Statistically speaking, you would have ditched your January resolutions by now and probably already slipped back into old patterns. Amirite? That’s okay, you are not alone and if you are reading this, you can start again. Continue reading “Goal setting and the 8%”
I’m currently eating my feelings after an argument with my husband. They’re Smart Bite biscuits and I have tracked them on MyFitnessPal, but I’m still using my victim brain to justify my behaviour and I’m willing to bet that you do this too. Continue reading “Help! I’m an Ego Maniac”
There is a pretty good chance that you have the same problem as I do, you probably have a case of the When I Haves. That’s okay because it seems like everyone does. Continue reading “Letting go of the “When I Have””
I had a nervous breakdown last week. Not the dramatic kind that you tell your husband you’re having when the kids misbehave, but the legitimate kind that your doctor diagnoses you with. Continue reading “Lessons in letting go”
To say that this week has been the worst yet is an understatement. Over the weekend, we suffered the loss of the pillar of my family and it has devastated us all. I’m not ready to talk about it yet, but I do want to share what it woke up in me. Continue reading “Life lessons in a bath towel”
I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t love what my momma gave me all the time, and that’s 100% okay! You don’t have to love your body all the time either, and here is why. Continue reading “Spoiler Alert: You don’t have to love your body all the time”
The other day I was talking to a dear friend of mine who has asked me to help with her weight loss journey. After she sent through her before photos, she launched into a tirade of negative comments about herself and her body and it made me sad. The familiarity of her self-loathing ticks so many boxes that we all have and it made me want to flip the negativity off-switch.