Being a new mom is hard. You’re sleep-deprived, you’re hormonal, you’re hungry, your body doesn’t feel like your own, and you have a tiny human depending on you. Don’t worry mama, you are not alone, and it’s ok if you don’t have it all together. In fact, it’s normal.
Having a baby is an incredibly special time of your life. However, it's also an incredibly difficult time. Your body has just spent nine months growing a small human, and yet there's this incredibly unrealistic expectation that your body is just going to go right back to what it was before after the baby is born. If you've been struggling with your body image since becoming a mom, get my top 5 tips to improve your postpartum body image.
If you’ve ever been on a diet before, you understand how exciting and promising starting a new diet can feel. The hope that maybe this time things will be different. In most cases, that initial lustre wears off quickly, and any form of dieting or “lifestyle change” becomes unsustainable in the long run. You are not alone. This is not you failing the diet, this is the diet failing you. If you want to get out of the diet cycle for good, this webinar is for you.