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Now displaying: August, 2015

I help moms get healthy and LOVE life

Aug 29, 2015

A reminder..

You are perfect, you are enough, you are invaluable...

Just be you and tell yourself this over and over

 

xoxo, laurenjean

Aug 28, 2015
Laura works as a holistic health coach for "emotional detoxing”. She helps women to uncover the emotional burdens that they carry as excess weight, or in form of emotional eating habits, so that they transform and release weight and unhealthy habits for good. 
 
In her work, she doesn't look at conscious-behaviorial changes, but digs deeper into what the underlying cause is. With that she often find traumatic experiences in childhood, or patterns in the family system.
 
Today we will learn why we really do what we do and how uncovering the reasons with connections can help us “emotionally detox and recover.
 
Find more about Laura @ http://lauraghedina.com/emotional-detoxing/
 
xoxo, laurenjean
Aug 22, 2015

Today's tip:

Make someone's day by smiling or asking them how they are doing.  It will make you feel great and they will feel wonderful too because someone cares about how they feel.

 

I've done this and it's a wonderful feeling!

 

xoxo, laurenjean

Aug 21, 2015

In this episode with Dianne learn:

 

  • How she coaches woment to fight stress with food
  • What happens during high stress periods of life
  • How eating poorly will affect your day
  • What Dianne believes about restricting foods
  • What happens when you "just eat" out of boredom
  • and more!

 

Find Dianne @ http://diannerossharrison.com

 

xoxo, laurenjean

 

Aug 15, 2015

Today's tip- 

Find a book you can lost in 

Find a place and time to read

Go do it

 

xoxo, laurenjean

Aug 14, 2015

Learn how coach Amyjo connects her love of fashion to her other love of nutrition and health.

Learn how to connect to your body through feelings and just eat what you want and what feels good.

Learn what with holding food will do to you mentally

Learn why we get rebellious when we restrict foods or create "rules"

Why it's ok to want sweet foods

Why when you binge with sugar you just want more and can't stop

Learn that it's all okay and you are not alone in this cycle..

Alot more is in this interview and you can find Amyjo @Little Black Dress Revolution.

 

Thanks for listening!!

 

xoxo, laurenjean

 

Aug 8, 2015

thanks for joining me today

today's tip- allow yourself to feel your feelings, don't stuff them away for them to affect other areas of your life...

 

xoxo, laurenjean

Aug 7, 2015

Michelle Viña-Baltsas is the founder of The Curly Haired Chica Nutrition & Lifestyle Coaching, LLC. After healing herself from being an avid emotional overeater and chronic dieter for several decades, she started her practice to help women who wanted to improve their relationship with food by freeing themselves from the ‘diet mentality’, emotional overeating, food cravings, and negative body image. 

She is a Certified Intuitive Eating Specialist, Certified Holistic Health Coach, and has had the pleasure of studying with esteemed authors and emotional eating experts, Evelyn Tribole, M.S., R.D., Elyse Resch, M.S., R.D., and Geneen Roth.

Michelle is a strong proponent of body diversity and believes that women have many gifts to offer the world regardless of their shape or size. She thrives in supporting women who struggle with emotional overeating and body image both privately (phone or Skype) and in group settings. She loves her work and feels honored to be supporting women in attaining their full potential without the constant food obsession and body image. 

For more information about Michelle, go to her website www.thecurlyhairedchica.com her Facebook page The Curly Haired Chica Nutrition & Lifestyle Coaching, or find her on Twitter [@vbmichelle].

 

In this episode with Michelle learn:

How do you define freedom from food?

 

Do you know what it means to have a 'diet mentality'?

 

Do you believe that certain foods should be abstained from eating?

 

And much more!

 

Xoxo, laurenjean

Aug 7, 2015

Michelle Viña-Baltsas is the founder of The Curly Haired Chica Nutrition & Lifestyle Coaching, LLC. After healing herself from being an avid emotional overeater and chronic dieter for several decades, she started her practice to help women who wanted to improve their relationship with food by freeing themselves from the ‘diet mentality’, emotional overeating, food cravings, and negative body image. 

She is a Certified Intuitive Eating Specialist, Certified Holistic Health Coach, and has had the pleasure of studying with esteemed authors and emotional eating experts, Evelyn Tribole, M.S., R.D., Elyse Resch, M.S., R.D., and Geneen Roth.

Michelle is a strong proponent of body diversity and believes that women have many gifts to offer the world regardless of their shape or size. She thrives in supporting women who struggle with emotional overeating and body image both privately (phone or Skype) and in group settings. She loves her work and feels honored to be supporting women in attaining their full potential without the constant food obsession and body image.

For more information about Michelle, go to her website www.thecurlyhairedchica.com her Facebook page The Curly Haired Chica Nutrition & Lifestyle Coaching, or find her on Twitter [@vbmichelle].

 

In this episode with Michelle learn:

How do you define freedom from food?

 

Do you know what it means to have a 'diet mentality'?

 

Do you believe that certain foods should be abstained from eating?

 

And much more!

Xoxo, laurenjean

Aug 4, 2015

I have been doing so much work, so much digging, so much to try and understand why I do what I do..

Below are 8 ways I've been improving my diet mentality:

1. Digging deep into my  emotions and starting to make connections 

2. I am discovering what I am afraid of and facing it.

3. Talking with a friend on a weekly basis on person and daily through text

4. Using evernote to journal

5. Questioning myself each time I grab something to eat

6. Addressing food triggers

7. interviewing coaches for the show

8. Teaching myself to listen to my body, when I am hungry.

These simple tips can get you started, even if you just choose just 1...do it, youll be happy you did!

 

xoxo, laurenjean

 

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Aug 1, 2015

Think about all the times you eat throughout the day....breakfast, lunh, dinner, snacks... Are you actually hungry or is something else bringing you to the food? Or is it a a habit? 

 

I challenge you to think and get to know yourself and your thoughts..

Aug 1, 2015

Think about all the times you eat throughout the day....breakfast, lunh, dinner, snacks... Are you actually hungry or is something else bringing you to the food? Or is it a a habit? 

 

I challenge you to think and get to know yourself and your thoughts..

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