Category: Weight Loss

My Pregnancy Survival Guide

My Pregnancy Survival Guide

5 tips to survive and thrive through your pregnancy.

Top 12 Things I have learned about diets in the past 30 years

Top 12 Things I have learned about diets in the past 30 years

I have waved the white flag on dieting.  Here is what I have learned the past 30 years of having a dysfunctional relationship with food and distorted body-image. Diets are designed to fail from the minute you start them. This is true because any sort […]

I am waving the white flag of fighting my weight and living the diet mentality

I am waving the white flag of fighting my weight and living the diet mentality

I am done, D.O.N.E. thinking about weight loss. I just can’t do it anymore. I’m waving the white flag on the diet mentality.

Satisfied with your body?

Satisfied with your body?

Body satisfaction – how are we doing?

This is my weight loss self-sabotage

This is my weight loss self-sabotage

Whenever I lose some pounds, I gain some back and I feel like I am sabotaging myself! I want to make a permanent change in my thought process.

I’ve gained weight

I’ve gained weight

Confession: I’ve gained weight. I’m not going to crash diet or even obsess and stress, but I do want to feel better in my skin and clothes. Here’s what I plan to do.

7 things I have learned after having a stylist for a year

7 things I have learned after having a stylist for a year

It’s been a year of working with my stylist. Here are 7 things I have learned.

How I got body confidence, even after having twins and the tummy to prove it

How I got body confidence, even after having twins and the tummy to prove it

Having kids means I basically have a mirror put in front of my face just about every minute I am in their presence. This truly forces me to accept (and even love) my body… even with a post-twin pregnancy tummy.

Part 4 of 4: 15 Key Lessons I Learned from Intuitive Eating

Part 4 of 4: 15 Key Lessons I Learned from Intuitive Eating

If you don’t have time to read all 4 parts of this series, here is a snapshot of some of the key lessons I learned about intuitive eating. I am happy to report I finally broke free of the dieter’s mentality and still manage to fit into my clothing! It’s a happy place to be.

Part 3 of 4: Putting an end to emotional eating

Part 3 of 4: Putting an end to emotional eating

I once heard excess weight is not about what you are eating but what’s eating you. To become an intuitive eater, I must first acknowledge the fact I cope with feeling bored or anxious by eating. I had to find ways to cope with these feelings in a different way than heading toward the kitchen. Truly, my hope is my daughters will sidestep the diet/weight trap I feel every woman gets tripped up with at some point. Read on to learn more.

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