How good are you willing to let yourself feel?

Raise your hand if this sounds familiar…

*Letting your self-worth be determined by your jeans size.

*Starting the day thinking “I feel gross”.

*Feeling shame and disappointment over not being able to stick to the plan you made this morning. 

*Worrying about losing control around “forbidden foods”.

*Letting thoughts about food and your weight distract you from your real life.

*Smiling on the outside while feeling miserable on the inside.

*Eating your feelings.

*Going to your kid’s school program and comparing yourself to other moms.

*Making no progress on your own.

Through working together,
my clients have experienced…

“I can go out to eat and not have guilt associated with food.”

“I’m rockin’ my mom-shorts! 🤣”

“I’ve had to get rid of old clothes because they’re too big.”

“I have a sense of confidence now because I know how to get myself back on track after a weekend or a vacation.”

“I used to want to say no to party invitations because I was embarrassed by how I looked. Last weekend we went to my husband’s work party and I loved it!”

“I never want my daughter to grow up with the same hang ups I had. I’m not perfect, but I am modeling what it’s like to love myself and my body for my kids.”

“I just can’t even tell you how much more energy and head space I have because I’m not obsessing over it any more!”

“I feel like I can be me again.”

How do we work together?

I’ve partnered with the

No BS Weight Loss team!


to learn more about

how to lose weight for the last time.

Start viewing your body with compassion and love.

A year from now you’ll wish you’d started TODAY.