EP 031: What is a peaceful body? Kara Silva joins the conversation

What is a Peaceful Body?  A peaceful body loves to be nourished, moved, appreciated.  It is beautifully human, whole, worthy and confident.  It aims to create a quiet, beautiful space inside while giving less attention to the opinions and noise of the outside world.  A peaceful body feels like home.  Kara Silva joins the conversation…

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EP 030: Danny J is more confident in her body since she stopped fitness modeling

Too often we see fitness models and competitors as the epitome of health and happiness.  Danny J reveals that’s not always the case, shares her story of recovery, and explains how she is MORE confident in her body since she stopped fitness modeling. Connect with Danny: Site (grab a freebie!) Facebook Twitter More about Fit Mom…

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3 mistakes you’re making with exercise + the reason I’m giving you free workouts in October

By trade, I’m a fat loss coach.  For that reason, I’m going to tell you the 3 mistakes you are making with exercise.  By personal revolution, I’m a Body Freedom Coach, and that’s why I’m spilling the beans and giving you free workouts in October. THAT was a mouthful.  Let’s break it down and simplify.…

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EP 029: Holli Thompson shares self-care tips during times of stress, loss, and grief

Holli Thompson, author of “Discover Your Nutritional Style,” shares how she handled the loss of her husband and self-care tips during times of stress, loss, and grief. Connect with Holli on her site HERE. Don’t forget to “like” her on Facebook HERE!   More about Fit Mom Revolution: Join our closed Facebook group for safe discussions about body image Read…

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EP 027: Fat shaming happens; Nicole Arbour has it ALL wrong

Fat shaming happens, folks.  It’s a thing.  How do I know?  Because I experienced for 15 years.  This episode does not fight Nicole Arbour’s fat shaming with more shame because that’s not my style.  Learn why shame doesn’t work, what it’s doing to our society, and how YOU can play a role in shutting it…

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EP 025: Part 2 The words you use determine long-term weight loss

As a continuation of what we talked about 2 weeks ago, your language determines how you care for yourself.  The words you use determine long-term weight loss results as well as how you navigate the world, your expectations, and your wardrobe.  This episode covers how to take your thoughts and comments from negative to neutral…

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EP 024: A cluttered fridge can lead to weight gain and unhealthy habits

Author Annick Magac returns to share even more clutter wisdom, and this time we jump in to your fridge!  Believe it or not, a cluttered fridge can lead to weight gain and unhealthy habits with food.  In this episode, Annick breaks down why the fridge is the center of our health and how we can…

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EP 023: Long-term weight loss success is predicted by the words you use

The way we think of ourselves is the way we treat ourselves.  If you think you are no good, are a failure, and/or cannot succeed, then you will treat yourself as if you aren’t deserving of love, appreciation, and support.  Believe it or not, long-term weight loss success is predicted by the words you use.…

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EP 022: Feeding your hustle isn’t always about weight loss; an interview with Adria DeCorte

Today’s podcast guest is Adria DeCorte, Healthy Living Strategist and host of the Feed Your Hustle podcast.  Believe it or not, feeding your hustle isn’t always about weight loss! Don’t miss her strategies on how to listen to how you feel as opposed to working toward a plan on paper and identifying where to start…

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The Vacation Diet: losing inches doesn’t have to be a battle

After spending 10 glorious days on Sanibel Island, Florida, I came home to saggy britches.  Despite eating more food than usual and exercising without a plan or schedule, my waistline was noticeably smaller.  Believe it or not, it happens every time I go on vacation, even when I am not trying to change my body.…

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EP 020: You are worthy as you are right now; an interview with Erin Brown

Erin Brown joins us today to share her insights.  From trauma to makeup and why men just get to have faces, we cover a lot of ground, like talking about how you are worthy as you are right now and the fear of being seen. Did you know that we all tell ourselves secrets?  And…

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EP 019: The guilt of feeling good; it may be common, but is it normal?

The better we feel, the more we feel the guilt creeping in.  Isn’t that backwards?  Shouldn’t we be able to freely enjoy the fruits of our lives?  The guilt of feeling good is pretty common, but is it normal? When was the last time you had a string of great events in your life?  Maybe…

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EP 018: Empower yourself to choose YOU; an interview with Rachel DeAlto

Rachel DeAlto, communication and relationship expert, coach, and hypnotherapist joins us for today’s episode about self-care.  She is going to help you empower yourself to choose YOU! Rachel has been featured on a multitude of media outlets including: GMA, The TODAY Show, CNN/HLN, Access Hollywood, The Steve Harvey Show, and Fox News. Rachel is also…

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EP 017: Shop for diets like you shop for shoes: make sure they FIT!

Buying shoes and eating well are a LOT alike.  We’ve all heard the phrase, “One size does NOT fit all,” and we’ve all started to realize that what works for our neighbor won’t work for ourselves.  But it’s more than just that.  The social side, the mental side, and the secret side never get discussed.…

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EP 016: Buzzfeed, Victoria’s Secret, and the skinny on bathing suits

What do Buzzfeed and Victoria’s Secret bathing suits have in common?  Brilliant women who want to change how women view themselves.  Listen to Lara Parker and Kirsten King share how their article came to fruition, what it was like to be a model for a day, and how they want to impact other women who read…

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