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18 - What I did when my clothes didn't fit anymore
In this episode, I am sharing with you how I overcame my mindset about attaching my self worth to this silly number on the tag. More about Rini: https://ownitbabe.ca Access my Body Image Video Training Series: https://ownitbabe.ca/freebies Size inclusive clothing brands: https://www.torrid.com https://www.modcloth.com https://coverstorynyc.com https://www.all67.com https://www.universalstandard.com https://premme.us https://coedition.com
#11 The Key to enjoying Intimacy and rediscovering your Self-Worth with Jess Rothley
Jessica Rothley is a Certified Eating Psychology Coach who specializes in Functional Endocrinology. She shares science-based women's health and hormone info that is weight inclusive and diet EXCLUSIVE. Topics we talk about in this episode: - Why our struggles with food and our body are usually not about the food - Why she used sex as a coping mechanism to feel validated and how she transformed her mindset into seeing sex as a way to create mutual (or solo-) enjoyment and love - How to stop judging yourself and your thoughts with a powerful mindset shift - The truth about hormone imbalances and the best action step you can take to support your body in balancing out (spoiler alert: its not about cutting out foods or food groups) Links and Resources mentioned in this episode: Jess' website: whollyhealed.com Jess' Instagram: https://instagram.com/whollyhealed Melissa Fabello's work on "skin hunger": http://www.melissafabello.com Join my Self Love Jump Start course at https://courses.ownitbabe.ca/p/self-love-jumpstart/ Subscribe and Review: Subscribing and leaving a rating and review for this show ensures that I can continue to put out valuable content for you every single week and that this Podcast community continues to grow. So grateful for you! Simply hit the “subscribe” button in your Podcast app, then click “Ratings and Reviews” and tell me what you think and what you want to hear more of in future episodes. Share a screen shot of this Podcast Episode to your Instagram stories and tag me, @ownitbabe, so I can personally thank you and say hi!
#5 How to take care of your Mental Health and find Food- and Exercise Freedom - with Davida Lederle
I am so excited to share this interview with you because I know you will love it so much! In today’s episode I am chatting with my friend Davida Lederle, who is the creator behind The Healthy Maven, a multi-channel health- and wellness platform dedicated to making healthy living easier and sustainable. Davida’s content is diverse, ranging from recipes, to travel, to self-care with a focus on how to live healthfully, rather than living for your health. When Davida isn’t in the kitchen, she is travelling, hiking with her dog and husband or teaching yoga. If you don’t follow Davida already, you should absolutely go check her out and follow her on Instagram and her Blog, she is such an amazing human being! It was so great talking to her for the second time (after being a guest on her podcast on this episode). She is such a wealth of wisdom and knowledge on all things intuitive eating, body image and – my favorite thing to talk about these days – mental health. Just like me, she is a huge advocate for normalizing medication for mental health struggles, because it saved her in her recovery journey. You are going to absolutely LOVE this episode and walk away with a lot of food for thought on recovery from an eating disorder, transitioning into intuitive eating, taking care of your mental health in whichever way serves YOU and so much more. A few of my favorite things we touched on: - Why Davida shifted her mindset to seeing health as a means to extend the QUALITY of your life, not the years of your life necessarily - Davida’s recovery from her eating disorder, while also getting help with her mental health - How Davida and I overcame our exercise addiction and healed our relationship to exercise - What it means to be a “high functioning depressive” and why both me and Davida resonate with that - How anxiety and depression can feel in our body and where it manifested in her behaviors - Why holistic self care practices can coexist while being on medication for anxiety and depression - Why reaching out for help is a sign of strength, not shame - Why a lot of people turn intuitive eating into another diet and how to avoid doing that for your own journey - The hardest part in Davida’s recovery from her disordered eating- and exercise patterns - How mindfulness helps Davida have more self compassion, a positive body image and a peaceful relationship to food Subscribe and Review Subscribing to this show will ensure that you never miss out on an episode that you have been waiting to hear more about, because I know that there will be a future episode where you’ll think: “YES, this is exactly what I’ve been struggling with / what I want to know more about!” Also, I want to know what you love about this Show and what you want to hear in future episodes. The best way to ensure I see your input is to leave a quick Rating and Review. Click here, select “Ratings and Reviews” and click “Write a Review”. It only takes a few seconds but will help this community out so much! Thank you for all your support and feedback so far! Links and Resources mentioned in this Episode Davida’s Website: https://www.thehealthymaven.com Davida’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thehealthymaven/ That’s So Maven Podcast: https://www.thehealthymaven.com/2016/12/the-healthy-maven-podcast.html Further Resources Find a Therapist online: https://www.betterhelp.com
#12 "Life will start for real once I lose X pounds"...?
