Dieting is not the answer to sustainable weight loss.

Neither is exercise!

Of course, you have to be mindful of what you eat. But have you ever tried ANY diet that didn’t work in the beginning?⁣

And you should exercise, but you can’t outrun ice cream and candy. And even if you could, your skin will know that you’ve eaten it. It’ll show up somehow.⁣

And don’t you want to glow? Have radiant health? Be free of aches and pains? Feel good longer than the ice cream lasts?⁣

Diet and exercise are important, but they’re not the answer to losing weight. ⁣

Have I lost my mind? Actually, just the opposite.⁣

The answer to sustainable weight loss is all in your head!⁣

What’s weighing your body down is the weight of the world: whatever that is to you.⁣

So, you have some work to do, but the results are long-lasting! And it’s not as hard as it seems.⁣

You simply let go of the stories you tell yourself; your beliefs that don’t serve you. ⁣

I’ve let go of my stories and have exciting new chapters! ⁣

I’m unstoppable.⁣

Let me help you throw off the bowlines: dream big!⁣

“I’ve been watching you bloom and grow through your transition and I want that!”
Richard

I follow a lot of work, art, blogs and thoughts. Rarely does work stand out as inspired, authentic and fun. I don’t know how I got on your list but today you showed up. And unlike 150 other sites I deleted on Black Friday, you can stay.

Congratulations on a courageous journey and what will certainly be a huge contribution to anyone that taps in and trusts.

Richard

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Lynda

You are the real deal, Hara. I have been a certified empowerment coach for 13 years…a mental health counselor for 15 years…a women’s leadership development specialist for 10 years. I have battled much of what you are conquering (and have conquered) and I so appreciate you and what you are doing to encourage, lead and give hope to others who have similar struggles. Your way of sharing without judgment is a beautiful and rare find. I want more people like you in this world!

Lynda

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Terri

You are such a loving force in my life. I felt like I had a life force of love surrounding my body. Like a love bubble, lol. I am so happy you are there for me with no bullshit.

Terri

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Nicole

…You are inspiring others. You are creating positivity. You are teaching us that the “you is good enough.” You are encouraging us to think deeply and find/be positive…

Nicole

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Leslie

I truly appreciate how transparent you allow yourself to be. I don’t think I’ve ever known anyone who radiates such beauty and has fun doing it. You are my quiet inspiration.

Leslie

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