Change your relationship with food, change your relationship with life.

Is this you?

You have days where you’ve really got “this food thing” figured out…and days where you just totally blow it.

Yeah, sure, you’re “body positive”—just not about your body.

You know dieting isn’t healthy or sustainable, but you really need to lose the weight.

And after trying every possible food plan, you are seriously at the end of your rope, left with nothing but clothes that don’t fit, a body you hate and a raging case of hangry.

If this is you, then know this:

You are not alone.

You are in the right place (so here’s a picture of me welcoming you here!).

And, oh, yeah:

It doesn’t have to be this way.

You know you don’t want to live your whole life hating your body, or being trapped in the diet-binge cycle, or promising yourself for the millionth time that this time it’ll be different. You want to walk your feminist talk. You want to be done with all the body and food stuff.

But you don’t know what else to do. Fortunately, I do.

You don’t have to spend the rest of your life fighting with your body. You don’t have to sacrifice your sanity and freedom around food anymore. There is a way to stop the incessant fear of weight gain from ringing in your head all day long.

(Pro tip: It’s not by cutting carbs, going keto or exercising obsessively. That shit only makes those fears ring LOUDER.)

The first thing you gotta know is this: none of these sanity-sabotaging fears are your fault.

Whose fault is it?

#1: Diet culture

Ah, yes, diet culture, the invention of hobgoblins, little minds and racist old white men. Diet culture messages are everywhere, infused with sexist beliefs about what women are supposed to do with their bodies to be “healthy” (as if yo-yo dieting is healthy) and attractive.

#2: Your brain

As smart as you are, your well-intentioned lizard brain (the part that constantly searches for threats) is a dumbass when it comes to telling the difference between the threat of a wooly mammoth vs lumpy thighs. To your brain, they are both equally TERRIFYING.

Diet culture and your lizard brain work so brilliantly together that we can’t even see a way out of their grip. In fact, they work so effectively together that we think it’s our body’s fault that we torture ourselves with thoughts like:

They won’t want to go on a second date with me if they see my stomach looking like that.

I can’t believe I ate all that. I’m disgusting.

If only I could just conquer my night eating, everything would be ok.

These thoughts aren’t proof there’s something wrong with you or your body.

They are proof you are a human woman living in a messed up culture that has trained you to think that way from the jump.

Think about it: what is your earliest memory of learning that your body threatened to be wrong or bad, or that women’s bodies need to be a certain way? Who told you that? If you met that person today, would you ask them for directions on the street, let alone instructions on your appearance?

I don’t fucking think so.

This is where bitchcraft comes in.

We unpack the hot takes from diet culture, and the comments from that boy in third grade who called you fat, and all the other fearful bullshit lodged deep in your brain and we fuck it up.

Oh, and we also take:

brain + body science +

thought work +

social justice principles

and we get real about ending your binges, your food obsession, your night eating and sugar cravings once and for all.

In other words, we transform your relationship with food from fearful, perfectionist and obsessive to relaxed, confident and peaceful.

And yes, when your relationship with food changes, your whole life changes.

(And that’s why exploring how you relate to food is actually a magnificent doorway to discovering core beliefs about your very life.)

When I’m your coach, I’ll be an advocate for your sanity and freedom around food,

a.k.a., I’ll be the bitch who works on your behalf.

Then you’ll go from being sick and tired of

sugar cravings
thinking about food all day
planning events/your life around food
hating yourself for breaking a food rule
and being scared that you’ll never get your “food problem” figured out

To being the bad bitch who works on her own behalf.

Are you ready for more?

Book a call with me—it’s completely free—and let’s crush those food fears once and for all.