This is probably my favorite video and topic I’ve done yet. Such a great reader question (leave yours below on any wellness topic, from yoga, to wellness tips) and something I honestly needed to explore in myself. I was looking at my friend’s diets and thinking I needed to change my eating strategy simply because they had. I was feeling great from what I was doing, but contemplated radical changes because of comparison. Silly, isn’t it? But, I fear I’m not alone in this.
I believe that when it comes to our eating strategy (diet is a dirty word in Wonderland) we must absolutely do what is right for our totally unique dynamic bodies and trust that there is not one solution for everyone and what works for you now might be completely different than what will work three months from now.
The tricky thing with diets (and in general life) is comparison. Comparison is the thief of joy. When looking at other people it’s easy to get lost in a comparison spiral, thinking, “Wow it seems to be working for them, I should be doing that too.” Comparison is a slippery slope and it is easy to get stucked into. So instead of letting your comparison spiral, take a lesson from my mom :