This episode is part of a Q and A series that I have started through my Instagram account @ownitbabe and I have picked out 5 questions to answer today: 1. How do you get rid of the black-and-white mindset around food? 2. How long did it take for your weight to stabilize and what were some helpful steps you took to accept your weight gain and natural body shape? 3. How do you overcome the mentality of having to exercise every day? 4. Do you ever catch yourself thinking “Life will start for real once I lose X pounds?” 5. How can we raise children with a healthy body image in this weight-obsessed world? Links and Resources mentioned in this Episode: Grab my freebies at: www.ownitbabe.ca/freebies How to get rid of your perfectionist-mindset: https://ownitbabe.ca/3-reasons-why-perfectionism-is-the-enemy-of-joy/ Raising children in diet culture: http://heathercaplan.com/dietitians/how-to-protect-your-kids-from-the-diet-culture/ https://www.eatingdisorderhope.com/treatment-for-eating-disorders/special-issues/dieting/raising-healthy-children Subscribe and Review this Show: Subscribing and leaving a Rating and Review for this show ensures that I can continue to put out valuable content for you every single week and that this Podcast community continues to grow. So grateful for you! Simply hit the “Subscribe” button in your Podcast app, then click “Ratings and Reviews” and tell me what you think and what you want to hear more of in future episodes. Share a screen shot of this Podcast Episode to your Instagram stories and tag me, @ownitbabe, so I can personally thank you and say hi!
#7 Shaun Frey (my hubby) on How My Body Image Impacted Our Marriage
The episode everyone keeps asking me about is finally out! I am interviewing my husband Shaun and we are having a very juicy and honest conversation about body image, diet culture for men, supporting a loved one through an eating disorder, mental health, sex and much more! Some of my favorite topics we covered - The “movie-version” story of how we met and why we didn’t start dating until 18 months later - My rock-bottom moment and eating disorder from his point of view - Men and diet culture/body image - The biggest change in our relationship since I recovered from my eating disorder - How our sex life has changed throughout my eating disorder recovery and mental health journey - Relationship- and dating advice for someone with bad body image or “body image anxiety” - Shaun’s advice in supporting a loved one with an eating disorder and with their mental health Subscribe and Review Subscribing to this show will ensure that you never miss out on an episode that you have been waiting to hear more about, because I know that there will be a future episode where you’ll think: “YES, this is exactly what I’ve been struggling with / what I want to know more about!” Also, I want to know what you love about this Show and what you want to hear in future episodes. The best way to ensure I see your feedback is to leave a quick Rating and Review. Click here, select “Ratings and Reviews” and click “Write a Review”. It only takes a few seconds but will help this community out so much! Thank you for all your support and feedback so far! Links mentioned in this Episode Pursuit to Freedom Work Sheet: https://ownitbabe.ca/pursuit-to-freedom/
3 Lessons my Eating Disorder taught me about creating more purpose and fulfillment in my life
I was shaking with nervousness as I submitted my Podcast to iTunes for review and publishing, but I did it! It’s published, finally! For the past few months, I have been busy with this new project of mine, because I want to make sure that I bring you the best value possible, while I hang out inside your ear buds as you clean the house, drive to work, walk your dog or any other time slots you dedicate to listening to podcasts. I simply cannot wait to hear your feedback about this show, because I have put my heart and soul into this project. In this first episode, I am diving deep into my history with food, how I started to diet and how this led to 12+ years of disordered eating and eating disorders, as well as the rock-bottom moment I had after my wedding that led me to finally choose recovery over deprivation. Some topics I talk about in this episode: *My body image growing up *My very first diet that snowballed into 12+ years of disordered eating *My “cleanse” and how it led me to develop anorexia and, later on, bulimia, exercise addiction, orthorexia and binge eating disorder *My rock-bottom moment and turning point in my life *Why I didn’t reach out for help sooner *My recovery journey and Top 3 Lessons I learned for developing a positive body image and heal my relationship with food Subscribe and Review on iTunes/Stitcher: By subscribing to this show, you will never miss an episode with me rolling solo, or with one of my amazing podcast guests that have so much knowledge, wisdom and value to share with you. If you want to perform a random act of kindness today (let’s be honest, we always feel good afterwards don’t we?), make sure you leave a quick review over on your podcast app. It takes a few seconds and I promise, as painful as it may seem to you, it will help other people find this show quicker and who knows, maybe they need a sign from the universe to finally take action and this show will inspire them to do that. Wouldn’t it be awesome if you were part of that? Thank you so much, I am so grateful for you! Links mentioned in this episode: Access my Free Work Books: https://ownitbabe.ca/freebies Your free intuitive eating starter pack: https://ownitbabe.ca/3-days-of-intuitive-eating/
