When I first realized that I had based my entire lifetime of happiness according to how much I weighed, I felt sad and a bit regretful of how much time I wasted. I went on my first diet when I was in middle school. From that point on, I tried every single diet, weight loss drug, workout plan, and 3am infomercial gimmick that promised me happiness once I got to my goal weight.
And none of it worked.
After years of effort and failed attempts, I finally realized that what I needed was a cohesive plan that focused on MY body and needs… not random fads from fitness gurus who have zero concept of what it’s like to actually be the “fat girl.” I knew I didn’t want to feel this way anymore.
I decided things had to change.
That’s when I made my “No Plan B Commitment” to myself.
Continuing to binge eat and obsess about my weight was not an option. Staying fat and miserable was not an option. Going on another yo-yo diet just to lose weight right before an event was not an option. I was all in.
So I invested in the biggest personal development journey of my life. I needed to uncover why emotional binge eating and weight was always an issue for me. If I could uncover that, then I could find out why I hated my body so much.
And I finally realized that I had been attaching all of my self-worth and confidence to an imaginary number on the scale.
This was my turning point.
After this, I realized I HAD to help others do the same. So I took everything I learned and implemented into my own life and created the Irresistible You Framework. I started using this method to help other women just like you.
So if you’re tired of researching and trying and failing and ending up in the same exact place….
I have something for you 🙂
Having a proven, step-by-step plan you can follow – regardless of your weight right now- gives you the confidence that this won’t be like the other attempts, that you’ll finally stick with it and create lasting change around your relationship with your body.
Plus, it allows you to skip over the expensive mistakes I made, endless tears in the dressing room, and time wasted hiding at home.