To Be Coached or Not to be Coached…

As my last blog for 2018 I can't help but reflect back on my year. It's been probably my most turbulent year since I started focusing on my health. I have said before that losing 200lbs was the easy part, it's learning to live in my new current reality, that has been by far the... Continue Reading →

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Don’t Wait for New Years to Set Goals

Don't be so quick to jump on the New Year’s resolution band wagon. In reality, every day is an opportunity to make a small change to work towards a long-term goal so why put all that pressure on yourself and that one date. I am sure you have things that you want to achieve all... Continue Reading →

Navigating the Holiday Season

Navigating the holiday season can be challenging for many people, especially for those of us trying to lose weight or manage their relationship with food. This year my coach gave me the option to continue with my cut over the holidays with a couple refeed days to allow for Christmas dinners, etc or maintenance for... Continue Reading →

Putting Learning into Practice

I am currently half way through my Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies with a specialization in Leadership in Organizational Culture at Royal Roads University. As part of my Masters I had previously completed the Leadership and Strategic HR Management graduate certificates at Royal Roads.  The Graduate Certificate in Strategic Human Resources Management (GCSHRM) consisted of three courses; Human Resources in... Continue Reading →

#TransformationTuesday 2.0

A transformation is so much more than losing weight. I didn't understand what I was doing when I started my journey but my transformation is so much more than just losing weight. It was about transforming my relationship with food, from how I deal with emotions and how I celebrate life. But it has been... Continue Reading →

Rolling with the Punches

A couple weeks ago my husband was doing work on our house as part of a large home renovation we are in the middle of and took a bad fall from about 12ft up a ladder in our back yard. We feel very fortunate that his injuries were not worse than they are but he... Continue Reading →

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