A practical approach to prevent avoidance

A practical approach to prevent avoidance

I recently wrote about my tendency to avoid my to dos—especially when there are a lot of them. In working through this, I identified that I often allow myself to be motivated by the potential consequences of not doing something, rather than the benefits of doing it!...

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Emotional eating & avoidance

Emotional eating & avoidance

At the beginning of this year, I was talking with my coach about my never-ending list of to-dos. During this conversation, it quickly became clear I was expending a lot of energy avoiding the things I needed to do. I was avoiding writing emails. I was avoiding...

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Are people stressing you out?

Are people stressing you out?

For the last two months I’ve talked A LOT about food and feelings. I’ve written about feeling the way you want to feel. I’ve written about the negative side effects (namely emotional eating) of staying stuck in a storm of lousy feelings. But there's one BIG thing I...

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Stressful workouts are counterproductive (Here’s why!)

Stressful workouts are counterproductive (Here’s why!)

Have you ever heard someone say something like “you’ll never regret a workout? I’m not entirely sure I agree with this logic. An hour spent desperately wishing you were doing something else isn’t my idea of time well spent. A friend of mine recently announced that she...

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An open letter to women struggling with food…

An open letter to women struggling with food…

This is for you: the woman who has been taught to fight. You fought your way through school. You fought your way through your career. You fought with your body, and the world says you’re more successful for it. This is for you: the woman who has been taught to deny....

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I went from numbing out on Krispy Kreme donuts and XL pizzas to a balanced relationship with food. Sometimes it’s pizza and sometimes it’s kale, but whatever it is, it’s something I choose because it’s good for my body, my soul, or both.

Like any beautiful relationship, my repaired relationship with food required time, effort, and a lot of support. If you’re ready to make an investment in repairing your relationship with food, let’s talk.

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