Yesterday I had a non binge. It was a very enlightening experience. It’s been many moons since I’ve used the word binge about my eating. With the nutritional and emotional changes I made in my life, those previously cataclysmic self attacks on my mind and body diminished dramatically to the point where they do still […]
Roadtesters Wanted I am creating a short two-week online course in giving up sugar, and I am looking for a small number of roadtesters. It is free to participate, but you must fully commit to this process and be available for two short Skype or Facetime sessions at the beginning and end. The Roadtesting period […]
Note: no plot lines were spoilt in the making of this blog post What has The film Dallas Buyers’ Club got to do with weight loss? On the surface, not that much. But look a little deeper and you’ll see that it does actually have a lot to tell us about empowered shapeshifting and dismantling compulsive […]
Are no make up selfies a waste of time?
…Now when I ask myself that question, I feel as if I’m going forward because at least I have a focus – a focus on what I actually want to create. If you combine that focus with the knowledge that food is just a symptom, and that the real action in changing your life is […]
What has Matt Damon got to teach us about weight loss? Watch this scene from Good Will Hunting and then I’ll tell you… The point here is that Will (played by Damon), the maths genius, is cocky, full of himself and starts out able to cut any ideas that his therapist (Robin Williams) has down […]
One of my favourite episodes of the old sitcom Cheers is where Sam, the recovering alcoholic bar owner, lends his lucky bottle top to a young baseball player in a slump. Long story short – the player loses the bottle top. This is more disastrous than it seems when it turns out that the bottle […]