Currently I’m…

This “Currently, I’m…” theme has been going around the blog world and I thought I’d partake. I love hearing bits and pieces about other peoples lives and getting to share some of mine with you, especially since I haven’t been blogging as much these days.

Currently, I’m….


A plain old laid-back, normal weekend in NYC. I have been all over the place these past few weekends, and am also going to be going away this weekend. I’m really looking forward to finally being back in the city toward the end of the month, having more laid back weekends, and hangin’ with my friends in the hopefully warmer weather.

Traveling to…

Florida! Okay, can’t complain here. I am heading to my parents house in Florida today for a few days and can’t wait.


This book. You guys can probably tell that I am a self-development, self-discovery junkie by now. It’s just what I love. I’m fascinated by people, life, and new ways to look at things. I guess it makes sense that I am a coach.


This book is all about getting clear on your core desired feelings as your goals vs. having hard-set goals like a six figure business or the right man. It has already shifted how I set intentions for what I want in my life.


The Bachelor. Seriously, already feeling a void since the Finale on Monday. What to do on Monday nights without Sean? I’m honestly not sure yet.


Both this:


And this:


Balance, I guess? I equally love ice cream and spinach.

Excited by…

My new website that I’ve been working on with the most amazing web developers. I searched for a while for the right fit in terms of who to work with, and I couldn’t be happier with my decision and how things look so far. I can’t wait to show it to you guys soon!


My brother is getting married at the end of the summer and wedding planning is kicking in to high gear. I will be busy being the best bridesmaid I can be to Mara (his fiance) and the most supportive sister I can be to my brother over the next few months and am getting SO excited about everything that entails.


(my bro and Mara)


Spring clothes.. they’re the best. So many cute things out there!! I keep “treating myself” to new clothes and at some point I need to stop. I’ve been pinning and dreaming on my Style Pinterest board:


Having fun with…

My ridiculously long hair. My hair is the longest it has been, maybe ever, and it’s like I have to learn about it all over again. I actually watch YouTube videos about cool and fun hairstyles for very very long and thick hair (I have never been into this stuff before but suddenly am). And then I try to replicate, laugh, try to fix it with lots of bobby pins, and realize just how much room I have for improvement. I did learn how to do a fishtail braid to myself the other day though… Props!

Listening to…

A lot of Spotify… loving this song in particular right now:

What about you??

What are you craving/traveling to/loving/planning/excited by/missing/etc….?

A reminder about the April Intuitive Eating Challenge. Email me at with “April IE Challenge” in the subject line to get on the list!


April 21 Day Intuitive Eating Challenge

Good morning!

As many of you know, I’ve been running Intuitive Eating challenges for the last couple of months. Each time, I keep refining the program to be better, based on how the women work through the program and what I feel needs to be changed.

Today I am happy to say we will be doing the Challenge again in April, starting April 1st. Below are the updated details:

IE Challenge Logo

The point of the 21 Day Intuitive Eating Challenge is to make steps toward becoming more Intuitive Eaters. This means:

– breaking the Diet Mentality

– taking a hard look at Emotional Eating and reducing the amount of times we eat for emotional reasons.

– listening to our own bodies instead of outside rules telling us what and when we should eat

– eating what we want when we are hungry and learning how to be truly satisfied with our food choices

– respecting when our bodies are full and satisfied and reducing the amount of times we overeat

The Challenge is for you if: 

– you feel like you constantly need to control your diet and exercise

– you deprive yourself and then overeat/binge

– you often times eat for reasons other than pure hunger

– you know what you “should” eat to lose weight, but aren’t able to

– you feel guilty when eating unhealthy food

– you have a constant chatter in your head telling you what you “should” and “shouldn’t” eat and you just want it to stop

Here is what the challenge entails: 

– Three 15 minute one-on-one coaching calls with me. One will be before the challenge starts. During this call, we will hone in on your personal, specific struggles with emotional eating, overeating, controlling your diet, and intuitive eating and figure out how you should personally approach the challenge to get the most out of it. The second 15 minute call will be a checkpoint in the middle to touch base on how the program is going for you and any questions that you have. The last call is at the end. This will give us a chance to debrief and recap how the challenge went for you, discuss any questions you have, and talk about how you can work on being more Intuitive in your life going forward.

