7 Mind-Shifts to End Depressed Overeating - Tiny Buddha

Here are seven mind-shifts that completely ended my depressed overeating. If you're struggling with eating issues, this may help.

Cesarian birth Q & A: What’s a C section really like?* * *  What will a C section operation feel like? Smell like? Does it really take 5 minutes? Will the baby be shocked? Now I know the answers to all my cesarean questions  http://illustratedguidetolife.com/2014/06/05/whats-a-c-section-cesarean-really-like/  drawing illustration painting graphic: operating theatre operation

What will a C section operation feel like? Smell like? Does it really take 5 minutes? Will the baby be shocked? Now I know the answers to all my cesarean questions What does an operating theatre lo…

Mindfulness walking meditation: Breathe where you live* * *  Philip Cowell walks us round his London locale, and suggests six Mindfulness meditation experiments http://illustratedguidetolife.com/2014/06/02/mindfulness-walking-meditation-breathe-where-you-live/ Illustration drawing print painting: traffic light zebra crossing building railway bridge

Philip Cowell walks us round his London locale, and suggests six Mindfulness meditation experiments London’s trendy old Brixton, it turns out, is a great place to breathe.

Mindfulness standing meditation: How to stand up * * *  Standing up is second nature, if you’re a tree. But as Philip Cowell reflects, mindful standing is a tall order.  http://illustratedguidetolife.com/2014/04/30/standing-meditation-mindfulness-posture/  Trees and a gravel courtyard with a gate and a hedge, Tuscany. Italy

Standing up is second nature, if you’re a tree. But as Philip Cowell reflects, mindful standing is a tall order Can we stop and stare at our own standing up?

Commit #3: An appalling penalty* * *When you take on a challenge, you think you need willpower. You don’t: instead, remove ambivalence by inventing a horrific price for failure  http://illustratedguidetolife.com/2014/03/24/appalling-penalty-commitment/  Drawing illustration of red coat with bird flower embroidery by sans noblesse

When you take on a challenge, you think you need willpower. You don’t: instead, remove ambivalence by inventing a horrific price for failure A challenge is a contract with yourself.

Even in the desert of the soul, you are not alone. * * * Contact page for Laura Eades, Illustrated Guide to Life http://illustratedguidetolife.com/contact/

Even in the desert of the soul, you are not alone. * * * Contact page for Laura Eades, Illustrated Guide to Life http://illustratedguidetolife.com/contact/

I need lots of YouTube 'likes' for my animation! The prize is a $4,000 scholarship. I hope you like it as well as 'like' it because I've drawn it myself. Subscribe to my YouTube channel to see all future handdrawn animations!  http://illustratedguidetolife.com/2014/07/13/animation-scholarship-eating-psychology/

‘Like’ my animation & help me win a scholarship

Dear Autumn,* * *  I’m not always pleased to see you at first, but you grow on me. I didn’t really notice you before I had a babyhttp://illustratedguidetolife.com/2013/10/18/dear-autumn/ Illustration drawing ipad painting: Woman in the rain with buggy cover

I’m not always pleased to see you at first, but you grow on me. I didn’t really notice you before I had a baby Dear Autumn, You really give me a hard time sometimes.

‘Everything is temporary’* * * In the first of our ‘Words that are in me’ series, Godelieve van Eekelen describes how a zen Buddhist phrase gave her hope  http://illustratedguidetolife.com/2014/05/30/words-that-are-in-me-everything-is-temporary/  Illustration drawing print textile pattern: butterfly butterflies leaves sky transient

In the first of our ‘Words that are in me’ series, Godelieve van Eekelen describes how a zen Buddhist phrase gave her hope ‘Everything is temporary’ I hope this phrase doesn…

Miscarriage – in the first trimester of pregnancy* * *We expect ourselves to be rational in the face of a profoundly physical and psychological experience. Give it due time and space. http://illustratedguidetolife.com/2014/03/27/miscarriage/ Illustration design pattern drawing: Cells circles pregnancy

We expect ourselves to be rational in the face of a profoundly physical and psychological experience.

Motherhood: feeling unproductive? * * *Time disappears when you’re with a newborn baby. But wait…http://illustratedguidetolife.com/2014/06/23/motherhood-feeling-unproductive/  Illustration drawing ipad painting dandelions in a vase

Time disappears when you’re with a newborn baby. How unproductive you’re being!

How I started running (with a newborn)* * *   From powerpramming and pelvic floor in the skatepark to pounding the turf for realhttp://illustratedguidetolife.com/2013/11/14/how-i-started-running-with-a-newborn-powerpramming/ Illustration drawing ipad painting: Women running with prams in the park

From powerpramming and pelvic floor in the skatepark to pounding the turf for real I’m an uncompetitive soul My friends would never credit it. Yes, me, the least sporty of us all.

‘Numbing out’ – the opposite of Mindful awareness* * *   Why am I always writing about Mindfulness?  Words from a friend’s email sum up my kind of self-sabotage  http://illustratedguidetolife.com/2014/06/12/numbing-out-why-begin-mindfulness/ Illustration drawing ipad painting: feet on hammock during bodyscan meditation

Why am I always writing about Mindfulness? Words from a friend’s email sum up my kind of self-sabotage * This post is from a series called ‘Words that are in me’ – read mor…

What’s on the horizon on Illustrated Guide to Life?* * *  Apart from typos, that is? And breastmilk fountaining over my macbook pro keyboard? Oh – did I mention that I’m having a baby? Good blog!  http://illustratedguidetolife.com/2014/05/11/whats-on-the-horizon-on-illustrated-guide-to-life/  Illustration painting print drawing: Sailing boat on a calm sea

What’s on the horizon on Illustrated Guide to Life?

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