New Year is a great time to create a goal, actually, any time of the year is!
However, the diet culture New Year messages suck.
And no doubt, you’ve already been bombarded with endless New Year diet messages. Messages about bikini body challenges, 12-week quick fixes or transformation challenges.
This year, is it time to say No more New Year diets? Because crash diets are designed for weight loss, they’re not designed for health! Do we need to say it louder?
This is what we spoke about during the episode
- What if we did put on weight over the holidays? Does it matter? Do we need to feel crap about it? Or just accept it?
- Our bodies can fluctuate weights. And so?
- Practising self-acceptance is like a muscle, the more you do it, the easier it becomes.
- “We can’t hate ourselves into a version of ourselves we can love.” — Lori Deschene. Real change comes from acceptance.
- Your weight doesn’t define your health. We’ll remind you again and again!
- There are other ways to maintain a happy, healthy life, and healthy mind.
- Check out who you’re surrounding yourself with.
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Emma + Carla
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