You CAN Change!

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you can change | positive thinking | mindful eating clinic podcast

In my latest podcast interview, Lori Weber from The Mindful Eating Clinic and I geek out about how you CAN change...no matter the time of the year!

The funny thing about being stuck in auto-pilot all of the time is that we never lift our head to consider if there is a different – arguably better – way to go through life.
 
So, I grab any opportunity I get to talk about it, and who better to geek out with than the amazing Lori over at The Mindful Eating Clinic.
 
Lori works hard to support her clients to develop a new and happier way to think, eat and live when it comes to food…and there is so much crossover between what she does and developing a stronger and more resilient mindset.
 
We cover a lot of ground in 45 minutes: how our brilliant brain does us good and bad, switching from auto-pilot to manual, developing a more positive outlook to help us cope with life and whether or not you should make a New Years resolution!

Listen below and you can subscribe to Lori’s Mindful Meets podcast here! If you’re on Apple podcasts, a review would be amazing!

Switching to manual is a choice, but an important one in today’s world, and one that can lead to more confidence, stronger relationships and living a happier life, at home and at work.

If you got anything from the podcast and would like to help keep me going with a nice cuppa (double espresso for me), that would be amazing.
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