Have you heard of the
Worth & Wellness Journal?
Written by Amy Latta, the Worth and Wellness Journal is a 30-day workout plan, nutrition guide, self-care advisor, and therapist designed to help you discover why you self-sabotage your own weight loss goals.
The Tag Line:
Circumstances > Thoughts > Feelings > Actions > Results = This is the heart of why we do what we do.
Sounds good, right?
From the Author:
How many diet plans have you started, only to bail after a few weeks? How many times have you chosen the couch over the gym? Why do we self-sabotage when we know what we want to change? Most of us have the health and fitness knowledge we need to succeed but lack the tools for the mindset shift needed to effect real change.
This journal provides practical nutrition, fitness, and self-care tips for better wellness, and daily writing prompts to help you become more aware of the thoughts and feelings affecting your mindset. Because awareness is the key to changing your mindset and changing your body.
as found on Amazon.com
Circumstances -> Thoughts -> Feelings -> Actions -> Results This is the heart of why we do what we do.
Sounds easy, right? WRONG! Just making excuses for why we overeat or fail to exercise doesn’t make them the right reasons. Finding the true causes for our self-sabotage can help us stop those self-sabotaging behaviors. Amy Latta has taken the very simple concept of journaling, which is all to often overcomplicated by others, and kept it simple. This easy to read, one page a day journal helps keep you motivated to eat healthier and get in your daily exercise all while asking thought-provoking questions, helping you get to the bottom of why you’re not doing those things naturally anyway. The only negative thing I can say about this book is that I wish it was longer. Thirty days of motivation is great, but sometimes it takes longer for change to be effective and for it to become routine in our daily lives. I think a sixty or ninety-day journal would have been even better.