Healthier Alternatives to Cereal to Kick Start Your Day On the Right Foot!

Did you know that sitting down for a bowl of breakfast cereal could be just as bad as going without breakfast altogether? Research shows that eating all-carbs breakfast will create cereal cravings in the afternoon. It’s also likely to make you eat more later in the day. This is what I experience as well.

While breakfast cereal might seem like an easy go to option for it’s quick and easy…

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Make your cooking last longer with this simple tip

Do you ever feel like you spent hours at the stove, only to serve dinner (which half of the family doesn’t even want to eat anyway) and then do it all over again the next day?


I hear you, cooking every day gets exhausting and who has time for it anyway?? Yet, eating healthy, home made meals is high on your list of priorities.


I have a solution for you: “cook…

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I thought I wasn’t enough

I spent my teenage years obsessing that I wasn’t enough, always looking for the seal of approval from others. I wanted to be liked, accepted, fit in.


I wasted my 20s trying and failing to lose weight. I cried myself to sleep many nights thinking if only I could lose 10kg then I would be – pretty, popular, lovable – able to go out in the world and do the…

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About appetite

I grew up thinking I was fat and I started dieting at a very early age, and I mean early – I knew about calories and food restrictions probably before I could really read and I was on my first diet pill when I was about 11.


Because food was restricted I developed a habit of eating when it was available, because I never knew if I get any when…

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Is Your Chic Compass pointing in the right direction?

I’m so excited to invite you to a free, online event for women called The Chic Compass. It’s a fun, casual, yet super informative special event hosted by my friend Charlotte Olson Bauer and an awesome Personal Stylist.

I’m honoured to be one of the guest speakers. Charlotte and I talked about emotional eating, body image and why dieting is so last season. You can watch my interview on Monday July 17th…

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It’s simple, but not easy

I was five when my mom picked me up from the nursery and I proudly told her that I’d eaten a gross piece of meat we’d been served for lunch. I did it because there was a rule at the nursery: you had to clear your plate.

That’s the beginning of my article that has just been published by The Institute For The Psychology Of Eating. Read the rest of…

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Sick of diets

Thank you Jennifer Lawrence.

Sick of diets…. This is why I get up in the morning…So that the girls who are being born today wont have to deal with the same s*it we have to deal with. Enough is enough.

What do you think? I would love for you to share your thoughts.



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My story

Last week you read an apology letter to my Body, and today I wanted to take it a step further and share a little bit more of my story with dieting and body image.

In this video I’ve shared what I was led to believe at a very early age, habits I developed and what I did to overcome them. I realised that what I was craving…

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My Dear Body – an apology letter

For years I’ve had resistance to talking about my Body. I’ve done a lot of work on body image, self-love (I used to roll my eyes at that term) and today I am sharing something deeply personal. An apology letter I wrote to my Body.

Hi My Dear Body,

I am writing this long overdue letter to apologise to you, and I am sorry it took me so long to actually…

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Take-aways from Denver

I am buzzing. Last Friday I officially graduated and now I am a proud Certified Eating Psychology Coach. I went all the way to Denver, Colorado to get my certificate, learn more during a four day event and hang out with my tribe.

Here I am with Marc David, founder of the Institute and amazing teacher and mentor (and my certificate!):

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