Our bodies are SO good about telling us what it wants, but sometimes we aren't that great at listening. Alllllll month long we have been talking about really focusing on what our bodies are telling us and intuitive eating.
I'm going to let you in on a little secret: I actually don't like the term intuitive eating. My take is to be intentional, not intuitive because some people can’t trust their intuition. Listen to this week’s podcast to know why I don’t love all the steps, and how I put my own spin on these steps.
I want you to be more intentional and mindful about what you put into your body. The type of food we eat impacts our overall health -- both mentally AND physically.
Did you know food was so powerful?
The goal here is nourishment for your body. Here are 10 steps to get started:
One problem that I have ran into hundreds of times is wanting to make a meal that is good for my body, but feeling like there is NO time in the day. I know I'm not alone in feeling this, in fact, I've helped countless clients get back into fixing meals (while maintaining a busy, busy schedule) with THREE ingredients or less!
Food is the power tool in your self love tool box that can go from making you feel blah and unenergized, to feeling refreshed and ready to take on the day!
We're busy people. Between work, to do lists, kids, and allllll of the other responsibilities that keep us on the go, who has time to stop and actually make a meal that is comforting AND enriches our body with all the good things?
Not only is it possible, but enriching your body with nutritious food is a nonnegotiable in self care! There are 8 Self Love Tools, and today we’re talking about the 8th one - Enrich Your Body with Food. Today I’m answering “How do I eat...
Want to know what it's like to join a bike club and where you're the only one who has a beach cruiser complete with a basket and a bell? (I don't know, I never got that far. Find out why...)
Close inner core friendships are the shiznit of life. When you have a few good compadres, the world just seems to click. But how do we meet these people?
On today's podcast, I'm answering the question: Where and How can I meet good A-friends?!
Children easily make friends on the playground or at school. At school dances groups of friends take over the dance floor -- but what about adults? With our busy schedules, jobs, and kids and that to-do list that never ends, where do we find inner-core friends we can feel close with?
I've got answers!
Friendships can be made at aaaaany age. It’s all about figuring out where to meet new people who share your interests.
Remember, it isn’t about who you’ve known the longest. It’s about who walked into your life, said...
Major Depression is one of the most common mental health disorders. Over 17.3 million people are diagnosed each year.
What you may not know is that depression is also often confused with loneliness. And, loneliness is often confused with depression.
Have you felt lonely or depressed? Did you know how to decipher the two?
We’ve all felt lonely in our lives, but chronic loneliness can lead to some serious mental health issues.
Loneliness can feel isolating.
However, loneliness comes to a halt when we build social connections.
There are three main reasons people need people. Besides the increase of mental health and wellness, loading up on love from your inner core helps you:
I talk about all three of these on this week’s Jen and Friend’s Lovecast.
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