19 - The truth about Bikini Competitions: An Ex-Bikini Competitor reveals it all with Kayla Kotecki
Kayla is the author of “Damn the Diets,” founder of damnthediets.com and course instructor of two online e-courses "Find YOUR Balance" and "Get Your Period Back!" She is a non-diet Holistic Nutritionist who’s sick of women and men struggling and suffering from restrictive eating disorders caused by unrealistic and unsustainable diet culture and beauty standard demands. I want to show people there’s more to life than food and looking a certain way. More about Kayla Website: damnthediets.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/KAYLAROSEKOTECKI?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram: https://instagram.com/damnthediets/ E-Book: http://damnthediets.securechkout.com/ebook More about Rini at https://ownitbabe.ca Access my free Body Image Video Series at https://ownitbabe.ca/freebies
21 - What it's like being super vulnerable online
"What is it actually like to be an open book on Instagram? How has it changed you for better or worse?" A lot of people have asked me what it's like for me being so vulnerable and honest online and sharing my story with almost 150 000 people on Instagram. In this episode, I am taking you behind the scenes of Own it Babe and sharing my journey with you, the good, the bad and the ugly parts of being vulnerable on the 'gram and everywhere else online and in real life. Learn more about Rini: https://ownitbabe.ca Instagram: https://instagram.com/ownitbabe Access my Body Image Video Series: https://ownitbabe.ca/freebies
20 - How I healed my Binge Eating Disorder
I used to suffer from severe binge eating episodes and thought I would be doomed forever. There was no way I thought I could break the cycle of binge eating and finally feel free around food. However, I found a way and I want to share with you the exact steps I took to finally liberate myself from this prison I felt I was in for over a decade. More about Rini: https://ownitbabe.ca Access my Body Image Video Series: https://ownitbabe.ca/freebies
26 - Q&A: The 3 most challenging parts of recovery and how to navigate them
In this episode I am answering the following 3 questions from you: 1. What were the most challenging physical changes you went through in recovery and how did you navigate them? 2. How do I know if I actually have disordered eating or if I just prefer to eat a certain way? 3. Did you deal with binge eating in recovery? If so, how did you go about it and when did it stop? More about Rini: https://www.ownitbabe.ca https://www.instagram.com/ownitbabe Access my Body Image Video series: https://www.ownitbabe.ca/freebies Weight inclusive treatment and resources http://www.gaudianiclinic.com https://lindabacon.org https://christyharrison.com
22 - The One Thing I do to manage my anxiety and seasonal depression
I am constantly working on ways to manage my anxiety and seasonal affective disorder ('Winter Blues') and it's safe to say that I manage well...most times. In this short episode, I am sharing with you the one most important step I take every single time I struggle with my mental health and how I turn the bad days around as much as possible. Learn more about Rini: https://ownitbabe.ca Instagram: https://instagram.com/ownitbabe Access my Body Image Video Series: https://ownitbabe.ca/freebies
24 - Q & A: How to stop being a people pleaser, processed vs. non-processed foods & more
In this episode I am answering your questions and talk about: * My vacation in Mexico and what my bad body image moment taught me * How I shifted from body hate to pure joy and self love with just one step * How to deal with the constant desire to change your personality based on not feeling enough - aka how to step into your truth and be the badass woman you're supposed to be * How I handled relapses in the past and overcame my mindset of "I will never recover from my eating disorder" * "Is it worth it to stress over processed vs. non-processed foods?" My honest thoughts on this. Resources: Follow Rini on Instagram at https://instagram.com/ownitbabe Access Rini's Body Image Pep Talks at https://ownitbabe.ca/freebies Disclaimer: This episode is not a substitute for medical advice or eating disorder treatment. It is meant for informational and educational purposes only.
