Dec 27, 2017
Today a interview with a 9-year-old (my son, to be precise) about a new app he has discovered. Watch out Insanity and PX-90000000 (or whatever those kill-yourself-not-so-softly workout programmes are called)...or in fact don't watch out at all. Everyone else: Listen and weep.
The answer to the mass failure of New Year's Resolutions (NYRs) is not necessarily to avoid them. I am just as magnetised by the clean slate appeal of the 1st January as everyone else. We need to reframe the whole challenge and turn our self-sabotage on its head.
*What a food rebel is
*The positive side to rebellion, featuring Einstein, a load of students and The Arab Spring. The mental dictator in your head that you yourself install on 1st January.
*Why the whole concept of a NYR is so problematic for compulsive and binge eaters
*Why you need to change the type of visionary thinking you use to help achieve your NYR
*How to actually work on a NYR in a way that will neutralise your food rebellion
*The bigger picture: how to make that rebel energy work for you in reclaiming your life from food.
Find out about the Freedom From Sugar programme here: http://www.theshiftinside.com/freedom/
BBC article on rebellion:
The Harry Potter Saved My Life episode on Hogwarts:
Sound effects by Zapsplat
Produced by Beth McGowan