– Daily newsletters from me that arrive in your inbox every single morning at 6am. Each newsletter outlines a different topic and lesson pertaining to Intuitive Eating and challenges you to try to incorporate the lesson into your life from that day going forward. The newsletters have a flow to them – they strategically guide you so that the lessons can build on one another.

– Personal one-on-one coaching with me through email. I respond within 24 hours and coach you through your own personal struggles, questions, and successes. Some people like to email me daily to check in, others email me with road bumps or situations that are specific to their own lives and schedules.

– Access to the private Intuitive Eating Challenge Facebook Group. This has been really active with each group- people have posted pictures of their food, how they are taking the lessons each day and incorporating them into their day-to-day, “ah ha” moments that they have, and questions for the group.  As Clare says “This group is AMAZING. Just knowing you have a place to quickly share ANY thought, fear, success, question and be greeted with helpful answers and calming words is incredible. I want to stay in it forever.” Note: It is not mandatory to be part of this group if you want to remain private.

The cost of the Challenge for the month of April is $49.

I will be closing the sign up on Friday, March 22nd (if not earlier, if we fill up) so that we can schedule the initial private one-on-one coaching calls for the last week of March.

To see what people are saying about the challenge, head over to the main Intuitive Eating Challenge page and scroll down. 

Please email me at with  “April IE Challenge” in the subject line if you’d like to join the challenge. From there, we will get you signed up.

Whole Wheat Fresh Berry and Ginger Scones

Oh, scones. There is something just so quaint and homey about you.


I love scones because they are not overly sweet. In fact, these scones have hardly any sugar in them.

They are made from simple and wholesome ingredients: fresh berries, crystalized ginger, whole wheat flour, greek yogurt, milk, a little bit of butter, and a touch of sugar in the raw.




These were really simple to make. I mixed together the dry ingredients, then worked in the butter (I learned out to “cut butter” into the flour by watching a quick YouTube video), milk, and greek yogurt. Finally, I added the berries and ginger, a touch of lemon and lemon zest, and rolled it all out in a random blob.


I tried to make “scone-like” shapes out of it, and ended up with a whole bunch of different sized slices. But hey, that’s what homemade is supposed to look like, right?


These came out delicious. I LOVE the fresh berries. So many recipes called for using dried fruit, but I would highly recommend using fresh fruit. The sweetness of the berries heightened with the heat of the oven, and the berries were sweet and melty when they were done cooking.



I brought a few of these over to my brother and his fiance that night, saved a couple for myself in my fridge for breakfast, and individually wrapped the rest and froze them for future mornings. And obviously ate one straight out of the oven for an afternoon snack.




These scones would be perfect alongside a cup of coffee in the morning with some berries on the side, paired with a couple of eggs, or used for a mid afternoon snack with a cup of tea. They are simple, made with wholesome ingredients, and incredibly satisfying.

Enjoy! 🙂

Whole Wheat Fresh Berry and Ginger Scones 

(adapted from this recipe)

makes about 14 scones

  • 1.5 cups whole wheat pastry flour
  • .5 cups whole wheat flour
  • 1 T baking power
  • 1/2 t baking soda
  • 4 T turbinado (raw) sugar, plus more for sprinkling on top
  • 5 T butter
  • 1/2 cup greek yogurt (I used 0%, fat free)
  • 1/2 cup milk (I used almond milk)
  • dash of cinnamon
  • 1 cup fresh berries
  • 1/2 cup crystallized ginger
  • 1 T lemon juice + 1 T lemon zest
  • dash of salt

1. Preheat oven to 350.

2. Combine yogurt and baking soda in a bowl and set aside. This will turn the yogurt in a light, fluffy, meringue-type texture.

3. In a large bowl, combine flours, baking powder, sugar, cinnamon and salt. Whisk together.

4. Cut the butter into bite sized pieces and then add it in to the flour mixture. Use your hands to coat the butter with the flours and to mix it all together. Or, use this video to learn more about “cutting” the butter into the flour with knives. 

5. Add in the greek yogurt and milk. Mix well.

6. Add in the chopped berries and chopped ginger. Add in lemon zest, and squeeze of lemon juice.

7. Mix well together. On a floured surface, lay out the dough and spread until it is a 1/2 inch thick. Cut into triangles and lay out on baking sheets. I lined the baking sheets with a tiny bit of butter, but you can use parchment paper instead.

