After a lifetime on diets, I finally found a way to manage my weight that worked for me. Now I want to help you to do that for yourself.
It’s not a magic spell or a ‘take this pill every night and the fat magically melts off’ solution, I did it by committing to a level of exercise that allowed me to eat my favourite foods, but that won’t necessarily work for you – the secret is to find out what will.
it’s all about mindset and lifestyle.
If you want to get a grip on your weight so you can attain and maintain the size you want to be – I’m here to help you find that.
There is more than one way to skin a cat (as my mam used to say) so there are a number of options for you to get the help and support you need.
Manage your weight
Nobody wants to be permanently ‘on a diet’ and not everyone is a gym bunny or dedicated to jogging daily, so my approach is about finding a way for you to manage your size and weight in a way that works for YOU.
Download your free 7 Stepping Stones to Success eBook here
Get started on the four part Foundation programme. This comes in four workbooks that will start you thinking about what you want and making the small changes that will make a big difference.
Join my private group where you’ll be able to ask questions, join our fortnightly live forum and talk to other people who are on their own version of the same journey.
Work with me on a 1-2-1 programme to create the programme that will fit your mindset and lifestyle. Accountability and fire-fighting built in!
My Latest Blogs
When I was morbidly obese the casual look was always a problem, not helped because I have little stumpy legs: So, I was wide and short. I was relatively fine with dressing appropriately for work, formal or party, but casual always got me. (BTW when I dress, I dress...
Recently I met up with a business contact and above you can see the meeting. When the above photo was posted I got some public messages saying “Wow” “The waffle looks huge!” Then I got some private messages saying variations on the “I thought you were on a diet”...
I was once contacted by someone I’d not seen for many years. We had at one point worked together and had then moved into the Christmas card relationship. She said we must get together sometime, perhaps go for a meal. I said “Yes—that would be nice”, without suggesting...