"I believe everyone can have a healthy

relationship with food and themselves"

Jenny McDonald Smiling. Leaning against glass with reflection. Welcome Page

WELCOME

If you have stumbled across this site I’m guessing you are looking forward to finally making your peace with food. You may want to lose weight, but more than anything you want to be free to enjoy life, without food consuming your thoughts and without being on a constant diet.

You have realised there is far more to your relationship with food than counting calories, following a specific plan and forcing yourself to exercise. (Urgh, I hate that word!) It makes me think about my school days and the dreaded P.E. lessons, always being the last one around the running track. That's not to say I won’t encourage you to look after your body, I just don’t believe that means slogging your guts out in the gym (unless that's your thing, of course!).

Now, I know our inherited belief systems tell us that losing weight is hard, and keeping it off is even harder - but what if that wasn’t true?

What if the reality was...once you make friends with food and with yourself, weight loss is easy? And what's more, it can happen naturally whilst you are enjoying life, doing all the things you have been missing out on for years because you’ve been too self conscious - holidays, social occasions and family time.

 

What if you could really stop worrying about what you have, or haven't, eaten?

Jenny McDonald reading on a bench
Jenny McDonald having a picnic drinking orange juice

Ok - I can hear your inner thoughts saying, “that may work for you, but it won’t work for me!” Yep! There’s that little voice that stops us from trying, or allows us to try but give up at the first hurdle (I like to call it the ‘sloth brain’).

 

Remember, that voice is simply there to keep you safe and protect you. It’s the voice that doesn’t want you to do anything dangerous - like go into a lions cage! So it serves a purpose in that sense, but it can also hold us back.

That voice may be thinking, “I don’t want to try, because I don’t want to fail again.” And I totally get that!

Sometimes it feels safer to stay where you are, and actually if you are happy, truly happy there, then yes, stay there and work on letting go of others’ opinions about weight. But seeing as though you have read this far, I would hazard a guess that there is a part of you that is desperate to get off the dieting roller coaster and take the one way express train to food freedom!

 

Reconnecting with Yourself and Food

I have created this 3 day challenge / training so that you can kick start your relationship with food! This is a live recording from my private Facebook group.

 

If, like me, you have spent years dieting, then maybe it is time for you to create a better relationship with food and with yourself!

 

I invite you to “gift” yourself this time without the distraction of your phone, without trying to do 3 things at once as us women often do! 

 

Then I invite you to take action! It is one thing watching the videos, but knowledge is not power - taking action is!

 

Let me know how you get on!

 

And if you want extra accountability join my private Facebook group and connect with likeminded ladies!

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