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3 Ways to Incorporate Wine into a Healthy Lifestyle

I am currently on a mini-vacation and well, wine is on the menu. But as you know, I usually have a couple glasses a night most nights of the week anyway, so this is pretty much the same routine. And …

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Permission to Break the (Nutrition) Rules

As cliche as it feels to write a post about “breaking the rules,” I felt it was overdue, since a huge part of my #moderation365 journey to liberated eating actually began when I harnessed the ladyballs required to question some …

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Do You Rely on the Scale for Self-Worth?

Last year, I was in Minneapolis visiting my friend Jen and she took me — okay, dragged me — to the Minnesota State Fair. I haven’t been to a fair for over a decade and honestly, I’m a little on …

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Mindless to Moderate: Thoughts on the Journey

I was asked several times last weekend at The Radiance Retreat how I made the shift from all-or-nothing competition dieting to #moderation365. And the answer is actually because I was starting my business and couldn’t afford to think about food …

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How to Actually Cut Your Hunger + Cravings in Half (Hint: It’s Not Willpower!)

For most of my life, my appetite has felt like a huge source of embarrassment. When I was 8, my mom, who was a single mother at the time, would go out for a 2-mile jog (as one did in …

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5 Tools to Teach Yourself How to Stop at a Few Bites

I received this email last week: Recently I lost like over 20kg (sorry I still live in the metric world). I have done it with the all or nothing approach.  I kept my diet clean of all sugar and high/bad …

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The Calorie-Matching Trap: “But wait, what are you eating?”

Being that a third of my business is about nutrition and another third is about online business (the last third is fitness), something struck me very recently: your old thoughts about food is what keep you obsessed with it. Our …

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Yes, How You See Yourself Is Holding You Back

I was talking to a friend a few weeks ago, and she was telling me about an opportunity she got to speak at a conference. She’s never done public speaking before, but in her local area, she’s become a leading …

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Simplifying Mindfulness: How to Actually Do It (Even Though You Don’t Want To)

With my 4-Week Food Obsession Boot Camp course launching this week, I want to tackle a topic that feels super vague, boring and at times frankly impossible–since it is absolutely an essential practice if you want to quit the all-or-nothing approach to …

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How to Quit the All-or-Nothing Approach + Start Eating Moderately

Over the last 3 years at JillFit, I have received literally thousands of emails from women all describing similar mental struggles with eating and exercising: Obsessive counting and measuring: of macros or calories or protein grams or water ounces or …

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