8. Bake for about 20 minutes, or until lightly brown on edges.

The Week I Talked To 35 Women About Their “Food Issues”

After running the February Intuitive Eating Challenge, I strongly felt that the next time I did the challenge, I should add an initial and final one-on-one coaching call for me to connect with each of the women, personally. I wanted to understand them better, and I wanted them to feel a connection to me as I guided them through a three week journey that was going to drastically challenge their “dieting” beliefs. Most importantly, I wanted to give them the opportunity to just talk.

So, as part of the March Intuitive Eating Challenge, I added in two 15 minute one-on-one coaching calls for each of the participants.

And last week, before the March challenge started, I held all of the initial calls. I sat in my little studio apartment and spent my time talking to 35 women about their relationship to food, their bodies, and themselves.

The week that I talked to 35 women about their food issues was one of the most meaningful, touching and eye opening weeks I have had in a long time.

Each of these women has her own story, her own history and her own struggle with her body and her weight.

These struggles run deep, and these talks were emotional. Some of these women even cried to me within minutes of our first words.

These women are from all over the United States, are of all ages and backgrounds, and have totally different lifestyles and jobs.

Some are college graduates, and some are moms of four kids. Some are marathon runners and some struggle to get off the couch. Some are trying to lose weight, some are trying to maintain, and some are trying to gain weight.

Some have been dieting for 3 years and some have been dieting for 30 years.

But despite their differences, I was so deeply moved by how much these women all have in common in regards to their “food issues”.

When it comes to the relationship that these women have to food and their bodies,  there are such obvious themes that connect all of them, and that I believe connect so many of us, as women. 

These women are exhausted. By the voices in their heads that beat them up for eating what they shouldn’t be eating. By all of the questioning. By the constant cycles of dieting and bingeing. By the weight gains and weight losses that they keep experiencing.

They are exhausted from trying to control everything.

Each of these women has a hard time with self trust, self love or self care in some form of another. I know that, as women, we can all relate to this. We question ourselves constantly. We judge ourselves and compare ourselves to other people. We aren’t sure if what we really want to eat, do, say, is “right” or if it’s enough.

They feel like they need permission to do what they actually want with their diet.

They all struggle with:

Lack of trust.

Need for Control.

Self- Doubt and Self Criticism.

Restriction, rules, judgement.

Emotional Eating.

So you know what happens when 35 women come together and try to give up all of the dieting mumbo jumbo, repair their relationship to food, and work together on getting back to themselves, their cravings, and what they actually want?

Watch. Out.

The support among them has seriously blown me away. We have this Facebook Group and it’s a non stop outpouring of support for one another.

One woman posts a success, or an “ah-ha” moment, and everyone celebrates.

One women posts a struggle, and she is clearly beating herself up. Others are there for her within minutes. Telling her that they just had a similar experience the night before.

It has become clear that there are so many other qualities that these women have in common:

These women are incredibly loving.

They support the hell out of each other.

They are open to something new.

They are aware.

They are willing.

They are strong.

They want to learn about themselves again and learn to trust themselves. They want permission to give up the “shoulds” and just be themselves. They want to see what this feels like. They want to feel free.

The week I talked to 35 women about their “food issues” was beautiful, meaningful and so profound.

I realized the strings of connection that tie us, as women, together. The themes, struggles, and desires that are prevalent in so many of our lives.

And most importantly, I realized the power that we have when we support each other. It blows my mind.

An IINspiring Weekend… Back Where It All Began

This weekend was a really meaningful one for me. In 2010, I graduated as a Certified Holistic Health Coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. (IIN)

Although I was working in finance at the time, I went to Columbus Circle two weekends a month and sat in this gorgeous auditorium to learn.


This weekend I went back for a Live Alumni Event for the whole weekend.

Before the weekend, I hadn’t thought much of it. I was excited, and particularly excited to see certain speakers. But it wasn’t until I sat down in those chairs again that everything started to sink in. Of course, I got a little emotional… you know me!

As soon as I sat down I thought, man… 3 years ago, when I was sitting here, I was so lost. I didn’t know what I wanted to do about my career, I loved the idea of making Health Coaching my career but knew that I did not have the courage, I was struggling with my own body and weight, and had a general lack of fulfillment in my life at the time.

