Fill Your Cup
Are good are you at meeting your daily needs?
That’s what Rachel Molenda refers to as filling your cup. Rachel is a holistic nutritionist who inspires women to take action to meet their daily needs so that they don’t use food to fill the lack of self-care.
Rachel will inspire us today to make it happen. Prioritizing your needs to show up the best version of you.
In this episode I discuss
- What “fill your cup” really means
- The real reason why you should keep your cup full
- How the “fill your cup” philosophy can be an instrument to developing intuitive eating
Last episode I talked about the elephant in the room… yes, I talked about weight loss. If you’re one of those women who wanna lose weight, you are not alone. I was there for many years along with millions of other women just like you.
The truth is 91% of women are unhappy about their body and seek weight loss as a solution. It’s a basic human need to be accepted by our tribe and peers, therefore to be “normal”.
All we want to be “normal”, we want to be confident in our body and image. We are ready to do what needs to get done to feel “normal” in our body. For most of us in this community, this desire to be “normal weight” has gone one of two ways: we did lose weight at some point but it didn’t “stick” OR we haven’t yet attempted to lose weight because we are so afraid of failure and change.
Why is it that we can’t do what we deeply desire? Curious? You gotta listen to this episode. Click here!
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