Don’t Know about this Diet? You Should

Do yourself a favor today and decide to go on a diet. A “should” diet. This has nothing to do with nutrition, eating or weightloss.

I want you to eliminate the word “should” from your vocabulary.

Seriously, when has this word ever added value to your life?

Let me help you here.

Never.

Can you think of a time when you’ve thought, “I should (fill in the blank)” and then felt a positive emotion?

“I should have done it differently.” ——> and now I’m full of regret and focused on my past.

“I should be a better mom.” ——> leaves me feeling inadequate.

“I should have known better.” ——> makes me feel stupid.

“I should go workout.” ——> but now I dread it.

vs.

“I will to try harder next time.” ——> useful.

“I am becoming a better mom every day.” ——> hopeful.

“I did the best I could with what I knew.” ——> peaceful.

“I am becoming a person who takes care of her body.” ——> optimistic.

Let’s give the word “should” the old heave-ho, shall we?

In fact, I’m challenging myself to do a “Whole 30” without it.

Who’s with me?

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