How easy can you make your Earlier Lighter Dinner?
On today’s podcast I talk with Alex Biondo, our director of Sales and Admissions at Yogahealer about the first habit in Body Thrive: eating an earlier, lighter dinner. We rap about why this habit is so challenging for so many people and how we can make it less challenging and more doable. Some of the most common reasons people want to adopt this habit are to lose weight, to sleep deeply, to have more energy tomorrow and wake up feeling great! And guess what?! This is all within reach and totally possible when we commit to this first habit.
You can live your life in alignment with how you desire to feel today, tomorrow, in 6 months, in a year, or in ten years, by automating this earlier, light dinner habit.
I rap with Alex Biondo about Earlier Lighter Dinners:
- Why do you want to have an earlier, lighter dinner? What is standing in your way?
- Kaizen your habits by running small doable tests to see if they will work in your life
- Use your body as a science experiment
What you’ll get out of tuning in:
- What does it mean to have a “lighter” dinner?
- What is your motivational “Why” for wanting to make your dinners earlier and lighter?
- How do you want to feel tomorrow and what are you willing to do to make that happen?
- 3:10- What is your “Why?” Our reasons for wanting to make eating earlier, lighter dinners a lasting habit.
- 6:10- Use the Kaizen approach when it comes to eating an earlier, lighter dinner. Make small continuous improvements over time to give you the greatest efficiency and lasting effects.
- 9:45- How does experimenting with the earlier and lighter dinners make you feel? Your body will give you instant results!
- “You set yourself up for failure if you try to make a big change here.” -Alex Biondo
- “See how you feel! See what difference it makes to you…use your body as a science experiment.” – Alex Biondo
- “It feels great to wake up feeling great!” -Alex Biondo
Alex Biondo is Head of Admissions at Yogahealer. She is also a Yoga Health Coach and 200 hour RYT certified Yoga Teacher. Every day, Alex talks to people who are interested in thriving at new levels of health and business. She coaches and guides people into finding their best path to reach for their dreams.
Growing, preparing and sharing and writing about nourishing and delicious food is Alex’s passion. You can read about her gardening adventures at her blog, The Thriving Kitchen.
She’s a busy single mom with a vibrant teenage daughter. She lives, gardens, cooks and practices in Boulder, Colorado.