[VLOG] The Fastest Way to Lose Your Muffin Top

[VLOG] The Fastest Way to Lose Your Muffin Top

Did you know that there are 13 million people in the world who are perpetually dieting?

Doing everyyyything in their power to lose their muffin top. Amongst other things.

And this time of year articles and blogs promoting ways to do just that in 30, 60, 90 days or less are a dime a dozen.

Because of the hardwired belief that to fit the societal beauty standard that we shouldn’t have one.

According to society thinness = beauty = happiness

But let’s flip this on its head for a minute.

[VLOG] Take The Sting Out of Body-Judgments

[VLOG] Take The Sting Out of Body-Judgments

You want to retrain your brain and acknowledge that society has influenced you to view cellulite as “ugly” or your round stomach as “terrible” or your jiggly arms as “disgusting”.

Do you see the power that these types of words carry?

Get really clear on the fact that you weren’t born with these judgements. You were conditioned into believing them. And, if you can back off on that just a little bit and get really clear, really basic, really descriptive and specific things can just be what they are. Without the weight of judgment.

How to Eat Healthy For The Rest of 2017

How to Eat Healthy For The Rest of 2017

The parties, the temptations, the triggers, the purchasing of holiday outfits.

All of it. 

If only the warm, fuzzy feelings of the holidays outweighed food and body stress!

Instead the season can bring on all the feels.

And often times we turn to our go-to way of soothing those feels- by emotionally overeating to to cope with the stress and discomfort. 

[VLOG] Prepare To Learn How To Eat Normally

[VLOG] Prepare To Learn How To Eat Normally

To start let’s loosely define “normal” eating. I want you to think of a person (if you can!) in your life that eats what they want. Without guilt. Without shame. Without hiding in the pantry or burning the evidence. Without beating themselves up or compensating with cutting calories or with exercise the next day. The person who eats when they’re hungry, stops when they’re full and fully allows themselves to indulge their cravings when it will serve their mind, mouth and body.

That’s normal eating.