• Body Image and dysmorphia

    There is a difference between negative body image and dysmorphia but the line is very thin. Negative body image affects both men and women of all shapes, sizes, color etc…The more you worry about your body and the more obsessed you are with specific body (your thighs, “rolls” on belly, larger hips…) parts, eventually it […]

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  • Bounce back and thrive podcast

    Bounce back and thrive podcast

    Where do your ‘emotional’ triggers originate from?What impact do the negative words that you say have on others? These and some other questions are the centre of my new podcast out now with Grace Kew! In this week’s podcast interview, I spoke about my own experience growing up, the negative comments that shaped me for […]

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  • Are you too rigid with your diet ?

    Most of the people I have worked with have an immense willpower and motivation to reach their goals, as soon as possible if it were up to them. Being motivated and disciplined can help you in the beginning but pushing it too far can do you more harm than good.  There are people that go […]

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  • Well mamma podcast

    I did a beautiful podcast last Friday with Ariana from Well Mamma (www.wellmamma.com) and we talked about weight loss, self-acceptance, mindset behind dieting and so much more. We discussed my own journey and covered a lot of interesting topics around weight loss, including:– How we get trapped into associating our weight with our own self-worth– […]

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  • Emotional triggers

    Triggers are people, events, situations, things, words that cause in us an emotional response. Even though the way we respond to a trigger can be excessive it doesn’t mean it’s not real to us. On the flip side, triggers often have a negative connotation, and yet they are not necessarily always negative. We can be […]

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  • What is High functioning anxiety?

    When we talk abut anxiety, it can look very different for all of us. High functioning anxiety is not recognized as an official mental health diagnosis and the culture of being anxious, stressed out, busy all the time doesn’t help. We thrive as a society to be constable sleep deprived (“I will sleep when I […]

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  • How do you break a bad habit and create a new healthy one?

    We all have habits, habits keep us safe, make us feel comfortable in the choices we make every single day. They are necessary because they are the brain’s way of helping us to make the same choices on a regular basis. Even if the habit is “bad” we still help to feel good about it, […]

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  • Why do you keep failing with your health goals?

    It sounds good on paper, you decide from tomorrow I am a new person. From next Monday, next month, next year I am going to eat better, stop smoking, reduce alcohol intake, stress less. And yet by day 9 (in average) you find yourself back in your old habits.  So how it is possible that […]

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  • My first interview for The Native Society!

    Hi guys! I am super excited to share with you my ever first interview. To be honest I was a bit shocked when they asked me to do it, but at the same time overjoyed to be part of such a wonderful experience. I will be posting from now on my blogs, photos,events on their […]

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  • How to overcome emotional eating

    How to overcome emotional eating

    We have all been there…something that was supposed to be a snack became a feast. A piece of cheese and cracker has turned into a whole box of crackers and cheese and butter and pizza, ice cream…basically what was in your fridge and cupboard has vanished. This is what we call Emotional eating. It is not […]

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