Are you ready to do the turkey trot? Ohhh I am sooo ready! I am counting my blessings right now. Although I count them all year round,Thanksgiving is a time to share it with others. It’s also a time to reflect and express gratitude for our health, abundance and so much more.

At my Thanksgiving dinner table, my family traditionally starts our meal by going around the table and sharing what we are most thankful for in our lives. One of the top things I’ll be sharing is the fact that we are once again reunited and able to break bread at the same table after three years of discombobulation, confusion and deaths.

I’m thankful to have such an incredible support network of friends and family that empower me to live my most authentic self. I don’t know who or where I’d be without them.

I’m thankful to feel fit, fabulous, and full of life. I never could have imagined that I’d be in my prime at 70 years old!

I’m thankful that I have connected with so many beautiful people through my work. I’m not sure I’ll ever be able to express how much gratitude I have for you.

I’m thankful that this year I was able to finish my fourth book “Unbreak Me,” where I share my life-changing methods to build resilience, overcome depression and anxiety, and find happiness. I thank YOU for your support and I’m so proud that it quickly became an international bestseller.

What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving? 

Sharing thanks and gratitude can make life as sweet as pumpkin pie. My favorite!

Speaking of pumpkin pie, I know we’re all a little stressed about holiday eating. We’ve worked so hard, we don’t want to lose our progress. Don’t worry fam, I got you. Here are some conscious eating tips I use at my Thanksgiving table:

  • Sign up for a Turkey Trot. Adding extra physical activity will counteract any overeating.
  • Pitch in with the cooking. If you’re cooking you can cut back on unhealthy ingredients like sugar and fat.
  • Eat a healthy meal before. Eating beforehand will prevent piling up your plate because you’re too hungry.
  • Only pick your favorites. Sticking to your favorite dishes helps you reduce how much you eat without giving up what you love most about the Thanksgiving meal. 
  • Savor every tasty bite. Eating slowly will ensure you enjoy the food more and prevent overeating.

You got this! If I can do it, so can you!

Happy Thanksgiving!


Unbreak MeIf you haven’t had a chance to read it yet, the holidays are a really good time to read, learn and share some tools. 

Many times, we overeat because of a complicated relationship with our food.

Unbreak Me” gets to the underlying root of what causes these negative behaviors and feelings of loss of control.

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