Do you remember the time in 1988 when Oprah Winfrey lost weight, and in her tiny body trapped in some very tight jeans, pulled a wagon full of fat onto the stage of her show? The fat in the wagon represented the 67 pounds of fat she had dieted off her body. If you weren’t… Continue reading Does it have to be so hard?
Have you ever thought about how contracted and single focused a weight loss diet is? While they lead you to believe they are here to help you, the truth is the only thing they’re capable of doing is making you and your body feel miserable. In order for you to allow a diet into your… Continue reading Finding Your Unique Weight
In my article “Are You Accidentally Gaining Weight” I wrote about weight loss diets and how I believe they fail women. If you and I were sitting across from each other having a conversation, you would be able to see how truly passionate I am about this topic. I’m passionate because I believe it’s time… Continue reading Are You Giving Your Power Away to a Diet?
When I was 21, I went on my first weight loss diet. I wasn’t personally looking to lose weight, but a friend wanted to lose a few pounds and asked me to join him. Little did I know that I was setting myself up for a 40 year battle with yo-yo dieting and body hate.… Continue reading Are you accidentally gaining weight?
This is what I know to be true. We’re not alive on this planet to be on a weight loss diet, we weren’t given bodies to try and control them. We are, in fact, amazingly beautiful beyond even our wildest imagination. We carry the light of Source – love consciousness within us. Going on a… Continue reading An Expansive Way of Being
Can you recall a time you enjoyed your weight? A time when you hopped onto the scale with delight and when you got off you felt all tingly with excitement? No? I don’t think you’re alone. I recall times when I’d be feeling pretty good and then I’d get onto the scale hoping I’d see… Continue reading Cultivate a Nourishing Relationship
Recently I found myself standing at the refrigerator thinking I was hungry even though I had eaten only an hour or so earlier. How could I be hungry? Sometimes what we call being ‘hungry’ is really feeling ‘not full’ and there’s a difference I’d like to explore with you. If, when you sit down to… Continue reading Making Room for Life