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Get Accountability, Motivation & Support from a positive community of women in building healthy habits & a positive body image in 6 weeks!
Eat To Lose Weight Online Course Starts January 9th 2017!
Learn How To Eat to Lose Weight For Good Without Ever Counting Calories, Increase Your Self Esteem & Feel Better Inside & Out!
Get 8 Weeks of Videos, PDF Reference Guides, a Food Journal, Weekly Assignments & Implementation Plan with the option to add-on Group Coaching for additional accountability & motivational support!
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It's here, it's here, it's officially here!
The months of work I put into this program creating videos, reference guides, weekly assignments and a rockstar implementation plan have finally paid off!
This year I've worked with a lot of clients who have experienced amazing improvements in their health and wellness through my online coaching. I work together with my clients as a teammate to tackle their health issues and create a plan to address the threats to their health - lack of planning, lack of knowledge, lack of motivation, cravings, low energy, lack of self esteem, and more!
I am a yo yo dieter! I have lost and regained weight too many times to count! I lose motivation once I've lost the weight. And I think that is because I have never learned to lose weight correctly. To me it has always been a chore. I want it to become a lifestyle.
My response -> Motivation is lacking because you don't like what you're doing. To make it a lifestyle, you need to build healthy habits slowly.
Love your site and your email updates. I love many of your recipes. You along with MyFitnessPal helped me to lose my weight. 55#. Now I have to maintain.
I have lost my weight with your help. I am trying to maintain. Harder than losing!
I have a very busy and demanding job as a manager. Finding time to workout is #1. I typically work from 7am until 6 and often later. My workouts usually happen on the weekend. Secondly, avoiding office goodies. Most of the time I can but then 3pm rolls around and dang sometimes I give in!
How To Avoid The Office Treats
Avoiding office treats doesn't involve running in the opposite direction to hide, drinking more water or eating more vegetables. Sure, you can do any or all of those things, but chances are they're not going to help you that much. You're ability to resist will only last so long before you cave.
That's why you need to have a plan!
How do you deal with office goodies? Why do you think it is so hard to avoid them? P.S. it never has anything to do with the actual food.
Someone I know recently opened up to me about coping with weight gain fear. She lost significant weight and was very worried about gaining it back to the point that it was taking over her life. Her email was one of desperation and anxiety. A cry for help.
This is a feeling I know all too well after losing 80 pounds. For years post my weight loss, I had constant fears of gaining the weight back. Honestly, I wish there were a magic pill to remove that fear but unfortunately there isn’t.
What most people don’t realize, is how easy losing weight once you commit to it. The hard part is learning to have a positive body image and healthy relationship with food, which means coping with weight gain fear.
Every day my fear of gaining weight consumes me. After losing 80 pounds, I’ve finally figured out how to be live beyond the scale & stop obsessing over my weight.
Six years ago I lost 80 pounds and to this day I worry about my weight. Looking back on my 80 pound weight loss, I realize now losing weight was the easy part. Being in maintenance is a thousand times harder. Even after six years, I still have a fear of gaining weight, and that’s a fear I struggle with to this day.
I sure like my sweets, and this is the time of year when all the sugary temptation begins. It all starts with Halloween, but not to worry I have 10 Tricks To Beat The Halloween Treats for you!
My worse nightmare that’s not induced by watching a horror film is gaining weight from too many tempting treats. While I have the best intentions to eat one or two of those bit-sized candies, I somehow end up scarfing down a lot more. Sound familiar? The good news is I’ve learned a few tricks to beating the treats and avoiding unnecessary pounds!