What is keeping you stuck?

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Is there something that you've really wanted to do but for some reason, keep putting it off? For me, it was making videos! Here's what was keeping me stuck...

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Is food a source of joy or pain?

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If you are ready to explore a different way to relate to food – join me for a complimentary webinar to decide if mindful eating might be a good fit for you.

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Is Meditation Necessary for Mindful Eating?

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While meditation is valuable, it is not necessary to have a formal practice in order to effectively practice mindful eating and reap the benefits.

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Is giving up sugar for Lent restrictive?

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If you practice mindful eating to heal your relationship with food, you may wonder whether giving up sugar for Lent is restrictive and could set you back.

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How do you introduce mindful eating during MNT?

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Mindful eating is a useful diabetes self-management training tool. But how do you introduce mindful eating during MNT (Medical Nutrition Therapy)?

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Save on Binge Eating Disorder Training during #NEDAwareness

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Binge Eating Disorder (BED) is the most common eating disorder and has a destructive effect on the lives of people who struggle. You can help!

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Eating What You Love is Like Saying “I Love You”

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Rebecca Scritchfield, author of Body Kindness, says "I believe that eating what you want and choosing to never diet again is the best way you can say 'I love you' to your body."

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Lessons on Mindful Eating and Parenting: 5 Cupcakes and a Sick Tummy

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With mindfulness as my parenting partner, I feel like I have a universal strategy I can consistently rely on no matter what situation or decision appears.

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Assumptions about Eating Disorders and Body Size

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By recognizing the assumptions we make, we can join together to identify and treat eating disorders in ALL bodies.

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Mindful Eating and the Glycemic Index

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The glycemic index may help you unravel the mystery of why some foods raise your blood sugar more than others. Mindful eating helps you use this information in a helpful, rather than restrictive, way.

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