A simple shift to effortlessly elevate your self-talk

I was quite impressed by a keynote speaker a few years ago, Dr. Rosalie de Rossett. And get this. Her entire presentation, all four sessions, was scripted out. Now, her eyes weren’t glued to the pages in front of her. She easily engaged with the audience while following her script. She was a pro. During … Read more

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What joy are you missing out on?

Our brains are funny. They look for what’s going wrong. For what might happen. For what we’re missing out on. Hence FOMO, a widespread phenomenon in our culture. Fortunately, we’re starting to see a shift away from the frenzy this brings, towards something life-giving. Enter JOMO: The Joy of Missing Out. But we still linger … Read more

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Hey you, stop trying to lose weight

If you’re trying to lose weight, stop it. The longer you try, the longer you’ll be trying. Which means you won’t actually lose the weight. (I know…what the flip are you talking about, Heather?) Let’s look at it this way. Imagine you’re standing at the altar, next to your beloved. When asked about good times … Read more

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Do you know why you eat?

Do you know why you eat?

Do you know why you eat? Do you eat to lose weight? Because you’re hungry? For good nutrition? Because it’s there and it tastes good? To procrastinate? All of the above? March is National Nutrition Month and in a world of keto fanatics and carb-phobia, I appreciate grounded advice … Read more

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Do you know what it’s really about?

I was discussing with a group of clients the difference between our thoughts and facts, a concept that can take a while to really understand. And one coaching client said it brilliantly: “It’s not what’s going on; it’s what I think about what’s going on.” Yes! When we think … Read more

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Heather Moreno weight loss coach

Do you know what to expect?

For months we’ve anticipated re-entry. That is, getting back to normal life. We think we know what to expect. Seeing family and friends. Parties. Kids back in school. Eating in a restaurant. Breathing in public without a mask. Maybe, even, shaking someone’s hand. In the beginning we thought by … Read more

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