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Candy is bad … for the most part?

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Over Thanksgiving break I heard a woman say offhand …   ‘I can’tĀ eat after 8pm otherwise I’ll gain weight’   So I wanted to ask you, would you say candy is good or bad?   Pause. This shouldn’t a hard question (and it’ll tie back into thxgiving I promise) …   But why is Jared […]

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Instagram Musing #1

haircut

Ever since I started loving myself more, I’ve started playing more with my hair. Growing up I hated my hair! Was afraid of the curls But then @cutswithdang helped me realize … I was thinking too simplistically šŸ¤£ Duh! I could just keep some hair long and some hair short. Do you feel more enlightened […]

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Stop binge eating 3 steps 2 min testimonial video

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This is a beautifulĀ Stop Binge Eating ‘teaching testimonial’Ā I recently filmed with a client. I call this a ‘teaching testimonial’ because not only does this woman share her story … But she shares her 3 steps to stop overeating. 1st – Stop The Clean Plate. A clean plate refers to the belief or value that you […]

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My altar at home

intuitive eating

My altar at home. On the left a quote by Marianne Williamson “our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves “who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, and fabulous?” […]

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Do not feel guilty after thxgiving

Get rid of obsessive food thoughts

Alright!   Day after thanksgiving I want to talk about NOT feeling guilty.   Because I re-discovered a crazy pattern about compulsive behavior while I was traveling in Guatemala …   See,Ā I was traveling in Guatemala with my old labtop…   But my old labtop wouldn’t let me connect to the internet!   Trust me, […]

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So how do you intuitively eat?

keep track of what you eat

So how do you intuitively eat? Well, just yesterday I sat down with a client and he had a few very specific questions I want to give answers to. Because if one person has questions then so do more. But first, the key insight this client had … Was that hunger is not the same […]

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