Weighing yourself can feel calm and easy. In this episode of the Get Your GOAL podcast, I’m sharing the simple process that will change your relationship with the scale.
You’re on board with the idea of how mindset work or journaling *might* be helpful for losing weight. But weighing yourself? It’s hard, it feels terrible, and if you could just throw away your scale, you definitely would.
I hear from clients all the time that they hate to weigh themselves because the daily fluctuations drive them crazy, or they feel like the numbers just mess with their heads.
You feel really good about your eating and exercising and water and sleep, but then you get on the scale and your weight is up, or it’s still the same, and all of a sudden it’s like everything you’ve been doing is all for nothing.
If this is you, you’re in the right place. Today, we’re taking a deep dive into the topic of WEIGHING YOURSELF, and I’m sharing exactly how to make peace with the scale once and for all.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:
– WHY weighing yourself feels awful
– HOW your brain sees the number on the scale, and
– WHAT to do right now to feel better about weighing yourself
Find the show notes for this episode at
Download The 5-0 Method, Weight Loss for Women over 50:
Join the Get Your GOAL Mastermind group:
Weighing yourself can feel awful,especially with lots of fluctuations! I always think it has to do with what i ate the day before,and try to figure out what I did wrong!!! Will drive myself crazy!!!!
Wow,great information i never even thought of. 😊