#9 How to release past trauma and pain that is still stuck in your body - Leslie McDonald
Leslie McDonald is the face behind the social media account @balanced_life_leslie. She is a sound healer, reiki practitioner, and certified holistic health coach with a passion for creating community, sharing recipes, and meal prep tips as well as making wellness accessible to everyone. Her work has been featured in Mind Body Green, Thrive Global, Greatist, and Whole30recipes. Trigger warning: Leslie has suffered from some autoimmune conditions and has found eating Paleo to be very beneficial for her, however, this is not her way of saying that everybody should follow a Paleo style eating pattern. This is strictly due to her autoimmune condition. Topics in this episode: - How diet culture shames girls/women for their appetite - How quitting alcohol and suffering from an autoimmune condition triggered her disordered eating - How taking time off from exercising helped her get her period back and heal her body image - Her 3 biggest takeaways from her journey of making peace with food and her body - Her favourite practical tips to turn bad body image days around - Why reiki helps move our emotions through our body and finally release the ones that have been stuck in our body for years And so much more! Links mentioned in this Episode: Leslie’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/balanced_life_leslie/ Leslie’s Website: http://balancedlife-leslie.com/ Join my brand-new Self Love Jumpstart course at https://courses.ownitbabe.ca or https://courses.ownitbabe.ca/p/self-love-jumpstart Subscribe and Review: Subscribing and leaving a rating and review for this show ensures that I can continue to put out valuable content for you every single week and that this Podcast community continues to grow. So grateful for you! Simply hit the “subscribe” button in your Podcast app, then click “Ratings and Reviews” and tell me what you think and what you want to hear more of in future episodes. Share a screen shot of this Podcast to your Instagram stories and tag me, @ownitbabe, so I can personally thank you and say hi!
25 - How 'healthy eating' can turn into an eating disorder, with Caitlin Greene
This week’s episode is with a dear friend of mine Caitlin Greene. Caitlin runs a Food Blog and and Instagram account (@starinfinitefood) with over 100k followers. Her food is truly a piece of art. If you look at her Instagram you will know exactly what I’m talking about. Caitlin suffered from a severe eating disorder that – just like in my case – started as an innocent attempt to ‘get healthy’… I think it’s so important to raise awareness about the fact that most eating disorders start this way. It’s just an innocent attempt to ‘clean up our diet’ or any other terms that we throw around when it comes to food, until it snowballs into chronic dieting, disordered eating or a full blown eating disorder. Caitlin is a food blogger specializing in a Whole Foods and holistic approach to eating and recipes. With a blood-line of chefs, she learned how to cook at a young age, and what began as a hobby has blossomed into her passion. The kitchen is the one place she feels at home, no matter where she is. Her mantra is Balance. She says: "Life is about balance – be it food, flavor, fitness, faith, fun, etc." She is an eating disorder warrior, and through healing her disorder she rekindled her love for food and cooking. She started her Instagram account as her own record for healing and to hold herself responsible. Through her blogging journey, she not only rekindled her relationship with food, but she fell in love with food styling and food photography. Hope you enjoy this week's episode and if you do, please leave a quick rating and review on your Podcast app to help me spread the word and continue creating free content for you every single week. xo, Rini Caitlin's website: www.foodinfinitude.live Caitlin's Instagram: https://instagram.com/starinfinitefood Follow Rini on Instagram at https://instagram.com/ownitbabe Access Rini's Body Image Pep Talks at https://ownitbabe.ca/freebies
16 - Why my Weight Gain gave me my Life back
