Good Things Take Time
Health Coaching


Changing habits demands patience, so rather than fixating on outcomes, concentrate on making progress. If, for instance, you aim to cut out processed sugar, while some can quit abruptly, others, like myself, prefer a gradual approach. Below are some tips I used to do this.

  • Prepare small milestones and celebrate each achievement along the way. e.g reducing the intake of sugar in your coffee from 2 teaspoons to 1 tablespoon in a month
  • Stay mindful of your progress by keeping a journal to track your daily sugar consumption. This can help you identify patterns and areas for improvement.
  • Practice self-compassion and remember that setbacks are a natural part of the process. Be kind to yourself and stay focused on your overall goal of improving your health and well-being.

Once you recognize that small, gradual habit changes are leading you towards your desired self-improvement, you won’t need to keep restarting and pausing on your health and wellness journey.

Personally, I have discovered that I prefer sugar naturally found in fiber-rich foods like fruits over processed sugar. It took some patience to change this habit, but the results were truly rewarding!

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