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Speaking for Myself

It’s my 4th week of consistently attending yoga class, so I’m ready to deeply exhale (get it?) and proclaim that I love it.  It’s not the honeymoon speaking.  The energy, the flowing movement, the message = all resonating at this point in my journey.  At the end of class today, our teacher was talking about

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Keep Your Eyes On Your Own…

In Gin Stephens’ Facebook group that supports Delay, Don’t Deny, she uses the expression “Keep your eyes on your own plate.” It is a playful reference to her history as an elementary school teacher, and a reminder that we are all adults, capable of making informed decisions about the kind of food we want to eat

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My Green Goddess Moment

I haven’t fully decided upon a new blogging structure, but I’m leaning toward blogging tri-weekly under my themes of : Trust Your Body, Honor Your Spirit, Enjoy Your Life.  And what better topic to kick off the theme of enjoying your life than telling you all my green gown story? A few years ago, I

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Unlearn Body Fear

In my new business, I am using the tagline, Trust Your Body, Honor Your Spirit, Enjoy Your Life.  My grandmother spent the last part of HER 95-year life imploring me to enjoy mine, and I’ve set out to do just that.  The journey started from trusting my body, and it has blossomed into far more.

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Body Trust Is a Two-Way Street

  Trust Your Body is a part of my new tagline.  Living in a state of trust with your body allows you to make positive, intentional choices around fasting and feasting, and it lets the energy of your life be one of peace, not fear.  It’s an alignment with your body, a believing that if

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My Top Tips for IF Success (Updated!)

The post below originally appeared on our then-brand-new blog at www.fastingfeastingfreedom.com in September 2018. In the nearly six months since, we published our motivational memoir Unbelievable Freedom to rave reviews, and I left my job in healthcare to focus on passion for intermittent fasting and what it can do in people’s lives. What else is

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You Do You, Boo Boo

A criticism I’ve received over time (or maybe it’s just feedback, maybe it was not intended to be negative at all) is that I want *everything* to be deep and meaningful.  Like, I want everything to be a deep thought, a la Jack Handey.  I own that I make connections, attempt to create more meaning,

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