This week we’re focusing on the quick grab-n-go recipe, breakfast sausage bites! But don’t just leave these to breakfast, these little taste bites can be enjoyed as a quick snack, a hearty lunch alongside some steamed veggies or even for dinner over some zoodles alongside a side salad. The possibilities are endless!
“I don’t want to be fat anymore but I don’t want to do the work to lose the weight. I am just stuck! How do I get motivated again?! I need something to get excited about. Something to motivate me or do it for me.”
Here is the truth, you cannot buy motivation.
Do you struggle with wanting to set a weight-loss goal but you find you’re not ready to follow through with it?
Be compassionate with yourself and let go of any “should’ve, could’ve, would’ve” thoughts as you go through your day today. Your journey to FREEDOM starts with self-forgiveness then moves to acceptance.That in itself is a great gift to yourself today. Accept that this is where you are in your journey, the progress you have accomplished and the work left to be done. This stops the tug-of-war inside.
Do you know if you have food sensitivity issues?
- How is your body responding to the food you eat?
- Do you suffer from depression, anxiety, insomnia, fatigue, headaches, indigestion, skin rashes or joint pain?
- Are you having trouble losing weight and keeping it off?
What most physicians won’t tell you is that your diet could be causing some–if not all–of these symptoms.
Pumpkin Muffin Recipe by Blissfully Healthy
It’s that time of year again where pumpkin is THE go-to ingredient! Instead of indulging in all of the overly sweetened, whipped, heavily doctored pumpkin recipes, consider this ‘feel good’ recipe of pumpkin muffins. Easy to grab on the go and give you all the feels of pumpkin without the guilt!
Are you tired of turkey? Ready to get back to healthy eating habits but don’t know where to start? This week’s #foodforthought Friday recipe is the Blissfully Healthy Power Bowl!
- In a shallow pot add 1 tablespoon of coconut oil + diced onions
- Cook on low for 3-5 min to caramelize
- Add diced sweet potato, broccoli, bell pepper and cook for 5 min
- Add sun dried tomatoes + spinach and stir
- Crack eggs on top slowly
- Add salt + pepper to taste and cover with lid and let the eggs cook for about 3 minutes and serve.
Did you see our first 5 tips of surviving Thanksgiving?
Here’s the following five for getting through the holiday successfully and with style! 😉
Surviving Thanksgiving with all that food!
Thanksgiving can be a difficult time for Emotional Eaters. This year we have put together a road map for our Blissfully Healthy Community on how to survive Thanksgiving without feeling guilty or shameful!