Years ago, I woke up every morning, stripped-down, stepped on the scale and let the tiny little LED numbers that flashed across the scale dictate my entire life. No matter the number that was reflected by my gravitational pull to this Earth, whether it was up 1 pound, or down 1/2 a pound, I’d feel like I wasn’t enough. Like I wasn’t working out hard enough, like I wasn’t eating clean enough, like I hadn’t hit my macros well enough. It wasn’t until I decided to break up with the food and weight scale, take back the control of how I felt about myself and my body did I start to feel normal around food and finally at peace with my body. My mysterious stomach pain that had plagued my life for years vanished, I actually remembered hanging out with friends because I wasn’t so in my head about the food in front of me, and I developed a better relationship with food, my body, and exercise.

Prior to this, I perceived my struggle as being tied to my weight for over 10 years. I had tried every diet under the sun attempting to shed the unwanted extra weight I thought I needed to lose. I obsessed about what food I “should” eat and what food I “shouldn’t” eat and listened to every nutrition guru out there telling me that MY body needed to lose weight. My mind was overrun by thoughts of calories, macros, how much food I’ve already eaten in a day, how much more I was willing to allow myself to eat, and often thinking about my next meal while still eating my current meal. This restrict-binge-over exercise-restrict cycle was my entire life. I let my confidence in myself be run by the number I saw on the scale every morning and I let the size of my jeans dictate my self-worth.

I finally reached my breaking point where I was crying constantly, wondering how could I eat “so clean” and still look like I do? How could I exercise an hour a day, 6 days a week, and still feel like I wasn’t worthy?

It wasn’t until I let go of food rules, stopped obsessing about the number on the scale or the size of my jeans, until I quit punishing my body for not being smaller, that I found true happiness in myself and found food freedom. And I want this for you!

If you relate to this story, I have a solution for you. In my signature 1:1 coaching program, Babes Who Eat, you will explore the three pillars to heath:

• FOOD: How important food and nutrition and actually listening to your body’s cues is to achieving your health goals

• BODY: How the way we speak to our body and ourselves has a major impact on our health, and how it can be the difference between reaching our goals and never truly getting there through the exclusive Three M Method™ for easy mindfulness that is a game-changer when it comes to overall health

• MOVEMENT: How the relationship you have with exercise, or as I call it movement, affects how you show up to it. How when you look forward to movement, instead of dreading it or forcing yourself to do it because you “need to make up for x,y,z”, your entire perspective shifts and you actually enjoy moving your body

In Babes Who Eat you’ll receive actionable steps that are tailored to YOUR LIFE (not a one-size-fits-all program, because you and I both know, one size NEVER fits all) with tools you can implement that are sustainable and proven to helping you feel at home in your body and normal around food.

Click >>here<< to learn even more and apply to Babes Who Eat™!

Want to try out some of the exact methodologies that women who are in Babes Who Eat™ go through on their journey to heal their relationship with food, their body, and movement? Head over to my Bonuses Page to grab downloads that cover each of the pillars of health we work through in Babes Who Eat™.

Not sure if Babes Who Eat™ is for you? You can book at 30-minute consultation >>here<<. We’ll discuss where you are at in your health journey, identify your goals in relation to your health, and identify what’s stopping you from getting there!