My Book is Finally Here!

I've found that the biggest hurdle most clients have is the Diet Mindset that's taken hold of them. They've been stuck hating their bodies and fearing "bad foods" for so long that they don't know any other way!


So I took all of the important mindset work I do with clients and compiled it into an epic resource of a book for you. It is a complete guide to repairing your relationship with food, so you can finally get rid of those diet-mindset shackles and find peace with food for good!

Category Archives for Healthy Eating Skills/Habits

Want to be Healthy and Still Have a Social Life?

I had a client email me recently about how she was “trying to figure out how my social life and my health goals can live in harmony.” Wow. How much do I LOVE that phrasing!? That’s pretty much THE ideal goal, right? We’ve been told for so long that social occasions are huge obstacles to […]

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A Healthy Thanksgiving: 5 Tips to Avoid Getting Over-Stuffed

Last week I wrote about ways to make hosting Thanksgiving a bit easier and less stressful. I hope it was helpful for those of you who will be having everyone over to your house for the holiday! But while only some people host Thanksgiving dinner, everyone EATS Thanksgiving dinner! We tend to love the food, […]

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5 BIG Fat Loss Mistakes that Halt Your Progress, and What To Do Instead!

A good majority of us have attempted fat loss at some point in our lives. Whether we just wanted to lose a couple pounds, or we realized that we’d feel a lot better weighing 100 pounds less, we’ve all been there in one way or another. What’s one of the most common things we experience […]

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How to Let Go of Perfectionism Without Getting Lazy

A new client recently asked an awesome question in our private coaching group: “How do you all set a balance between not being a perfectionist, and not being a perfectionist to the extent that you excuse yourself from everything?” Wow. What a deep question! It’s actually a conundrum that’s near and dear to my heart, […]

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You Don’t Have to Fear Hunger!

Allow me to vent just a tad… There’s been an advertisement on the radio lately for some doctor’s weight loss plan. He states that on his plan you’ll have “no hunger, no cravings” and also “no” to several other things I can’t remember off the top of my head. He also says he can help […]

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Intuitive Eating – Eat Like A Kid Again!

Don’t you sometimes wish you could just be a kid again? I know I do! No worries, no responsibilities, no bills. Just fun, and dreams, and exploration, and loving life! Sounds pretty fabulous, doesn’t it? You get to run around without a care in the world, doing whatever brings you joy right that very moment. And when […]

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Don’t Follow in My Food Footsteps

As parents, we want the best for our kids. We read books and articles about parenting and discipline, potty training and sleeping, etc. When it comes to feeding kids, I think it’s pretty common for the breast vs bottle decision to take up the majority of our focus. But what about what happens after that? […]

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Getting Your Spouse On Board With Healthy Eating

You made a choice to start eating healthier. You planned out a shopping list, bought some nice healthy ingredients, and are all set to cook a fabulous dinner when your spouse comes in, sees the veggies on the counter, makes a face, and says he’s ordering pizza. It doesn’t take much to derail our efforts. […]

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Do Sugary Drinks Cause Weight Gain?

The media always loves to sensationalize, well, everything. Sugary drinks have been demonized for causing weight gain (and sugar-free alternatives have been demonized too). But do sugary drinks really cause weight gain?  I was asked this question recently and I figured it might be a topic others would like to hear about, so I decided […]

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The Biggest Loser – Weight Regain

There was a study making the rounds recently about The Biggest Loser show. The flurry of activity on Facebook and other social media platforms was quick to jump on the “OMG, losing weight completely botched up their metabolisms” bandwagon. Here’s the New York Times article, if you’re interested to read the media’s reporting of the […]

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