Holiday anticipation makes many of us anxious. Party plans, big dinners, family drama (sometimes!), who to invite, what to serve, will there be enough, food temptations, indulgences that make us feel guilty – it could drive you crazy!
My daughter Tamara bought me this beautiful mug for Mother’s Day a few years ago. It always makes me laugh and brings a smile to my face as I reminisce when my kids were young, and yes, sometimes (more often than not!) we did have cake for breakfast!
I love Friday night dinners because my dining room table has lots of faces around it:) Our supper meals are usually the same – a huge green salad, a new ‘healthy recipe’ that I’m trying out, a chicken dish, salmon (or another fish) and roasted potatoes.
My philosophy is that you should be able to maintain your health and weight goals in a simple way that is sustainable with your lifestyle.
My passion is to help you change your relationship with food and learn how to curb emotional and mindless eating.
This isn’t a one-size fits all plan. We are all different and I will help you create a road map so that you can work towards your goals while building new habits that are empowering and that will help you take charge.