My passion for this work was sparked by my own need for it. What I have learned through a dark depression, an endless emotional eating binge cycle, and years of self-loathing is that it is really hard to go at it alone.
For as long as I can remember, I used food as comfort. My unhealthy relationship with food resulted in a struggle with obesity. When I graduated from university with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture in 2010, my weight had climbed to 295 pounds.
The day I stepped on the scale and saw that number staring back at me was a turning point in my life. It was at that moment that I vowed I would never reach 300 pounds...
HERE'S HOW I CAN HELP
I'm a Food Freedom & Body Love Coach and a Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant.
Together, we’ll transform your physical & mental well-being so that you can feel your very best. It's more than a nutrition plan, it's a self-love revolution. I'm here to support you.
Self-directed online programs to Conquer Emotional Eating & to Create More Love in Your Life. These courses provide you with the flexibility and ease to grow at your own pace.
It’s time to stop thinking the only way to love your body is through weight loss and restritive diets...
-- the fact is, you need to start appreciating your body for what it does right now. Learn how to DEVELOP the TOOLS that ACTUALLY help you TRANSFORM YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH FOOD AND YOUR BODY.
I know you’re tired of reciting affirmations that feel disingenuous and Googling your way to “the best way to” have control around food,
only to find yourself confused and nowhere closer to the DREAM of having a Healthy and Joyful Relationship with Food & Your Body.
MOST-LOVED BLOG POSTS
I remember the first time I thought I was fat… I was six.
At the end of grade one, my teacher sent us home on summer vacation with two photos. One from the first day of class and one from the end of the school year. I remember the moment clearly. I looked at those side by side photos and the judgment entered.
I once craved a banana for 6 months before I “allowed” myself to eat it.
At the time, it was in my "no foods" which now seems absurd to me. Because it's a freakin' banana. I mean, yes there's fructose (aka fruit sugar) in bananas but there's also fibre and key micronutrients. So go forth and eat your banana!