5 Steps To Avoid Overeating During This Sit At Home.
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5 Steps To Avoid Overeating During This Sit At Home.

The world is experiencing a global pandemic which is caused by an airborne virus. And the best way we can control it’s spread is by practicing social distancing. 5 Steps To Avoid Overeating During This Sit At Home will help you take your focus off the pandemic and onto staying healthy during this period.

And a lot of us have had to stock up our homes with food which is expected to last for a couple of weeks until it’s safe to go back to our normal lives.

Most countries have asked citizens to stay at home with the expectation that this would actually stop people from contracting the virus from each other. Overeating is very easy, particularly when we are not busy.

5 Steps To Avoid Overeating During This Sit At Home.

  • Step 1: Start your day by putting on your waist trainer. Most ladies are already familiar with the fact that waist training is a good means of toning your waistline and getting an hourglass shape. Your waist trainer does a lot more than just train your waist, it can also help to restrict how much you can eat and often gives you a feeling of being full.
  • Step 2: Follow step 1 with drinking at least 1 liter of water. Water would help fill you up and will stop you from feeling hungry. It also helps you feel satiated.
  • Step 3: No matter what, stay away from your kitchen and refrigerator! Avoiding situations that could remind you of food is a practical way of not eating when you’re not necessarily hungry.
  • Step 4: Get busy! This is the perfect time to read a book/novel, start an online course/training or catch up on some movies that you’ve been too busy to watch. Remember to set out time to also interact with members of your family if you do not live alone.
  • Step 5: Practice self control. Ultimately, self control is what you need to drop old habits or pickup new ones. So this is a good time to develop your self control muscles.

Practice following these steps and I assure you that you will not overeat during this period. Please stay safe😊

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About Oluwakemi Oyefeso

Oluwakemi is a dedicated business owner and lifestyle coach. She started her business out of the passion for providing shapewear that works! She is also the founder of The Kesabeso:: Shape Your Body Community, a fitness and lifestyle community on Facebook. The community, which has over 3000 members, strives to encourage more women to adopt a healthy lifestyle. Apart from overseeing the running of her business, she also works part time as a Freelancer, helping others build their business by offering her services as administrative/ virtual assistant, social media manager, blogging and customer service representative. Before starting her own firm, she worked for over 15 years in various administrative jobs for several organizations, including a financial services company, an upstream oil servicing company, and others. She is the mother of three wonderful children.

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