LOSE WEIGHT FOR GOOD THROUGH THE POWER OF THE MOVIES.
losing weight is one thing.
keeping it off is everything.
AND EVERYTHING COMES DOWN TO STORY.
My story was oh, so
I was on a diet since I was eight years old. Murdered my metabolism. Dead. Spent a lifetime spinning this story: "I just love food." It was how I rationalized the weight I'd gained. It was a lie, but I didn't know it yet.
The truth: I loved a lot more than food, and deep down, I hated my relationship with it. But what I didn't know then was: what I really hated was my life, just as it was.
I had every reason to be happy. Hell, I was happy! But I looked to food to "enhance," to make celebrations better, and to act as a salve come the end of a day and week. There had to be more.
My mission is to reveal & realign who we really are by retelling our stories & freeing ourselves from the bullshine.
Being a Memoir Author and Weight Loss Strategist has given me the tools and insight to successfully guide people to lose weight and keep it off. When you rewrite your story, you transform your life. No actual writing, no pen or typing. Re-framing is my superpower.
I struggled with my weight my whole life. Been there. published a memoir 'bout that.
Having spent childhood summers at Fat Camp and having seen a nutritionist since I was eight years old, I thought I was destined to always be overweight. "If I was meant to be thin, I would've been born that way." If I continued to believe that story, I'd still be living it, as Moose. Instead, I edited my story and wrote a new one. New story, new results. Hence, the mashup of story + result.
In the movies, we have leading ladies and we have the best friend. You, I can tell, are a leading lady. But for some reason, you are behaving like the best friend… You’re supposed to be the leading lady of your own life for God’s sake!" —The Holiday