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If I was in my ideal body….

Last week I asked you what would you do if you were in your ideal body and you answered so openly and thoughtfully.

 

Here are some answers I received:

 

  • I would do a skydive for charity
  • Buy and wear some super sexy hot dresses
  • Book a boudoir shoot
  • Run a 10k
  • Walk around the house naked
  • Keep wearing a bikini on holiday/ at the spa – I believed I was…

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What would you do if…

Today I want to keep it short and sweet and actually give you homework.

Get your journal out (just pen and paper will do too, so don’t look for excuses here) and answer this question:

 

If I was in my ideal body what would I do this year?

 

This is it – just one question to explore and journal about. And please share in the comments so I can support you.

 

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I gave my power away to a number on the scale.

I used to think it was all about my weight, all about that number I saw every time I stepped onto the scale. The number that was always too high and never good enough. I was never good enough. I used to be obsessed with lowering this number to unreachable lows. The lower the number, the better I would be.

 

The obsession with The Number was underpinning everything else. I…

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Seeking help (and a great offer for you)

I’m writing to you from Stratford Upon Avon where I’m at the Coaching Intensive week, training to become a Certified Women’s Leadership coach. Yes – I decided to add another set of tools to my box. I’ve been on the receiving end of these tools for a couple of years now and can’t wait to bring them out to you.

 

I’m excited to offer you the opportunity to be amongst…

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The secret is out

For the first time ever I did a Facebook Live on my personal page yesterday. I was worried what would people think, especially as I shared something I thought I would never do again.

 

Over the past few months I’ve been watching my business coach rocking her side hustle and having the best hair ever. I was like “whatever, I’m not doing it, don’t care, not interested”. I was all…

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Is poison hiding in your kitchen?

The media, coupled with the “all-knowing experts,” advise us to steer clear of pesticides, household cleaners, processed foods, food additives and preservatives. If it were up to the experts, we would all be living rural, growing our own food, drinking purified water, and walking everywhere. While this might be the ideal way to live to avoid poisons, unfortunately for you and me, it’s probably not possible (even though it’s…

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I liked being in a diet

It’s been over 7 years since I finished my last diet and despite having no intention of ever starting a new one again, I realised that I actually sometimes liked the idea of being on one.

 

Yes, I know it’s a crazy statement to come from an Eating Psychology Coach who knows that diet just don’t work, but let me explain.

 

Being on a diet was easy. The rules were clearly…

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Fight stress with food

You don’t need me to tell you that stress is a very real threat to your health. In addition to taking over your brain with negative thoughts, stress can lead to serious physical symptoms that can be a major detriment to your body and mind. It also prevents you from losing weight!

When the mind is stressed, it puts a lot of pressure on your body, which means that the…

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Can you help me?

I’ve spent most of the day today mapping out my content calendar for the year and I wanted to ask for your help and feedback.

 

My ultimate goal is to be of service to you and share more of what you find helpful, inspiring or entertaining.

So here is where you come in: what would you like to see more on the blog, on my social media and in your inbox?

 

I…

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15 years ago

Berlin, 8th of January 2003: I said goodbye to my parents, hugged my sister and boarded a plane to London. Back then there was no direct flight from Poznan (my home town) to London.

 

I was dressed for success, yet slightly terrified and clutching a teddy bear I got for Xmas, just a few days ago, from my sister and my dad.

 

15 years ago I arrived in London and moved…

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