I hear it all the time... "I want to improve my relationship with food" I hear from clients, prospective clients, on social media, friends, and even strangers. When I noticed how much I hear that, I stopped for a moment to reflect and understand what that really means to me. So, first I looked up the definition of the word relationship. The definition is: the way in which two or more people or things are connected, or the state of being connected. The definition of connection
Seriously. You can just stop believing that. I found out that we have free will when it comes to what we believe. We can believe whatever we want to believe about ourselves. It’s free. It’s empowering. It changes everything. You don’t have to ask permission or have any evidence for what you believe. You just choose. Here are some of my recommendations: Stop believing… That you can’t do the thing you love. That you aren’t good enough. That what other people think about you rea
Have you ever thought: "But it's too hard" ?
My brain thinks that all the time.
For over a decade I was a yo-yo dieter with a yo-yo body.
Winter I was fat, summer I was slim.
Autumn I was overeating, spring I was dieting.
And every time I decided to go on a diet to lose weight, my brain was like... but it's too hard. It's too uncomfortable. I can't do it. I don't know what to do. etc...
These type of thoughts are called obstacles thoughts and it's NORMAL.
I lost count how many times I've told myself that now is the time to start a diet and lose weight. I used to have this big vision of how I want to look, how much I want to weigh and the types of clothes I would wear once I get there. I was always thinking in the goal that realistically it was too far away to get it. The focus was on the big goal that I wanted to achieve in 6 months, 12 months that I was forgetting the little daily goals I needed to achieve to get to the end g
Today I want to share a great reminder I've received from my mentor on my mailbox couple weeks ago. Enjoy :) I want to tell you something. And I want you to believe me. I mean it. You're amazing. Just look at you. Look at your life. Not the stuff you use against yourself. But the other stuff. The good stuff. The stuff inside. Your desire to do the good thing. Your desire to be the best human you can. The love you have for the people you love. You forget your worth sometimes.