Most of us make New Year’s resolutions and never stick to them. We may make some changes at the beginning of January but always fall back into our old habits.
There could be a few reasons why we don’t succeed with our New Year’s resolutions:
  1. We try to change too much at once. If you try to change too much at once, you are almost guaranteed to fail. The trick is to learn how to set small attainable goals. These small attainable goals turn into healthy habits once you commit to them. For example, instead of telling yourself I will never eat fast food again. Set a goal to limit fast food to 2x per month or whatever amount you feel is EASILY attainable for you. In order to lose the weight and keep it off, we must create healthy habits that we enjoy! Which leads me to my next point.
  2. We force ourselves to do things we don’t like to do. In order to create a healthy lifestyle, the healthy habits must be things you enjoy! If you try something and don’t like it, find something else that you do enjoy. Everyone is different. There is no one diet or exercise that works for everyone. Experiment and figure out what you like. Certified Health Coaches, like myself, help clients figure out what works best for their bodies.
  3.  We don’t know how to commit to ourselves. It is so hard to keep our promises to ourselves when we are not used to holding ourselves accountable. If you can hold yourself accountable and commit to just one small attainable goal, you will be amazed at how your self-trust and belief in yourself improves within a few weeks!
  4. We think we have to be perfect and when we aren’t, we use our mistakes as an excuse to quit. Does this sound familiar? You do well for a couple of days and then you eat a ‘bad’ food. You tell yourself, “See, I told you that you couldn’t do this” and then you binge on cookies, cakes, or pizza. You resign yourself to always being overweight and unhealthy. You tell yourself, “I guess this is just who I am. I can’t do this. It’s too hard.” These are all FALSE things that your negative inner critic tells you! Your inner critic is responsible for sabotaging your efforts. Let me make this clear:

Mistakes are a part of the journey!

It is ok to make a mistake. Learn from it, do better next time, and move on. Your mistakes make you stronger and help shape you into the healthy and happy person you are meant to be.

Are you ready to succeed with your weight loss and health goals in 2018?!

Are you confused about what to eat?

Do you struggle to find time to take care of yourself and your health?

Do you feel controlled by your cravings, emotional eating, and/or negative inner critic so sabotage your weight loss efforts?


I get it. I used to be there too.

I was constantly sabotaging myself, felt completely controlled by my emotional/binge eating.

I felt that I would never reach my goals. But guess what?



You can reach your goals and I would love to show you how!

You are invited to participate in my completely ONLINE group program that begins Sunday, January 14, 2018!

My Unlock the Thinner & Healthier program is a 6 week group program where I will guide you and help you decipher the world of nutrition so you can figure out what works for you.

During this program, you will learn how to make smarter food choices, set yourself up for success, manage cravings and emotional/binge eating, how to stop self sabotage and not beat yourself up when you make a mistake, how to motivate yourself, and much more!


This is an online program so you can participate no matter where you live!

Hurry! There are only 20 spots available for this program!

Register by Thursday, January 11th to save $50 and receive bonuses!

I only run this program twice a year. The next time will be in June or July. So don’t wait! Start now! Your future self will thank you. 🙂


2018: New Year, New You!

Are you ready to crush your goals and not feel deprived while doing it?

Are you ready to learn how to lose the weight and keep it off by creating a healthy lifestyle you love?!

Learn from someone who has been there! I’ve lost 185 lbs naturally by making small gradual changes to my nutrition, mindset, and exercise.

Learn more here!

Disclaimer: This blog is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any illness or disease.

The information provided in this blog is for general educational purposes, has not been reviewed nor approved by the FDA and is not intended to take the place of advice from your medical professional, licensed dietitian or nutritionist.

You are solely responsible for your health care and activity choices. Participation in this blog does not constitute a client-coach relationship.

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