I’m guest posting at the Nourishing Gourmet again, this time with a super-practical post on making food changes that last for the long haul. Here’s an excerpt:
You’re sold on real, whole foods prepared with love at home. You believe in bone broth and fermented foods and soaked grains—or at least you’re ready to give them a whirl. You can spout off all kinds of benefits to this “traditional” way of eating.
But knowing isn’t doing, and if you’re like me, doing is b.r.u.t.a.l., especially past the 2 week mark. My dirty little secret? It’s been—gasp—4 years since I last fermented vegetables. And I used to make tutorials about it!
(Bet you can guess what my nourishing food goal is right now.)
While the mind has unlimited storage capacity for good ideas, translating them into flesh-and-blood habits is, well, shall we say “humbling”?
Fortunately, with a big slice of humble pie, spectacular change is possible. I’ve revolutionized my nutrition and lifestyle over the past 8 years of my healing journey—with the results to prove it. And I’ve learned a few secrets of habit formation along the way.
Pop on over to read the rest, which includes my favorite strategies for “sticky” changes. What works for you? I’d love to know!