As we're heading into the new year, weight loss talk is all around us. I want to give you a different perspective and help you understand that shrinking yourself is not a sustainable New Year's Resolution, because it is way too focused on 'fixing' things you perceive as 'broken'. Aside from talking about all the things my weight gain gave me back (aka my life!), I am also teaching you how to set goals/intentions for the new year instead. Learn more about me at https://ownitbabe.ca Sign up for my free Body Image Breakthroughs Video Series at https://ownitbabe.ca/freebies
17 - The truth about Sugar Addiction
I used to identify as a "sugar addict" and was convinced that I had to avoid sugar at all costs, in order to get over my "addiction". However, I wasn't aware of the whole truth behind the "sugar addiction" research. Once I educated myself on the big picture of this study, I was able to heal my relationship to sugar once and for all. In this episode, I am sharing the other side of the "sugar addiction" story with you, as well as the reasons you might feel out of control or addicted to sugar and, finally, how to overcome this mindset and make peace with sugar once and for all. Access my Body Image Video Series at https://ownitbabe.ca/freebies Learn more about Rini at https://ownitbabe.ca Scientific Resources: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00394-016-1229-6 https://wellseek.co/2018/03/15/4-reasons-sugar-addiction-doesnt-exist/ https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/aug/25/is-sugar-really-as-addictive-as-cocaine-scientists-row-over-effect-on-body-and-brain
#6: The Secret-Sauce to becoming who you're supposed to be, with Jen Wille
Jen is a Certified Professional Life Coach, podcast host, educator, and public speaker based in Chicago. She is all about helping women grow their passion work from the inside out by taking care of themselves first. Topics we cover in this episode: • Why her eating disorder spiraled AFTER she had created the life she thought she’d always wanted and why it DIDN’T start from a place of wanting to lose weight • What it was like opening up to her husband about her eating disorder • How she separated her eating disorder voice from your true, rational, loving self • Why it is important to mourn the loss of your Eating Disorder as you recover • Growing up with 6 siblings and a troubled mom and how she ended up in Foster care from age 13-18 • The secret-sauce to becoming who you are supposed to be and find your purpose • Why it’s important to “feel the funk” and give yourself permission to be down when you’re down • How she incorporates mindfulness into her life and how you can start practicing it in your own individual life as a beginner in mindfulness • The little actionable habit she practices every single morning to live her life with more intention and gratitude • Self Care: What we get wrong about it and what it means for people in certain situations (new moms, people suffering from depression or an eating disorder) Subscribe and Review Subscribing to this show will ensure that you never miss out on an episode that you have been waiting to hear more about, because I know that there will be a future episode where you’ll think: “YES, this is exactly what I’ve been struggling with / what I want to know more about!” Also, I want to know what you love about this Show and what you want to hear in future episodes. The best way to ensure I see your feedback is to leave a quick Rating and Review. Click here or open this show in your Podcast App, select “Ratings and Reviews” and click “Write a Review”. Links mentioned in this Episode Jen’s Home Page: http://www.jenwille.com Jen’s Podcast “First and Foremost”: http://www.jenwille.com/podcast/ Jen’s Instagram: https://instagram.com/jenwille
Why the goal of weight loss can be harmful rather than helpful, with Dr. Claudia Felty
My first interview episode is with my dear friend Dr. Claudia T. Felty. You will absolutely love all the wisdom she has to share with us in this episode, because she is an expert at intuitive eating, a total nerd with all things nutrition science (these are her own words btw), and she's obsessed with teaching others how to reach their natural weight, whatever that may be, free from crazy meal plans or diets that take over your life. She is also a dessert loving dietician, educator, and dog mom, which you all know that I am a dog mom too, so needless to say we bond over our shared love for dogs all the time. You will walk away with so many amazing