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Being curious: Step 3 of the IEWIN Process

Being curious is about being your own detective. You are interested in what you consume (food, drink, media, self talk…) and the effect it has on you. Through curiosity, we cultivate supportive behaviours that make us feel well, and we … Continue reading

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Creating Space: Step 2 of The Process

What does it mean, when we create space in our minds? To create space is to give yourself the gift of a new thought or behaviour. To create space is to re-wire your brain, through your conscious attention, and the … Continue reading

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Gravitating towards what feels good

“The body loves gentleness” – Sandra Sabatini.   When I speak of eating a mostly plant-based diet, and generally sticking to non-stimulating foods, what I often hear is this: Wow, you must have so much self-control! I’m happy to eat … Continue reading

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Jane’s Story

The story of my journey and relationship to food begins from the day I was conceived. Before me my mother had to give up her daughter and son to new families because she was young and unsupported. Her economic situation … Continue reading

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The second month on the road

Hello everyone! And so the journey continues…  From Koh Tao in Thailand, to Malaysia. We begin with our first ever couchsurfing experience chez Roy in Butterworth.  Roy is a big Malaysian man, in his thirties, who hosts random strangers from … Continue reading

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