Goals, imperfection, falling & learning

I'm so delighted today to share with you a guest post, from Liatt Granott - thank you, Liatt! We all have goals for ourselves, which is great. Having goals motivates us to better ourselves, to strive for more for ourselves. But often, these goals such as “I won’t binge any more” do not leave room...

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One question to transform your relationship with food

This is a very simple, yet very profound idea - and it's one that, if asked consistently has the potential to transform your relationship with food, and indeed yourself! What if you were to ask yourself this one question before you eat something. What might happen as a result? Here's the question: Do...

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Do you eat your overwhelm?

Oh boy. Today was a day of overwhelm for me. I haven't experienced that level of overwhelm for a loooong time. Since I had no clients booked in today, I had planned to write my blog post, and do some planning for my upcoming Eating Mindfully course in the morning. In the afternoon I'd planned...

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Planting roses & why ‘positive thinking’ isn’t all it’s cracked up to be

It's not so much that I think 'positive' thinking is a bad thing - it's not destructive or harmful in any way - but I do wonder sometimes how useful it is. If you're believing you're useless and pathetic at say controlling your eating, or that you're an utter failure because you've just finished...

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Do you think ‘I’m fat!’?

I've written before about 'feeling fat' - if you haven't read that yet and you're interested, it's here. In that post I discussed the idea that 'feeling fat' isn't actually a feeling that you can feel in your body, but that rather, it's a state of mind which encapsulates a number of beliefs about...

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