lessons today on Health At Every Size, Intuitive Eating, why dieting causes long-term damage to our health and our metabolism, what the transition from dieting to intuitive eating looks like, as well as a chat about body positivity and what it means for our society today. Just a quick heads up that there will be about a minute in this episode, where we talk about calories in terms of numbers and I left these specific numbers in there because we talked about the scientific research of a slower metabolism due to food restriction. I thought it is important to understand the concept of why eating disorders come in all shapes and sizes, but if you feel triggered by specific numbers, I definitely recommend skipping minute 17. Topics in this episode: *Claudia shares her story with body image and food struggles, as well as her 20-year history with eating disorders. *We talk about how she started her career as a dietician with a “classic” diet approach and why she transitioned into a health at every size and intuitive eating approach with herself and her clients. *She breaks down the meaning of the term Health At Every Size as well as the research behind it that proves how illness and disease happen equally in people of all shapes and sizes (not just people in larger bodies). *Claudia shares her advice for anyone that wants to lose weight for “health reasons” and why dieting and restriction increases stress levels in our bodies, which can lead to worse health outcomes down the road than staying at your current weight while eating intuitively. *We talk about why diets fail and why you should break up with your scale today and you’re going to love what she has to say about that. *Finally, we talk about our favorite part about our recent trip to New York back in September especially when it comes to food I know you will resonate with all of this so much, so listen in and get inspired :) Review and subscribe on iTunes/Stitcher: By subscribing to this show, you will never miss an episode with me, rolling solo, or with one of my amazing podcast guests that have so much knowledge, wisdom and value to share with you. If you want to perform a random act of kindness today (let’s be honest, we always feel good afterwards don’t we?), make sure you leave a quick review over on your podcast app. It takes a few seconds and I promise, as insignificant as it may seem to you, it will help other people find this show quicker and who knows, maybe they need a sign from the universe to finally take action and this show will inspire them to do that. Wouldn’t it be awesome if you were part of that? Thank you so much, I am so grateful for you! Links and resources mentioned in this episode: Claudia’s Blog: http://claudiatfelty.com Claudia’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drclaudiatfelty/ Health and Every Size®: https://haescommunity.com Poodle science video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H89QQfXtc-k
#13 Navigating Pregnancy after an Eating Disorder, with Jess Dalliday
Jess is certified Athletic Therapist, Kinesiologist and Pilates Instructor with a Masters Degree in Kinesiology and Health Science. Topics we talk about in this episode: *How her supposed healthy lifestyle affected her health and her body *How it affected her fertility journey * The one thing that helped her get her period and fertility back and get pregnant * Her pregnancy journey while being in eating disorder recovery * Her number one advice for someone that is trying to get pregnant, but is still recovering from an eating disorder * Her best advice to feel better in your current body Links and Resources from this episode: Jess’ Website: www.thehealthysweetpotato.com Pilates on Demand: www.pilatesondemand.ca Intuitive Eating Starter Pack: https://ownitbabe.ca/freebies Subscribe and Review this Show: Subscribing and leaving a rating and review for this show ensures that I can continue to put out valuable content for you every single week and that this Podcast community continues to grow. So grateful for you! Simply hit the “subscribe” button in your Podcast app, then click “Ratings and Reviews” and tell me what you think and what you want to hear more of in future episodes. Share a screen shot of this Podcast Episode to your Instagram stories and tag me, @ownitbabe, so I can personally thank you and say hi!
