Eating More Than Usual During the Holiday Season is Not a Failure and Not a Reason to Punish Yourself

Friendly little reminder that eating more than usual during the holiday season is actually normal, not a failure, and not a reason to punish yourself with negative words, thoughts, or actions.

You Can Eat Pizza and Not Call it Cheating

It’s so common to call eating foods like pizza “cheating”. Cheating on what? What if you just called eating foods like pizza enjoying yourself and enjoying the food. What if eating was just eating and not cheating?

Cake is not bad and Neither are you for Eating it

When we stop labeling food “good” or “bad” then we can stop labeling ourselves as such based on the foods we eat.

Today Doesn’t Need to be Punishment For What You Ate This Weekend

No matter what you ate this weekend or how much you moved your body, you do not need to spend today dieting harder or exercising longer to “make up” for this weekend. Monday does not need to be the day of punishment.

Permission to Challenge Your Food Rules

I’m giving you full permission to challenge one (or several) of your food rules this weekend. It doesn’t mean you have to give it up completely just yet, but experiment with how it feels to break a rule this weekend. It may feel scary and that’s okay. It may also feel empowering and inspire you to keep challenging the rules all week long!

You’re Not a Bad Person for Eating a Cookie

We all agree these people are bad. But how can you fit into that same category of “bad” when you eat a cookie you weren’t planning on having. You can’t say you were so bad for eating extra foods. You’re not bad; you’re just human.