When it comes to weight release, the problem isn’t knowing
WHAT to do.
It’s actually DOING IT.
It’s time to sort out what’s stopping you.
Everyone is different. Everyone has a different reason for holding on to their weight, eating the way they do.
Your relationship with exercise is a product of what’s going on in your head, too.
Enough of the
Hi, I’m Suzanne
I’m so proud of the woman I used to be. She’s the one who did the work. She’s the one who kept going when things were tough.
I’m thrilled to be here, it’s been an enormous journey.
Weight release goes beyond the calories.
In fact, it’s not about the calories at all.
Cutting out vs Adding in Whenever I began a diet the first thing I’d do is to cut out a whole bunch of foods. No soft drinks, no bread, no potatoes, no corn, no chocolate, no chips - etc etc. The list of 'banned’ foods would vary depending on the diet. I would...read more
How uncomfortable are you willing to get? Transformation, change of any sort, requires a certain degree of getting uncomfortable. There is no other way to look at it, because if we are comfortable we won’t change, we will just keep doing the same things we have...read more
I lived for the majority of my life either on a diet, or out of control. There was no middle ground. It was like driving with both the accelerator and brake on at the same time, I made no headway, and all I seemed to do was wear down my tyres (my energy...read more
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As I sit here, in a quiet moment, I’m thinking about the last few weeks I’ve spent with Suzanne (figuratively) by my side. I’m thinking about how as each day passes, my mindset is shifting and my confidence is growing. I still eat chocolate, without SHAME (because let’s face it, it’s delicious) – but I don’t eat the whole block absentmindedly and then look for more.
I still get tempted to eat things that I know actually don’t make me feel good physically, nor “fix” me emotionally, but I’m consistently making better choices now. I thought when I first arranged to talk to Suzanne that I just needed ideas and strategies and organization tips, that it wasn’t an emotional/mind thing anymore. I couldn’t have been more wrong. If that was all I needed, I could have gotten it from Google years ago.
Investing in Suzanne’s services was an investment in myself, and one that I feel will change my life for the better. It already is, one step, one strategy, one action at a time.
I FEEL different now – I’m not even sure if I look any different or if the number on the scale is different, but the difference I feel physically and emotionally on the inside is enough for me to say it’s 100% worthwhile, and I’m confident that the exterior will work itself out to be exactly as it’s meant to be. Thank you so much.