You’re zeroing in on your food freedom (yay!) — it feels so close, but it’s not quite what you imagined it would be. You’re still thinking about food more than you want to and you want to feel “normal” and calm around food. To think about it less, so you can think about OTHER areas of life that matter to you MORE.
This journey can be HARD. Sometimes you feel like you’re winning, other times you may feel like you’re not quite “getting it.” That’s okay. You’re focused on your growth, you’re headed in the direction of creating food freedom and that’s what matters.
You realize there’s room for improvement but you’re not TOO worried about it. You still have hope that things will get better.
You’re pretty good at giving yourself pep-talks and you’re realizing that being more intentional with your thoughts might benefit you. (It will!)
You’re just not QUITE sure what else you should do.
– being super intentional with your thoughts each day and crowding out any thoughts that are no longer serving you
– building your self-trust and confidence
– give yourself the daily permission in your life (and around food!) that you so desire
– live a life that you feel truly proud of
Do you want to feel totally calm around food? Then intuitive eating is for you.
As you start building self-trust around food your self-trust will improve in every other area of your life. It quite literally feels like magic. A ripple effect!
If you’re looking to create:
Then start with the 1-Day FREE Intuitive Eating Guide.
When I’m not waking before the sun to savor coffee with oat milk creamer, or hanging out with my baby girl Selah and our dog Abby…
As a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, I’ve helped hundreds of women — from all walks of life and every corner of the globe — change their lives in the most powerful way imaginable: by learning to trust and be true to themselves.
*I* am here for you.
Try it out for a day (or a week, just print several copies!). As you experiment with the guide, I’ll also send you daily emails for a week to encourage you, share the lessons I learned to help me create food freedom, and help you to move forward.