3 years later, and things are so different. I actually do have that health coaching career that I only dreamed about the last time I was in those seats. I have figured out my own body and weight issues, and my life is way more fulfilling. I took a few minutes when I first sat down to just think about how much of a difference 3 short years can make.

I know that I still have so much I want to learn, do, experience, and so many areas I want to grow in, but it was a really interesting point of reflection that I wasn’t expecting to feel this weekend.


At IIN, there is a general theme that in our lives, we all have “Primary Food” and “Secondary Food”. Primary Food are the various aspects of our lives that feed our soul. They have nothing to do with food. They are areas such as Relationships, Career, Spirituality, Finances, Social Life, Home Environment and Joy. When these various components are not satisfied, we reach for Secondary Food, which is actual physical food. The food is there to fill some sort of a void that we have in our lives.

As coaches from IIN, we know that Primary Food is so important. I see it time and time again with my clients– it’s really all about the Primary Food. Most of us know what to eat, but we aren’t doing it. Why? Because our Primary Food is unsatisfied in some way.

This weekend, the point was to make sure that we, as coaches, were paying attention to our OWN primary food. It was a weekend that made us look at our own lives and examine various areas of lack and fulfillment. We all have such strong missions to help people, and this was such a good reminder to fill up our own buckets as well.

And it was an opportunity for us to get honest about what was going on in our lives. What we were neglecting, what we were paying too much attention to, where we felt balanced and unbalanced.

I left feeling renewed, inspired and empowered. I felt taken care of, like I have this whole community of people who have my back.


Do you think there are areas of your life that feel unbalanced? Are there any Primary Foods that you aren’t feeling satisfied with? Do you feel that this concept of a lack of Primary Food causing you to overeat or not take care of yourself is something that’s going on in your life?

Share if you’d like or simply just think about one area in your life that you’d like to be more fulfilling– whether it be your relationship to your boyfriend/husband or your job or your home environment– and try to put some extra effort into that area today.

And if you have any questions about IIN after reading this, definitely let me know!

Bok Choy Stir Fry with Potatoes, Apples, and Mushrooms

I’ve been really into Bok Choy lately. It’s leafy, it’s green, it’s super healthy, and SO easy to prepare. I also like how there are two parts to it: the stalky, hearty part of it and then the leafy part of it. So much bang for your buck.

Although I pride myself on never really making the same thing twice, I’ve made this same stir fry, or a slight variation of it, several times over the last couple of weeks.

I am a veggie-lover and like huge bowls of vegetables for lunch/dinner sometimes, but if you like more of a protein heavy meal, this would be great with chicken, steak, or beans.


This is what I started with:


I chopped it all up, and threw it in a pan with some olive oil:


Let it all cook down for about 5 minutes over high heat, and added some breadcrumbs for crunch:



To season, I added Salt, Pepper, and Red Pepper Flakes. Sometimes I also add about half a tablespoon of butter. Because it’s just so good and picks up the flavor.

Health in a bowl, baby.




Are you into Bok Choy? Have you had it? Like it?


Bok Choy Stir Fry with Potatoes, Apples, and Mushrooms

  • 3 or 4 large Bok Choy Leaves
  • 3 or 4 small red potatoes
  • 6 or 7 white mushrooms
  • 1/2 apple
  • 1/4 cup breadcrumbs
  • 1 or 2 T olive oil
  • Salt, Pepper, Red Pepper Flakes

1. Chop all vegetables and add to an oiled sauté pan.

2. Stir frequently over high heat for about 5 minutes. Add bread crumbs. Stir for another minute or two.

3. Enjoy a huge bowl of healthy vegetables.

Final Day Reflections on The Feb 21 Day Intuitive Eating Challenge and GiveAway Winner

I want to cry! The Feb Challenge is over.

You guys may know by now that I am the sappiest person alive, so of course I am getting emotional as I just typed up my last daily email to the Feb Challengers.

The 21 Day Feb Intuitive Eating Challenge has been my baby since one sleepless night in January when the idea hit me at 2am like a load of bricks. I wanted to start to express to you guys and to my clients what I really honestly believe is the way to approach our eating, weight and body issues. I don’t believe in diets, but I do believe in US, in listening to ourselves. And I decided to take a chance and just start talking about Intuitive Eating.

And the Feb group took a chance and gave it a shot.

I am so inspired by the Feb group. They have shared so much with me about their own issues, have supported each other, have celebrated their successes, have pushed themselves way outside of their comfort zones, and have opened themselves up to a whole new way of thinking.

