The Power of One

[dropcap style=”font-size: 60px; color: #71CCD5;”] T[/dropcap]he other day I was talking to one of my coaching clients.

She’s feeling overwhelmed at the moment.

A lot going on in her professional and personal life.

So I shared with her the concept of positive constraints.

Basically the idea is to limit the choices you have.

Which simplifies decision making.

And makes your life much easier!

I shared an example I use in my own life.

There’s a deep house podcast which I LOVE.

So I made the decision to only listen to it for work and exercise.

There’s a new free episode and a new paid one each week. I get both.

I enjoy amazing new music.

And I don’t have to think.

Automating deciding what to listen to every day has freed up so much mental bandwidth.

So I suggested to my client that she experiment with applying the ‘power of one’ to her cooking.

To only use the recipes in my Simple Meal Plans each week.

And she did!

She’s still experiencing some overwhelm in other areas of her life.

But her dinners have been healthy.


And oh so simple.

She’s actually enjoying being able to walk into the kitchen and create a simple, nourishing meal at the end of a long day.

Like to harness the ‘power of one’ in your cooking?

Then join Simple Meal Plans.

It will free up your mental bandwidth.

Take the stress out of deciding what to cook.

And simplify getting healthy dinners on the table.

So you can look and feel your best.

CLICK HERE to learn more.

Have fun in the kitchen this week.

With love,
Jules x

ps. If you join Simple Meal Plans now you’ll also get access to my new training.

It’s called the 30-Day Simple Kitchen Reboot.

It’s everything you need to simplify eating well condensed into 30 daily email lessons.

To make sure you don’t miss it CLICK HERE.

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