If you’re anything like me, you’re sick of hearing the way to get healthy is to drink more water, eat more veggies and take the stairs to get your daily number of steps up. And don’t forget to get more sleep, because that’s really important too, didn’t you know?
(P.S. I have a toddler — you think I’m not trying to get more sleep already?)
Health authorities will tell you losing weight is about eating less and moving more. I call BS on that. Our weight depends on much more than that, including our age, genetics, medication, race, ethnicity, emotions, our relationship with food and much more.
So I’m not here to tell you what to eat or how to stay active.
You can do what you like. Because the real secret to health is that it’s nothing to do with what we eat or how we exercise.
The foundation of health starts with getting clear on your values, making your goals specific and do-able, finding ways of staying accountable, building trust with yourself, tuning out your inner critic, and going easy on yourself when inevitable bumps in the road come along.
How I can help you is by offering practical, achievable strategies in a way that makes you go, “Oh wow, I can actually do this,” rather than “Holy crap, this is totally overwhelming.”
I spent years trying all the diets and reading all the books, but nothing clicked until I realised it all came back to mindset and accountability.
If this resonates I think you’d love my ebook, The Smart Girl’s Guide to Getting Healthy (without giving up wine + chocolate). You can get your free copy here.
In the meantime, I’ll be hanging out at Instagram (AKA at home with a messy bun in activewear). Feel free to stop by and stay hello!
Catch you later, sweet friend.