Tag Archives: motivation

Why Jennifer Avoided Social Situations and How She Stopped

At WonderSlim we love hearing the stories behind how our products helped play a part in supporting the decisions people make for personal improvements in their lives. In the clips below from an interview with Jennifer, a WonderSlim customer, told us her story. She gives the real, raw account of the challenges she faced from… Read More »

Why You Should Avoid Stepping on a Scale Too Often

While studies show that tracking weight leads to higher success rates, tracking too often or inconsistently can give a false sense of failure. If embarking on a weight loss effort and setting a goal, it’s likely that you have some type of tracking mechanism. Whether it’s a notebook or an app that keeps sending notifications to… Read More »

Even Just a Little Weight Loss Yields Big Benefits

When you’re getting started (or re-started) on a weight loss goal, discouragement can seem like it’s always lurking right behind you. Fortunately, there’s good news. Those small results that don’t seem like real progress actually are, according to science. Small Change, Big Gains We know the benefits of getting to a healthy weight. It’s why… Read More »

Practical Dieting Tip: Delay, Don’t Deny, Temptation

The journey to lose weight is complex, and often with more struggle than success. That’s why there are thousands of ‘miracle’ diets, 5-minute workout plans, and mountains of self-help books and blogs. The combination of mental, physical and emotional changes to often long-held habits aren’t usually solved by anything quick and easy. Recently, we suggested that… Read More »

Time to Recommit to New Year’s Resolutions? Here’s How.

For the average American who has embarked on New Year’s Resolutions, statistics for success are not on their side. Less than 10% ultimately achieve their resolutions, with the bulk of the fallout happening during that first month after starting. Within a week, over 25% have failed, and over half have failed by six months, according to 2017… Read More »