What does it mean to have your own back? What does it mean to have your own back? To be your own best friend? When it comes to self-trust, so many of us don’t trust ourselves. And when it comes to lasting weight loss, self-trust is a skill that we have to develop if we never want to go on another diet ever again. In this episode, I’m talking about the sneaky ways our inner critic erodes self-trust, and how we can build it up so that we no longer have to have accountability buddies, and we can make commitments to ourselves and follow through. What you’ll Learn from this Episode What is Self-Trust? And what it means to have your own back. The 3 C’s of Self-Trust. Where we make mistakes when it comes to building self-trust and how to fix it. Listen to the Full Episode: Featured on Read More . . .
Don’t you love hearing other people’s success stories? Listen to learn more as we cover a huge range of topics – from growing up constantly being on a diet, to what it takes to lose 100 lbs., to a side-tracked conversation about cranberry farming. Read More . . .
If loving your body seems completely out of reach, you might want to try a more neutral approach. Body love – it’s something that we all aspire to. Women are consistently told that we should love our bodies. But instead of actually doing that, we use it as evidence of one more way in which we’re not doing ‘being a woman’ good enough. We use the fact that we dislike our bodies (and we shouldn’t) as further evidence of why we suck. Although loving our bodies is for sure something that we can aspire to, for many of us, it feels unattainable. Like – how do you even DO that? If this is you, you’re going to want to tune in because in this episode, we’re addressing body neutrality, which may feel more realistic for you. What you’ll Learn from this Episode How Body Neutrality differs from Body Love or Read More . . .
How to go with it when life sends you a curveball. It’s natural for us to jump to “the How” when we’re talking about our goals – we’ve been conditioned to think that way: Me: I’m going to make a million dollars. Dad: Great! How are you going to do that? Me: I want to take a gap year & travel Europe. Mom: That’s fantastic. How are you going to pay for it? And those questions are good intentioned, but they limit us in our ability – because we believe that we can’t DO the thing until we have the perfect plan laid out from beginning to end. AND THEN, when things don’t go as planned, it blocks us from getting scrappy & figuring it out. But the truth is, that if you’ve ever set out towards a goal, that when you reach it, there were lots of turns, plot Read More . . .
How shame is passed down generationally. When we think about mothers and daughters, we think of a Norman Rockwell painting, don’t we? We think of mothers and daughters who have a close relationship, where the mother teaches the daughter how to become a woman, teaches her valuable life skills from the perspective of “I remember my mom teaching me this too & it’s all normal.” But because mothers and grandmothers are humans, they perpetuate the same stories generation after generation because of their human-ness and make mistakes. If you want to heal your relationship with your mother, this episode is a must listen. Listeners can sign up to receive karen’s weekly Love Notes and when they do they get her Definitive Guide to Setting Healthy, Mature Boundaries With Your Mother About Karen CL Anderson: Karen C.L. Anderson is a master-certified life coach and author. Difficult mother-daughter relationships are her jam. Read More . . .
Like Physical Fitness, but for your brain Can we talk about mental fitness? We talk a lot about physics fitness, but what does it mean to be mentally or emotionally fit? When we become physically fit, we perform repetitions of physical exercises, where we build up the strength of our physical muscles. When we talk about mental fitness, we talk about the mental work where we build up the strength of our mental muscles. In other words, doing what we want MOST over what we want in the MOMENT. How would it feel to make a commitment to yourself & then follow through with it? The thing is that many of us start out with weights that are too heavy for us. Just like a personal trainer would never start their client out squatting 225 lbs, we don’t want to commit to setting and following through with goals that are Read More . . .
An episode for beginner runners. I hear it all the time! “I just don’t like running!” I get it. I used to feel that way too. But if running is available to you and you want to do it, there are huge benefits to developing a running habit: it’s relatively inexpensive to get into; it’s something you can do either by yourself or with a friend or two; you can pretty much do it anywhere; and at any time of the day. My guest on today’s podcast shares such incredible information, like how to keep yourself motivated even if the climate you live in gets in your way of being a year-round runner, what to look for & pay attention to with gear, and how to start your running practice if you’re a complete beginner. About Jill Angie: Jill Angie is the founder and Head Rebel of Not Your Average Read More . . .
A personal episode about our decision to expatriate from the US. One of the most common questions I get has nothing to do with health and fitness, but rather all the details about how my husband and I got to Mexico? And why? When I tell people that I live in Mexico, they’ll often ask me, “The state? Or the country?!?” And then all the curious questions that folks have – like, how is life different since you moved? How do you eat differently? What do you do for fun? Do you speak Spanish? How is that going? So in today’s podcast episode, I’m dishing all the details. Moving to Mexico was probably the hardest thing that I have ever done. But I would do it all over in a heartbeat.. What’s different since I moved to Mexico & how I’ve changed as a result. Want to get personal? Tune Read More . . .
How to get through the hard part of changing your behaviors. There’s a point when we set out to make a change in our lives where things get really difficult. It happens to all of us. Sometimes it happens when we realize that this new way of doing things is our new normal, and we experience a grieving process for the way things used to be. This new way of doing things feels difficult, like we’re failing, and like it’s never going to get easier. But it will. Things will get easier. In this episode of the Done with Dieting Podcast, you’ll learn to expect the river of misery, and have a plan for how to deal with it when it arrives. What you’ll Learn from this Episode What the River of Misery is & why it’s a very common part of changing your behavior. How expecting that you’ll go Read More . . .
How to be happier with your accomplishments. Every one of us has a judge in our brains that tells us that we can be happy when… We get the job We get married We buy the house We organize the kitchen We lose 30 lbs. That judge is not only a liar, but will often change the goal. When we reach the goal, if it’s a specific, measurable achievement, our judge will allow us to be happy for a total of 5 minutes until it starts in on the “yeah, butt”s: Yeah, but now we need to earn the respect of our boss Yeah, but now we need to have a baby Yeah, but now we need to remodel the house to ‘make it our own’ Yeah, but now you need to ‘tone up’ In today’s podcast, I’m introducing a tool that will help you to celebrate your accomplishments more Read More . . .