23 - How to truly understand and embrace Intuitive Eating with Alissa Rumsey
Alissa Rumsey MS, RD, CDN, CSCS is a nationally recognized and award-winning registered dietitian nutritionist and the founder of Alissa Rumsey Nutrition and Wellness. Alissa specializes in Intuitive Eating, body acceptance and disordered eating recovery. Her philosophy is rooted in the anti-diet and Health at Every Size (HAES) movement, as she believes true health comes from nurturing behaviors to enhance physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. Through her writing, speaking and one-on-one client work, she helps people who are frustrated with dieting rediscover the joy of eating and cultivate a healthy relationship with food and their bodies. She is a monthly contributor to US News and World Report and has appeared in over 100 media outlets including NBC Nightly News, CNN, CBS News, ABC News, Prevention, Health Magazine, SELF and Women’s Health. Topics in this episode: * The difference between physical and mental food deprivation * The connection between restriction and binge eating * The important distinction between mindful- and intuitive eating * Understanding thin privilege More about Alissa Website: www.alissarumsey.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/alissarumseyrd Facebook: https://facebook.com/alissarumseyRD Private FB group: https://facebook.com/groups/ditchthedietsupport Twitter: @alissarumseyrd More about Rini https://ownitbabe.ca Instagram: https://instagram.com/ownitbabe Access my Body Image Tutorials: https://ownitbabe.ca/body-image-pep-talks/
#10: Are you Overtraining? 5 Symptoms to watch out for and how to reverse the damage
This episode is for you if you feel like you might have taken your exercise habits too far. We are always told that exercising MORE and eating LESS is the secret to being healthy, right? Well, in my case and many other cases, this couldn’t be further from the truth. In this episode, I am going to break down the 5 biggest symptoms of over-training and how you can reverse the damage and create a peaceful, balanced relationship to exercise and movement. Links mentioned in this episode: Secure your early bird spot in my online course Self Love Jump Start here: https://courses.ownitbabe.ca/p/self-love-jumpstart Overtraining and metabolic damage: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3435910/ Subscribe and Review: Subscribing and leaving a Rating and Review for this show ensures that I can continue to put out valuable content for you every single week and that this Podcast community continues to grow. So grateful for you! Simply hit the “subscribe” button in your Podcast app, then click “Ratings and Reviews” and tell me what you think and what you want to hear more of in future episodes. Share a screen shot of this Podcast to your Instagram stories and tag me, @ownitbabe, so I can personally thank you and say hi!
#8 Channel your inner Superhero to beat your fears
This will be a quick episode, because I want to get straight to the point today and share my personal experience with fear. In this episode I share: - How my fear of not being enough sneaks into my life and what I do about it - How I channel this fear into courage - What courage feels like and how exactly I build my self-confidence through feeling my fear - How to unleash your inner superhero Links mentioned in this Episode: Join my brand-new Self Love Jumpstart course at https://courses.ownitbabe.ca or https://courses.ownitbabe.ca/p/self-love-jumpstart Subscribe and Review: Subscribing and leaving a rating and review for this show ensures that I can continue to put out valuable content for you every single week and that this Podcast community continues to grow. So grateful for you! Simply hit the "subscribe" button in your Podcast app, then click "Ratings and Reviews" and tell me what you think and what you want to hear more of in future episodes.
#4: Q&A: What to do on days where you "feel fat"
Hey you! Thank you for joining me today in this Q&A podcast session. I decided to do this episode, because I get a lot of questions in my Instagram DM folder and E-mail inbox and a lot of them are very similar in nature. It makes sense, because when we go through challenges with food and our body, we tend to think we’re alone in all this, but we actually never are. Our journeys are usually more similar than we think. The Questions I answer" What do you do on days where you “feel fat”? (I am using quotes for a reason. Listen in, so you can understand the reason behind it) How do you avoid diet talk in your family and circle of friends? Do you have any advice on losing weight without getting obsessed with food? What was the first step you took in recovery as you transitioned from dieting to intuitive eating? How did you get over your fear of gaining weight in recovery once you stopped dieting/restricting food? Subscribe and Review Subscribing to this show will ensure that you never miss out on an episode that you have been waiting to hear more about, because I know that there will be a future episode where you’ll think: “YES, this is exactly what I’ve been struggling with / what I want to know more about!” Also, I want to know what you love about this Show and what you want to hear in future episodes. The best way to ensure I see your input is to leave a quick Rating and Review. Click here, select “Ratings and Reviews” and click “Write a Review”. It only takes a few seconds but will help this community out so much! Thank you for all your support and feedback so far! Links and Resources mentioned in this Episode Get access to my 3-day Coaching Work Book Bundle at https://ownitbabe.ca/3-days-of-intuitive-eating/ Lists of emotions: https://www.therapistaid.com/therapy-worksheet/list-of-emotions http://thework.com/sites/thework/downloads/worksheets/Emotions_List_Ltr.pdf The Weight Set Point Theory: https://www.mirror-mirror.org/set.htm National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance (NAAFA): https://www.naafaonline.com/dev2/about/index.html More Information on Orthorexia: https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/learn/by-eating-disorder/other/orthorexia
