Imagine if childhood stories and behavior science teamed up to teach us how to change our habits. It can actually be FUN!
That’s exactly what today’s guest, author and wellness coach Sarah Hays Coomer, discusses with me in this episode.
You’ll learn how the Habit Loop works, and how to establish habits that stick.
You’ll get some great tools to keep you focused on making the changes that will make it easier to reach your weight and other goals.
You’ll learn about the Presto-Chango Switcheroo (you’ll have to listen to find out what that is!)
We discuss using micro-rituals to help you remember to make good decisions instead of staying stuck in your old habits.
And Sarah explains how to make an emergency plan that’s ready to go to keep you centered when life throws you those inevitable curve balls.
So much good stuff!
Sarah is the author of three books, including The Habit Trip: A Fill-in-the-Blank Journey to a Life on Purpose. It is an interactive storybook for grown-ups that offers a more fun, funny and whimsical approach to sorting your life out, figuring out what’s possible and how to fix those aspects of your life that aren’t going the way you’d like.
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