They have struggled, they’ve questioned things, they’ve taken steps backward, they’ve gotten tripped up. And so have I. All the time.

But it felt like a real community. I knew that when I had a hard time with something, I could share it with them. And when I was proud of something, they’d be open ears. And I think everyone felt that way.

Each email I sent meant something different to each person. Some concepts resonated big time with some people, and other concepts made an impact on other people. Everyone took something else away from it.

But I think at the end of the day, I realize that what people have said they took away from it was a new perspective, a release of control, guilt and judgement, a sense of awareness of themselves that they had been ignoring for a long time, a desire to feel really good in their own skin, and a trust in themselves that they know the right answers for what they need. (If you want to read  what some of them have said about the challenge, there are a bunch of quotes from them at the bottom of this page)



And just like that… the 21 days are over. Thank you to my February group for inspiring me more than you know and allowing me to come into your lives for the past 21 days. You are all amazing, courageous and I am really proud of all of the accomplishments you’ve all seen in the last few weeks.

And for the March challengers… get ready!! 🙂 The sign up closes today at 6pm so if you’d like to still sign up, I can still take a couple more people today. Check out this page if you’re interested. 

Finally, the winner of the Chocolate Giveaway is:


Joanne, I love that “self love” comment! I’ll email you to get your address and these chocolate bars will be on your way!

A Little Known Fact and Lemon Cornmeal Pancakes

These pancakes have a story behind them, and in order to tell you that story, you’ll need to know a little known fact about me:

I am an outdoorsy freak.

I’ve done some really weird stuff in my day, including but not limited to spending a month in the Alaskan mountains hiking, camping each night, and hangin’ out with the bears. I also spent that same month without a single shower, a toilet, a mirror, and barely a change of clothes. I told you… weird.

I can put on heels and a dress, but I am just as happy in hiking boots with a super cool waterproof Timex watch strapped to my wrist.


That’s part of my group in Alaska. I did a NOLS trip after my freshman year of college. It was by far the most intense experience of my life. If I had known how crazy it was going to be, I don’t think I ever would have done it. In fact, my ankles were so ruined after the month, that the doctor told me I couldn’t workout for 6 weeks. And see that tape on my ears? That’s because we all got some weird skin rashes throughout our time there, so you know, we just threw on some masking tape and life went on.

I’ll never forget the first day when they went through my backpack that I had brought. I thought I had brought very limited clothing according to the packing list. But they quickly started tossing half of my stuff out.

“you won’t be needing this, or this, or this, or this”

Let’s just say they left me with two pairs of underwear and one sports bra for an entire month. I know, gross. The whole experience was absolutely insane, but one of those experiences I will never ever forget.

I’ve never worked my body or my mind so hard.


I’ve also done a crazy amount of hiking.


This is me in my happy place. Exhausted after a hike.

My Dad and I have a goal to hike a part of the Appalachian Trail in each of the states it passes through. We’ve done about 5 or 6 at this point (out of 14), and have created so many incredible memories along the way.

Put me on a trail with a backpack, some trail mix, a couple water bottles, good hiking shoes, plenty of blister bandaids, a fleece, and I am one happy camper… literally.


I’ve also been convinced to go ice climbing. For someone who hates the cold, this was not my ideal sport, but I have to say it was REALLY cool. Being able to jam your spikes into some ice and literally climb up it was a very cool feeling.


I’ve also played around a lot on ropes courses and taught the ropes course at my camp a few summers ago:


And done my fair share of rock climbing, both indoors and outdoors:


I think I have my very first boyfriend to thank for a lot of this. He was the kind of boyfriend who bought me a climbing harness as a birthday present and was SOOO excited about it. I guess he saw a little adventurer in me at a ripe age of 16, and for the past 10 years, that spark has never died. I am in love with the outdoors.

So what does this have to do with pancakes, you may be asking?

WELL, in Alaska, during that month that still makes me shudder, we had to cook all of our own food.  A plane would come each week and literally drop us bags of food. Looking back on how ridiculous this was now makes me laugh!


And of course, being the foodie I am, some of my most vivid memories from the trip are of the food we ate. One of my favorite meals was these cornmeal pancakes that we made.

