Food Confidence Coaching Signature Sessions
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You get one life. You get one chance. Stop standing in your own way and find a way around the obstacles that are keeping you from losing weight or seeing beauty when you look in the mirror. You are special and worthy.
Conquer your never-ending battle with food and come to a place of peace.
Food is fuel and your lifeline. Are you confident in the food choices you're making?
- Can you eat that piece of pizza?
- Do you know how to honor what your body needs?
- What foods give you energy?
- What nutrients does your body thrive on?
Information on diets, nutrients and "good for you" foods is overwhelming. Everyone has a different approach and follows a different dietary paradigm. Confidence to make the right decision around the food we eat empowers you to be at your best and consciously choose the food you need.
Society is stuck on the "diet" band wagon. I'll help you jump off that wagon and begin to trust your body's natural intuition - giving you complete confidence in the food you choose to eat, how much you eat and when you eat.
My food confidence custom program is built on education, support, accountability, and gentle stretch that will help you make the small steps needed to build and maintain a healthier, more balanced relationship with food.
How much time, money and energy has been invested in "quick fixes", diets, workouts, trainers, gyms, even surgeries? An investment in coaching is an investment in your overall quality of life.
It's time to make a change. If you're ready to take control and gain confidence in your food choices, I'll develop a custom plan for you.
Can you imagine a life where food doesn't speak to your deepest fears anymore and instead becomes a source of fuel and pleasure? I can and I do, and it's wonderful.
I'm saying yes because I want to eat without guilt.
Mom guilt is a real thing. We spend so much time taking care of little humans, we forget to take time for ourselves. Don’t let mom guilt run away with you. Tips to take time for yourself.
It’s hard to understand and manage high expectations. I have high expectations for my birthday every year. I love my birthday. I always say that your birthday is the only day the truly focuses on just YOU. Every other holiday is spent focusing on other things or celebrating for different reasons. Your birthday is all about you; unique and wonderful you.
I started at a new company about 5 years ago. I have always had friends at work and decorated their desks on their birthday, brought them a card or did something to make them feel ultimately special. I think it’s important.
But at this new company, I didn’t really have friends. So, for the first 3 years that I was there, my desk never got decorated and nobody at work even acknowledged it was my birthday. Every year, I went home disappointed and let down.
To achieve self-awareness, here’s the best advice I can give to you. Always stay true to yourself. There’s so much crap filtering into our brains on a daily basis, sometimes it’s hard to distinguish our real thoughts from the thoughts we’re hearing and believing from others.
We’ve become so ingrained to listen to what is trending, and what we should be promoting about ourselves through social media at large that we’re all hopping on the “self-help” bandwagon and showcasing of our best traits to the world.
With this boom in the promotion of self-awareness and personal transformation, I wonder if we aren’t – in the process, actually giving up MORE of our identity to societal expectations.
When you begin to feel tired or have a lack of energy, you begin to start making poor decisions. It’s harder to simply focus, let alone make decisions that are comprehensive and fresh. The brain functions better after being stimulated – either physically or mentally.
Have you ever noticed that when you’re in a negative mind-set, it is so easy to latch on to the negative energy around you? It’s really hard to be positive all the time, especially if you already have negative vibes and tones in your brain. Personally, when I am in a negative mind-set, I find myself much more judgmental – not just about other people, but about myself, too.
Society dictates that unless we are fit and have washboard abs, we can’t wear a bikini. If we have a healthy rear end, then we should definitely be wearing boy shorts. Dreaded cellulite (that everyone woman has??) – cover that up with a skirt.
Why? Who’s perfect, and who’s deeming what’s perfect? Perfect is being perfectly imperfect and accepting that you are.
The .01% of the population who are runway models don’t – obviously -- make up the majority. The average size of the women’s population is not a 4 or a 6, or even an 8. Right now, the average size of American women, depending on the sources you read, is between 14 and 18.
According to dictionary.com, we achieve success when we reach our desired goals and outcomes. It’s successful when other’s recognize and appreciate what we have done.
But, many times, we don’t achieve the desired outcome. Or the end doesn’t even seem near, let alone attainable. The things we do on a daily basis that we really want to succeed with, are bigger than we are; and it’s not about reaching the end.
Guess what, when we sound out the word “success”, the first syllable sounds like “suck”.
And you know what, almost 99% of the time, we have to suck before we can succeed.
It’s Valentine’s month. It’s the month of hearts, flowers, candy and cards. We get to shower the ones we love with gifts and grand displays of affection. We want them to know how much we love them.
So, what did you buy yourself?
Wait, you don’t buy yourself anything for Valentine’s Day? Why not? I think I can answer that. It’s because you don’t think of yourself as someone you love. You think about yourself as flawed, and imperfect and in constant need for improvement.
Why are we our biggest critics? Why do we autocorrect when someone gives us a compliment?
Recovery from the passing of a loved one is something that often takes months to even begin. Throughout the whole bereavement process, you can experience sleeplessness, loneliness, and depression.
Getting more sleep can really make a difference in taking care of yourself and helping yourself move through your grief. If you’re struggling with sleep, here are a few ways you can improve it.
What would the world be like right now if we, as adults, could as effortlessly accept new people into our lives with open arms.
But we can't. We've been jaded, burned and hurt. We've had our fair share of gossip, that we have both been on the giving and receiving end of.
Do you smile at a stranger when they pass you by? Have you ever noticed how many people don't look you in the eye and smile?
Congratulations. You've effectively created a safe life built around what everyone else thinks and nowhere close to what you really want.
What does happen if you do B+ work? But you do so much of it that all of a sudden, you're becoming a known name in your field? What if you start getting the attention of others because you're now on the radar.
Ponder this one...What if your B+ work is ACTUALLY most other's A+ work?