Posts tagged diet coach
Sometimes you just need to DO THE THING!

And I feel like at this point in my life, my health, and my career, it's time to just DO THE THING. And I'm completing my first WHOLE 30 with the intention of releasing the eating habits that I feel "addicted to" and to figure out exactly which foods I'm sensitive to with a proper reintroduction plan (more on that later).

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My Crazy Self-Inflicted Eating Plan for January

This month, I needed to give my body a break. I was finding that not only was I struggling with some digestive distress that needed healing, but that I was really addicted to certain foods and I wanted a clean break. Now, it’s only day 4, so I may be coming to you in a week totally cranky and freaking out in “need” of some type of cheese or chocolate, but at the moment, I’m doing alright.

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What's Really Holding You Back From What You Really Want?

Did you ever know someone who was unhappy with a part of their life, that most likely, they had the power to change or improve, but they seemed to do nothing about it? Year in and year out, the same frustrations and complaints about their weight, their energy, maybe how much they hate their job or are challenged constantly by their relationships?

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How to Create Accountability with Your Diet

Sometimes we think we are being really “good” or eating the way we want to be, but what we’re really doing is thinking about it often, feeling guilty, thinking about what we should be doing, and then arguing with ourselves for not following through. Having a food diary can help bring awareness to your eating and daily lifestyle habits.

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Health Coaches Aren't Perfect Either

We are not perfect. Parents are not perfect. Health coaches and nutritionists are not perfect either. I drink wine, I sometimes eat pizza (yes, with like real, gluten-laden crust), my three-year-old is the exact picky-on-the-go-eater I never thought I'd have, and I have created every angle of my online business, by myself, the long way, the hard way, and it's very far from perfect.

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