We had to eat a ridiculous amount of calories when we were there. I probably ate between 3000 and 4000 calories each day just to keep up with the rigor of the hiking. We spent our entire days climbing mountains, paving our own trails, and wading through rivers flowing with glacier water.


The rivers were my favorite part. I loved the challenge of slowly getting from one side to the other, knowing that at any moment you could be easily swept away. The adrenaline rush was like nothing I’ve ever experienced.

Anywho, back to the pancakes!

So, we made these cornmeal pancakes and coated them in TONS of butter because, well, we needed all of the calories we could get. We had to get creative in our cooking because we were given basic materials (flour, oats, cornmeal, dried milk, etc.) and had to just come up with our food.

I’ve actually never made cornmeal pancakes for myself before, but it’s always been in the back of my mind that I’ve wanted to recreate these. Yesterday was the day. These taste a little like cornbread in pancake form, but don’t have all of the unhealthy butter that cornbread has.

I used a little bit of butter to coat the pan, and used whole wheat flour with the cornmeal.



Aside from the butter, these are vegan. I made them with almond milk and didn’t use any eggs.


The experience of eating these in my pajamas was a little different than out on the mountains as we geared up for another 8 hour hike straight up a mountain while doing bear calls to avoid getting eaten alive.

But other than that, the experience was pretty similar 🙂

Whole Wheat Lemon Cornmeal Pancakes

  • 1/4 cup whole wheat flour
  • 1/4 cup cornmeal
  • 1/2 cup + 2 T almond milk or regular milk
  • 1 t honey
  • 1 t lemon rind (optional)
  • 1 t baking powder
  • sprinkle of salt
  • 1/2 T butter

1. Mix flour, cornmeal, baking powder. Add lemon rind, honey, salt, and milk. Mix all together.

2. Heat up a skillet and use butter to coat. Pour mixture onto pan, flip the pancakes once they’re bubbling slightly.

3. Add a little more butter when done, and syrup on the side.

Enjoy! 🙂

Are you an outdoor lover? What do you like to do??

Video Blog: The Intuitive Eating Challenge

Hi guys!

I made a little video for you yesterday that talks about the 21 Day Intuitive Eating Challenge. I go into what the February Intuitive Eating Challenge has been all about, a couple of additions that the March Challenge will have, and offer some more color on Intuitive Eating in general.

It’s very off the cuff, I made it on a whim… so please excuse the open closet in the background with my shoes hanging out and my constant filler words of “like” “you know” “kinda” and “sorta”. My presentation skills are a little rusty 🙂

If you want to sign up for the March challenge, check out the details here and email me if you’re interested at

Chocolate Giveaway: With Love from Me to You

Happy Valentines Day!!

I got you a little present.

It’s really cliche, but I couldn’t resist.

Look how pretty!


Everyone needs a little chocolate, and this is my favorite kind.

I’ve tried almost every flavor and they all have their perks. Some are spicy, some minty, some are strong, some more mild, some fruity, some nutty.

So I chose six flavors and they’re all yours.


I wanted to share some love on this Valentines Day because you have all been so good to me over the past year. It’s because of your support for this blog that I now have my own business and am doing something I love. It’s because of you that I have this outlet to share my thoughts and experiences, and it’s because of your openness that I have the opportunity to try to help some of you in making positive changes in your lives.

I think I owe you a few more chocolate bars for that.


I hope that you take some time today to not only show your love for everyone around you, but to also take some time to love on yourself. Do something just for you today. Because loving yourself should be your number one priority. It is only when you really love yourself and fill up your own bucket that you can show everyone else how much you truly love them.


And now I’m rambling about love, so I’ll stop and just cut to the chocolate chase.

To enter in the giveaway for these Chocolove Chocolate bars, just leave a comment on this post telling me one way you’re going to love yourself today. It could be anything… from eating something you love to listening to your favorite music while driving home. Whatever it is that fills up your bucket. Share it with me!

AND if you’d like to tweet about it, you get an extra entry. Just tweet something about the giveaway and add my twitter handle in there (@studioeats14) and the link to this post so that I know you’ve tweeted.

I’ll keep this giveaway open for 4 or 5 days and will announce the winner mid-week next week.

YAY for chocolate and for this day of love and especially for you.

And if you haven’t signed up for my 21 Day March Intuitive Eating Challenge, but are interested, go on and sign up! We are getting an amazing group going and I can’t wait for it to kick off.