Trailer
Hi there and welcome to the Own it Babe Podcast, or… the Own it Babe Show. I am actually not sure which of the two I will choose, so I might as well use both of them :) This project – my podcast – has been in the works for a very long time. I first started thinking about it back in spring and planned to launch at the end of May. But, for some reason, I kept pushing it further and further down on my goals for this year and now it’s November and I am just about to officially launch now. Needless to say, the longer you wait to do something, the more scared you get. Think about jumping down a cliff or jumping out of an airplane for a skydiving experience. I have done both of these things and both times, I waited wayyyyy too long to actually take the leap. The longer I stood up at that cliff and stared at my friends down in the water, as they were calling my name and telling me to jump, the more I felt like I was going to crap my pants… Once I jumped off the cliff and once my skydiving instructor finally convinced me to “just jump”, it was an incredible experience and I was ready to do it all over again. But these moments, right before, were the most terrifying. So, as I sit here, recording this quick trailer episode, I want to be real with you and say: There is SO many podcasts out there. Everyone and their mom have started a podcast, so I almost feel like it might be too late for me to actually make an impact. But, if I can reach just one person and maybe change their lives for the better with the content I will share in my podcast episodes, I have done the right thing. Here I am, standing at the edge of the cliff, ready to launch my show in the next couple of days. And I am ready to take the leap. xo, Rini (@ownitbabe)
10 things I do to manage my anxiety and prevent burnout
Wow, episode number 2 of my very own podcast, I still cannot believe I did it. I’ve been listening to podcasts for years now and never in a million years did I think I could pull off having my own show. But, here we are :) For the past few months, I have been busy with this new project of mine, because I want to make sure that I bring you the best value possible, while I hang out inside your ear buds as you clean the house, drive to work, walk your dog or any other time slots you dedicate to listening to podcasts. I simply cannot wait to hear your feedback about this show, because I have put my heart and soul into this project. In this episode, I am sharing with you how my mental health struggles manifested in my behaviors around food, such as restriction, deprivation, binge eating, emotional eating and so much more. I share this, because I know that I am not alone and I spend so many years feeling isolated and unheard. I want to make sure this doesn’t happen to you, because you DESERVE to be heard, you deserve to take care of your mental health in whichever way serves you and you deserve to live a peaceful, happy and content life. Hopefully I can inspire you to take action based on my experience and learnings from my own journey. Some topics I touch on in this episode: *The chicken-or-egg situation with my anxiety and eating disorder *Why my inner people-pleaser and perfectionist comes around to bite me in the buns *Why mental health isn’t talked about enough in the wellness-world and how intentional weight loss is not an indicator of health, especially not mental health *How I take care of my heath in a non-diet-culture way *How my mental health declined, the more I struggled with food, even though I “looked healthy” to other people *What my burnout taught me about self-care and mental-/physical health *How I prevent burning myself out down the road and what I do every day to manage my anxiety as best I can *All these topics are wrapped up in 10 Tips to manage anxiety and prevent burnout Subscribe and review on iTunes/Stitcher: By subscribing to this show, you will never miss an episode with me, rolling solo, or with one of my amazing podcast guests that have so much knowledge, wisdom and value to share with you. If you want to perform a random act of kindness today (let’s be honest, we always feel good afterwards don’t we?), make sure you leave a quick review over on your podcast app. It takes a few seconds and I promise, as annoying as it may seem to you, it will help other people find this show quicker and who knows, maybe they need a sign from the universe to finally take action and this show will inspire them to do that. Wouldn’t it be awesome if you were part of that? Thank you so much, I am so grateful for you! Links mentioned in this episode: Access to my Work Book and Coaching Resources: https://ownitbabe.ca/freebies Your free mental health check list (Work Sheet): https://ownitbabe.ca/mental-health-checklist/ Personality test (16 personalities): https://www.16personalities.com/free-personality-test
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Nov 1st, 2018
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Feb 19th, 2019
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