We can get so attached to numbers. We attach soooo much significance to what they represent and we can base our feelings on a number. A number on the scale can literally make or break someone’s day, maybe yours? If you can relate or you know someone who can relate, you wanna read this…
I’ve been feeling a bit lacklustre lately. There’s been a bit of self-doubt and insecurity in the waters. Do you feel like that at times too? But anyway, in putting fingers to keyboard on the matter I discovered something…
You can sign up for the Energize Challenge beginning on Saturday 21 Feb 2015. Go on a self-explorative journey and see what amazing energy you can unlock. We’ll work on your inner beauty by addressing your relationship with food, dieting, stress or body image. It’s really a different experience, give it a try!
So you don’t have a flat tummy? Don’t have pins like Twiggy? Don’t have *fill in the blank*? Therefore your life is over right?… Maybe not, sister. Maybe you should read this…
This is a *Guest Post* for my friend and amazing woman Sonja Gardiner at www.sonjagardinernutrition.com. Be sure to check out her website and connect with her, she’s got awesome tips and a whole lotta wisdom to share with us all! (this post is republished on Body Meets Mind to help spread the love xx)
It’s a new year ahead! What a great time to try new things and turn over a new leaf. If you want to up your game in 2015 I have ONE AWESOME TIP for you. And TWO ways to practice it. C’mon and find out…
It’s that time of the year when we’re surrounded by laughter, merriness, puddings and fruit mince pies. It’s a great time of the year. But do you know what’s just around the corner?… New Year’s Resolutions. Then New Year’s Resolutions being broken.
Learn yourself some life-chaning mindsets that will keep you above the silly vicious cycle of losing weight, gaining weight, feeling heavy and only showing up 50% in life.
Often people ask… if I eat Paleo or Primal, gluten free or dairy free… While these labels can be helpful for others to relate to, it kind of misses the true spirit behind eating and nourishment. Most people view food very narrowly – it’s either good for you or it’s bad for you. It either
The “latest research” can be a battleground of beliefs and theories, all fighting for your buy-in and assuring you that “this time” they got it right. You hear something different today, OK. You hear something different tomorrow, fine. But for the n’th time you hear yet another different thing, you’ve just had it. Who the heck do I listen to? Well actually, it’s YOU.
Do you say to yourself “I can only be happy after I lose some weight?”
What do you think will change after you lose the weight? How will losing weight make you any happier?
It might be time to re-consider this toxic belief you’re holding.