Because you want to feel happy, light, and strong today – and for years to come.
Imagine loving your body, every day, without question. Imagine you feel happy and more joyful now, even as you make changes to create the body and life you desire.
You are a powerhouse.
You’re smart, caring, and committed to making your life meaningful. You take care of people with your whole heart, and they tell you that you’re strong and talented, and often come to you for advice.
You’ve got something in you that you want to share with the world, a contribution you want to create, and deep down you know you want the world to see what you have to offer.
But when it comes to your energy, relationship with food, and your body?
Here you STRUGGLE.
You know in your head what you’re “supposed” to eat, but your body seems to be working against you. And you’re sure your thoughts + how you think are part of the problem. You find you’re stuck in thought cycles about how “weak” and “bad” you are – but then fight with those ideas because you know you’re a good, lovable person, dangit! It’s so exhausting!
You try to take time for yourself, cook more, eat right, and exercise, but it just feels like you are at war with your body. And it’s not like you don’t know a thing or two about nutrition. You’re smart, and you’ve read a lot about food, but the experts all say something different. It’s so frustrating! And the diets you’ve tried?
They’re either impossible to stick with because they STILL tell you to count calories (which you’re pretty sure doesn’t work) or don’t really help you heal your gut, hormones, and mood, feel good in your body, OR make life easier.
The “diet gurus” don’t help you love or understand your body, your cravings, your habits, or help you feel better about YOU. And you think you’ve failed them…
And feeling better, more joyful, more free, is what you want. Today. Not at the end of some complicated, deprivation diet plan. Even the things you love to do either don’t fit your schedule, or you’re too hard on yourself to take the time to do them:
Hanging out with your best friends? Not as much as you’d like. You’re tired and feel like you don’t have time or energy to go out, and when you do, you obsess about whether you just said one too many negative things in a row.
Sex? Sex is fun. . .isn’t it?? Sorry, no. Again with the fatigue—and mostly you feel like it’s time for another chewy salted caramel cookie. Plus, there’s almost as much shame in sex as there is in food. It’s hard to enjoy or even think about when you don’t feel good in your own skin.
What’s worse is you’ve got this closet full of clothes that don’t fit, and every time you open the closet you feel another layer of shame pile on, like heavy, wet blankets.