Are you ready to write your own food rules so you never have to follow a diet again – like, ever?

Then you’ve come to the right place.

Everything you’ve ever been told about how to eat healthy, achieve body confidence, and reach your ideal weight is bullsh*t.
Fad diets and weight loss programs promised you many things. But none of them delivered.
They left you crying on the bathroom floor wondering what went wrong (again).

That’s not how I roll babycakes.

The truth is, you’ve had the power to create a lasting, effortless relationship with food and your body all along.

I help hundreds of high-performing women (like you) do this for themselves in a way that lasts a lifetime.

So they never have to rely on willpower or strict methods of eating ever again.

Ready to ditch the diet with me?

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    Choosing to Love Your Body

    Choosing to Love Your Body

    It’s fairly uncommon to meet a woman in our society who genuinely loves her body. Where she loves every aspect of her body unconditionally. And doesn’t judge or criticize it, but seeks to care for it in the best way possible. If you’re having trouble doing this for...

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    What the Never-Ending Dieting Cycle Looks Like

    What the Never-Ending Dieting Cycle Looks Like

    The majority of women living in our society know what it’s like to diet. Meaning, most women you meet will know the feeling of placing restrictive food rules on themselves to change their bodies. It goes without saying that this rarely works out. These women usually...

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    The Definition of Healthy Eating

    The Definition of Healthy Eating

    There’s no question that it can be difficult to define exactly what it means to “eat healthy”. We are constantly being presented with a bazillion ways to eat healthy and optimize our health. Every single year, more diets, health fads, and nutritional articles are...

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    The Truth About Food and Weight Loss

    The Truth About Food and Weight Loss

    Most women on the journey towards healthier eating have one goal in mind: to lose a certain number of pounds. They want to eat a certain way so they can see the external results with their body that they desire. And, who can blame women for doing this? We live in a...

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    When You Should (And Shouldn’t) Focus on Nutrition

    When You Should (And Shouldn’t) Focus on Nutrition

    Proper nutrition is one of the most heavily debated topics in the health community. There’s so much conflicting information about what’s “healthy vs. unhealthy”, it’s enough to make your head spin. This causes many women to become overwhelmed when trying to form...

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    11 Reasons Why You Experience Cravings

    11 Reasons Why You Experience Cravings

    In terms of the women I have the pleasure of working with, one of the most common struggles they experience is unpredictable cravings. Which leaves them feeling unworthy, helpless, and incapable of eating healthy. This is understandable, as dealing with unhealthy food...

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    5 Signs You’re Afraid to Eat Mindfully

    5 Signs You’re Afraid to Eat Mindfully

    The journey towards mindful eating mastery is fairly simple. It’s based on the idea that you learn to eat as nature intended. By forming an in-tune relationship with your mind and body so you can eat healthfully, while still enjoying indulgences from time to time. In...

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    How to Tell If You’re Dieting in Disguise

    How to Tell If You’re Dieting in Disguise

    If you’re like most women, you’ve attempted at least one diet in your lifetime. Meaning, you’ve placed restrictive food rules on yourself in hopes of losing weight. Only to realize that those food rules weren’t sustainable in the long-term. As a result,  you may have...

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    Why You Can’t Stick to Strict Food Rules

    Why You Can’t Stick to Strict Food Rules

    The first question I normally get asked from women I coach is, “how do I eat healthy?”. This usually leads to me explaining how to cultivate a fine-tuned, loving relationship with food. Some of these women stop me and say, “Oh, no. I mean, what do I need to eat?”. I...

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