On dealing with weight loss information overload . . . We live in a world where it’s easier than ever to access information. When it comes to facts, research, and theories about nutrition, there’s more than enough available to overwhelm your brain. How do you sort it out? How do you decide what to eat? … Read More
When I feel stuck, there is a simple ritual I like to do (when I’m not so stuck that I forget to do it). By simple I mean really simple. Because when I’m feeling stuck or overloaded or overwhelmed, a complicated plan of attack is just not going to happen. So here’s the ritual. I … Read More
The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. I love this quote by Eleanor Roosevelt and I had fun creating the image above (we just installed a nifty new feature that should allow you to click on it and pin it to Pinterest if you are so inclined!). Here’s the … Read More
On September 5, I’m hosting a no-cost training event where I’ll be sharing my views on the truth about emotional eating and overeating and how to break free from struggles with food and weight. I’ll be addressing many of the questions and challenges many of you shared with me in a recent survey and you’ll be able to attend this event from anywhere in the world—by phone, Skype, or via your internet connection.
Busy successful women may talk about their weight or complain about not making it to the gym, but the pain of feeling ineffective or trapped in vicious cycles with emotional eating or stress, or feeling scared that you can’t take control of this area of your life is often a topic successful women keep to themselves.