The two questions

  There are two questions I’d like every emotional eater to have in their back pocket. Especially when you’re going to the cupboards for the third, forth, or twelfth time and you’re not physically hungry. Or you’re on autopilot headed to the fridge. Or when you’re at the grocery store and about to put food

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It’s Not Your Body’s Fault

  Not too long ago a client of mine, Christina (name changed for confidentiality), had a big week. She gave a breakout presentation to top executives in her company – then immediately following her talk – she drove across town to receive the keys to her brand new home. While parts of her week were

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The Gift of Your Emotional Eating

  When women come to me for their emotional eating, they often believe they “should know better” and that food will be a life-long nuisance and pain. While I get it, those stories must be challenged. Because what I’m pretty sure of, is this: Your eating issue is one of the best things that can

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“I’ll feel better if I exercise, but…”

I’m writing this blog on a beautiful Pacific Northwest Saturday morning. A blue sky around these parts is s.p.e.c.i.a.l – and yet I feel myself being pulled in every direction. There are weeds growing to the size of small trees in the backyard, dishes in the sink, a full laundry basket, and friends to host

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Trusting your pace

  For the first time in my business I’ve gone several weeks without blogging, posting on social media, or offering free workshops. The reason is because Billy and I have spent the past year looking for a house (out of the city), and after spending dozens of Saturdays at open houses, one came along this

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