There's no shortage of guidelines on how much you should eat or drink, what to spend and what to save, and how long you should be on your devices. But a guideline can't connect you to your body's internal knowing of what enough means for you. It's up to you to explore this question.
This week, I’m talking about one of my favorite topics – the meaning of “enough.” Understanding this concept and figuring out what “enough” means for you, and what it looks like in your daily life, with everything you do is crucial to changing any habit.
Join me on this episode of Take a Break from Drinking, as I talk about two main factors that contribute to your understanding of what is enough. We dig into how your opposition to waste is holding you back, as well as how certain visual cues can disconnect you from your internal understanding of when your body is truly satisfied.
Don’t miss this important opportunity to learn how to become mindful around your drinking and how to pay attention to your body’s signals and reconnect with what enough means for you.
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What You'll Learn from this Episode:
- The biggest opposition to having enough of something and how it’s holding you back.
- Where the idea of finishing everything on your plate came from.
- The role visual cues play in knowing when you have had enough.
- The real problem with using larger glasses to pour yourself a drink.
- The importance of discovering what enough means for you.
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