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I hate admitting when I haven’t been on my game.
It’s the worst feeling ever. 😑
My pride and my ego do a really great job and keep me from admitting when I’m struggling. Today, my pride and ego are losing its battle over me. It’s time to speak up.
But, the only person you can’t lie to is yourself, right?
We do such an awesome job “faking it until we make it”, but each day when you look at yourself in the mirror, you know the truth.
My nutrition has been wack this week.
Even eating healthy, I’ve been under eating due to stress and worry.
Then, when I’ve realized I skipped a meal, I inhale everything in my sight.
My cravings skyrocket and all I want is crap.
My energy is low.
My sleep is off.
I’m exhausted mentally.
I’m filled with anxiety and worry.
I’m full of doubt and excuses.
This cycle is breakable.
Did you hear me?
This used to be my life on the DAILY.
This used to be my norm.
So, during this week, I’m realizing that I’ve come so far and I know how to course correct.
I’m on a mission to help you do the same.
The holidays can increase these feelings of self-doubt and it can really bite you in the butt once January hits. I’m here to help. In fact, I need you, too! Let’s tackle this whole emotional eating thing together.
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT WITH PUPPIES:
Manage your expectations and don’t rush your puppy’s progress. One thing that I firmly stand by is the importance of teaching young dogs a strong work ethic during their first months of life.
That means getting their brain active through learning to work for things that they want, managing their time wisely and in a way where they don’t have access to making certain choices we normally would put a lot of pressure on dogs to stop, and allowing them to experience the world in a neutral and safe way.
There are a lot of people either wanting or providing quick fixes for dogs as young as 3 months old promising things like off leash obedience and a dog you will never need to train again in just 2 or 3 weeks. The problem is that these dogs are still INFANTS. Their brains are developing at such an accelerated rate that the dog you have at 3 months will be NOTHING like the dog you have at 6 months etc etc.. I much prefer to train young dogs in increments and gradually over the span of their puppy hood. The puppy program I’ve designed accomplished exactly that. We start with reward based training to work the brain and teach the dog to connect words to behaviors. We then jump into leash pressure communication to establish a bit higher of a degree of control under some distractions. Finally after everything is taught we jump into remote collar work to finish off all of the behaviors that dog already knows (typically starting this right at 6 months). This is Donny, he is 5 sessions in and is a prime example of what we like to see with young dog of only 4 months.
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