Blog : Food

January 9, 2020

diet, Food, Goals

Why Dieting is not the answer this New Year

“My Goal this year is to lose 5 kilos” – said millions of women around the world at the beginning of each New Year.

I was one of these women. Time and time again. Year after year. With little thought I would make a New Years resolution that I secretly hoped and prayed would come true. Then I would complete my diligent research and find the best approach to losing …

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December 1, 2018

Body Image, December 2018, Food, Wellness

I have slipped up.

I’ll be honest. My old dieting habits have taken over these last few months. I’ve been attempting to lose weight from a place of body shame and control.

Allow me to preface this quickly. I am all for people setting health related goals that involve nourishing their bodies with whole foods and conscious movement in an effort to feel more vibrant and energetic. However when we feel disgust with our …

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July 27, 2018

Food, Wellness

Food, Emotions + Fasting

Over the last few months I’ve found myself using food as a coping mechanism.

To cure boredom.

Suppress feelings.

Soothe stress.

Celebrate wins.

Distract myself from reality.

I then realised I could not remember the last time I had felt the sensation of hunger. Hunger had been my biggest fear over the two decades of on-and-off dieting I had endured. All the restriction, counting of calories and concern with weight. …

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January 4, 2018

Body Image, Food, January 2018, Selflove


I’m sorry for what I said when… I felt Fat.

Yes I thought this title would draw your attention.

As women we just love the F word. We use it to talk to ourselves and we use it to describe how we are feeling and as a way to connect to one another. When the truth is what we really feel is unworthy, unlovable, unattractive, ugly, uncomfortable, disconnected… the list goes on.

As many of you know I am all …

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September 12, 2017

Food, health, September 17, Wellness

My Number #1 Health Tip

Health to me for a long time equated to dieting and the foods I was putting into my body. I was obsessed with food and my physique so naturally I considered myself a health expert.

In my time I have attempted almost every diet under the sun. You name it – I’ve most likely tried it.

From cabbage soup, to weight watchers meetings, quitting sugar and taking fat blaster tablets …

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September 4, 2017

Body Image, Food, September 17, Wellness

It’s a Wrap!! – Food & Body Freedom Video Series

Wowee what a magical process the last 4 weeks has been.

Each Saturday Bailey Opsal and I came together to discuss some juicy topics around Food and Body Freedom. We shared our raw and personal stories, support tools and advice and answered some incredible questions.

My heart is brimming with fullness. I’m also reminded what a rollercoaster I’ve ridden around food and my body – something that really started for …

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August 11, 2017

August 17, Body Image, Food, Selflove

Welcome to the Food + Body Freedom Video Series

Are you craving a life where food is your friend?

Can you imagine accepting + loving your body, just as she is?

Learning to process your emotions rather than numb them with food?

Place your focus and energy on the things that really light you up?

Girl we want all of this for you and MORE.

It’s time to make Peace with Food and start embracing that beautiful Bod of …

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May 20, 2017

diet, Food, health, May 17, Wellness


How not to be a weirdo around food.


Once upon a time I was terrified of fat. I was doing everything in my power to avoid fattening foods. To balance this out I binged on sugary snacks and fruit flavoured yogurt.

Soon carbohydrates were considered evil. I avoided grains at all costs. Even fruit became off limits. I was left feeling bloated and constipated.

Then I jumped on the I quit sugar bandwagon. I would spend hours …

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From the Blog

Your Keys to a Powerful Day

There was a time, not so long ago, where I would awaken each morning and just allow my day to happen.

From the moment my alarm went off I would groan to myself ‘Oh I’m so tired’ and then I would proceed to  check my email inbox, social media notifications and WhatsApp messages all within minutes of opening my eyes. This was a surefire recipe for high anxiety levels and …

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