I feel like food cravings are quite a popular topic among the health and fitness world. And the similar messages that are seen across social media are these:-Drink water when hungry.-Plan meals.-Eat more protein.-Distract yourself during the craving.-Get rid of all junk food from your house.-Chew gum.-Go for a walk.-Eat something healthy.-Don't grocery shop when … Continue reading How to curve food cravings
When I say your weight isn’t the issue, I mean your weight truly isn’t the issue. Society, fitness experts, medical professionals, and weight loss programs want you to believe that your weight is the golden ticket to your self acceptance, to your happiness, and to all your successes in life. It just. isn’t. true. How many times have … Continue reading Your Weight Isn’t the Issue
How many times do you look in the mirror, or pinch your belly fat, or weigh yourself, or ask others for assurance about your appearance? All of those are examples of body checking- the obsessive or constant monitoring of one's appearance. This often times starts at a very young age and becomes an unconscious habit … Continue reading Body Checking: what is it and how to break free from it
Have you ever said to yourself, "I'll like my body when_____" or "If I only looked like_____" or "I'll like myself when I get to ____pant size or a certain weight" I used to say these things ALL the time! I thought I accepted myself, but I found that I only did IF I looked … Continue reading How to finally find self acceptance and body respect
Who hates the thought of being uncomfortable? Do the feelings of fear, anxiousness, overwhelm, and nervousness send you running for the hills? I definitely don't like them either! We tend to become 'comfortable' in the life we've made for ourselves, even if it no longer serves us anymore. Why? Because we know it, we get … Continue reading Why getting uncomfortable leads to food FREEDOM!