Do You Make The Willpower Mistake?

Minute Steaks with Smashed Olives & Goats Cheese

[dropcap style=”font-size: 60px; color: #00adef;”]L[/dropcap]ast year, my friend Katherine told me about a new job she was interested in.

At the time she was super excited.

Except it would be full time.

With 2 school-aged boys, that was going to be tricky to manage.

So I asked her about meal planning.

She said in the past she gets inspired and organized.

And does it for a few weeks.

But then she loses momentum.

And it all falls apart.

So what’s Katherine doing wrong?

She’s relying on willpower.

As Kelly McGonigal Ph.D writes in her book, ‘The Willpower Instinct’, willpower is a limited resource.

This is why it can be so difficult to keep going.

Especially when we’re tired.

Because our willpower reserves are lowest at the end of the day.

What’s the alternative?

Habits.

Habits automate daily decisions.

They avoid the need for willpower.

This way, eating well isn’t something you battle with every day.

It’s on autopilot so healthy choices become effortless.

Even enjoyable.

Which habits?

For me, the cornerstone habit is meal planning.

If you have your meal planning system in place.

Everything else is easy.

The deciding, the shopping, the cooking.

AND you make better choices.

Want to automate your meal planning habit?

Then check out my FREE 5-Day Class.

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I’ll show you my 3-step process to master the meal planning habit.

It’s a simple system.

The best alternative to the willpower mistake.

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Meal plan isn’t as hard as you think.

When you do it the right way.

With love,
Jules x

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