For the second week of our Halloween themed emails, I share how a line from my favorite horror movie reminds me of the current diet industry and their shape shifting offerings.
Halloween is a favorite holiday for me. Here I offer some words on how to make this one different.
Sending you much love and good wishes for the new year from Sicily. Please enjoy this video for some thoughts on pleasure and play and what we lose out on when we are trying so hard to fix ourselves.
Hi there! Now that we are at the halfway point of the “holiday eating season,” consider what are your moments of progress, awareness, and growth. In this week’s video I share two of mine and talk about why the magic is truly in the moments. What’s your moment?
Please check out this link for some wonderful items to bid on or simply to donate to support the amazing work done by The Center for Mindful Eating: https://bit.ly/2zuldKY
To my beloved Eat to Love Community: First off, I want to thank you for being part of this group and for committing to (or at least being curious about) transforming your relationship with food and body in ways that are sane, compassionate, and sustainable. The world needs the real you – the person who […]
Want to REALLY make 2015 different? Make it the year you get off the restriction-overeating treadmill Are you still recovering from the indulgence of Thanksgiving and feel ill-equipped to deal with the landslide of holiday parties, banquets, and feasts? Are you already mentally planning your January 2nd juice cleanse, detox, or crash diet? Are you […]
Last week I talked about some of the major pitfalls that seem to make holiday eating especially challenging. They included: Not eating enough Letting ourselves get too hungry Eating according to beliefs and expectations (rather than what’s actually on our plates or in our mouths) Last-supper eating Letting self-care fall through the cracks Please note […]
No one can really know someone else’s relationship with food – even our loved ones. Eating disorders occur in people of all sizes and shapes, in men and women, young and old. And as much as we seem to hear about them today, they are still largely a secret struggle. The holiday season, especially Thanksgiving, […]