’ 100% of the time?
^^^ And end up blaming yourself ‘failing’
You see, your weight loss (and whether you can keep it off)
Is NOT really based on saying “NO” to birthday event because you’re scared that 1 piece of cake will make you fat
But rather…it’s actually doing the small things day in, day out
Not polishing the leftovers of every meal because ‘it’s there’
Not finishing the tub of Ben & Jerry’s because you can’t fit the steak in the freezer
Not buying an extra Creme egg because they’re 3 for 2
It’s doing the BORING stuff
Like spending 10 minutes on a weekend to plan your meals and shopping list (this will save you time and money across the week I promise you)
So you can stop stressing about what and when to eat to lose weight, get some ‘me’ time back, and -dare I say it- actually enjoy your food whilst shrinking your waistline
^^^ Just as Female Fat Loss Mastery member, Julie, mentioned last week
But, obviously, the boring stuff isn’t for everyone
Maybe a ‘clean’ foods ONLY diet found in the Daily Mail would suit them better?
And if they can stick to it, then that’s great
Because – ultimately – that’s the NUMBER ONE thing I guarantee with all members
That your nutritional strategy fits your lifestyle so you can stick to it and get the results you want once and for all
Matt ‘not for everyone’ Fruci
Eating cooked breakfasts
Still having takeaways
Recipes with marshmallows in them?
Not for me’