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Listen in to this episode to learn about journaling and how it can help you on journey to create a relationship with food that you love.
One of things that distinguishes us humans from other animal species is our ability to observe our own thinking. Our thoughts underpin who we are, what we do, and what we create in our lives. Having the ability to choose our thinking is a human super power but many of us aren’t aware of our thoughts, let alone tapping into our ability to use our thinking to proactively help us become more of who we want to be and create more of what we want in our lives.
Journaling can help you create a better relationship with food and lose weight. Journaling can also help you do things like, let go of perfectionist thinking, let go of regret about things you may have done in your past, learn to accept or even love your body, figure out your life’s purpose, improve a relationship with another person, learn to love your job, help you reach a new life goal and so much more.
CLAIR MACKENZIE IS A LIFE & WEIGHT COACH WHO HELPS FEMALE PROFESSIONALS AND ENTREPRENEURS LOSE WEIGHT BY TRANSFORMING THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH FOOD AND THEMSELVES FOR LIFE
Clair’s uses an array of coaching tools and techniques to help women, who are done with dieting, take control of their eating whilst increasing their self-belief and self-worth.
“There is nothing more rewarding than helping someone overcome their detrimental relationship with food so that they can thrive in optimal physical and mental wellbeing.”
After overcoming decades of struggling with her own weight and losing 6 stone Clair used her experience and coaching qualifications to create her two programmes; ‘Lose Weight. Live Life’ for her private clients and her ‘My One Life Academy’ membership program.
Before following her passion to help women lose weight and transform their lives, Clair worked for a global blue-chip organisation in various marketing and consulting roles.
Clair has been featured on the BBC, interviewed for various podcasts, and loves speaking about how she helps women at events.
Clair lives in rural Warwickshire with her husband, teenage children and their two dogs.