I am past the 14-day acceleration phase and I have to admit, I have never been so happy to be wrong. You can read about my initial apprehension in why I started this diet, or the interview with Joel Marion that soothed my fears about the science behind the diet.
I’ve been my own boss for a few years now, and while I’ve come a long way, it hasn’t been a linear process. Trial and error, studying, long nights working and more books than I can count went into building my business. While I’ve worked with different mentors, I wish I had the opportunity to read Russell Brunson’s Traffic Secrets: The Underground Playbook for Filling Your Websites and Funnels with Your Dream Customers a long time ago.
Reading through the Always Eat After 7 PM: The Revolutionary Rule-Breaking Diet That Lets You Enjoy Huge Dinners, Desserts, and Indulgent Snacks—While Burning Fat Overnight by Joel Marion , I started to notice that everything I was hearing sounded almost too good to be true. When I started putting it into practice, however, I realized within a few days that the claims the author made were absolutely realistic. I wrote about my apprehension in the first post as to why this mom is reading Always Eat After 7pm.
Netflix has come a long way since they were essentially streaming whatever content they could license. They are now a huge producer of exclusive content – for better or worse – but sometimes they really knock it out of the park.
In the past, my husband had lost over 200 pounds with a ketogenic diet, and he is always excited to help other people on that journey. Not me, however – I cannot stomach the idea avoiding carbs and the diet always just felt extremely restrictive.
As a parent, I’m always trying to find a way to encourage learning in my kids. My son is in kindergarten and he’s great at math and reading, but homework is a struggle. He just gets antsy and I totally understand, as I think we all can; after a long day of learning, who wants to do more school?