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Posts tagged motivation
How feeling like a superhero helps my health 

Have you ever noticed the language people use about their bodies? 

I've been thinking a lot about the metaphors people have for their bodies. Why? 

Because the metaphors we have, or if you prefer, the way we represent things to ourselves, significantly impacts our experience of the world, our beliefs and our behaviours.  

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'Finding' the motivation to lose weight

January is a month full of good intentions and people trying to find the motivation to stick to their goals. Sounds easy but how do you find the motivation to keep going even when times feel tough?  Here are eight ways you can give yourself the motivation you need:

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My Weight Loss Journey: How to Lose Weight Over Christmas

Some people say you can't lose weight over Christmas. Here I explain how you CAN do it and still enjoy the festivities too. I talk about planning, decisions, what to eat and satying in control in other people's houses.

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My Weight Loss Journey: Firm Foundations

I've been blogging about the mindset of weight loss for a while now so I thought it was time to share my personal journey with you.

Today is all about getting started and the mindset of getting started and how to lay firm foundations.

In the video we cover the three things you need to lay firm foundations for successful weight loss.

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Proving your critics wrong or proving your fans right?

Fitspo' quotes. Do you love them or hate them? 

I love seeing quotes and memes on social media. Mostly on weight loss or fitness pages. I'm intrigued to see if I can tell what a person's motivations are. I think a lot of people post these quotes and memes to show how positive they are but they probably aren't aware that they are revealing more negativity than they realise. 

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