When it comes to food, who do you want to be?

In our daily lives, the choices we make about food can reflect more than just responding to our hunger, they can reflect our values, beliefs and aspirations. Each meal or snack presents an opportunity to define the kind of eater we want to be and the relationship we wish to cultivate with food.

Are you someone who approaches eating with mindfulness and joy, or do you find yourself navigating through guilt and restriction?

For me, prioritizing eating intuitively defines my approach to food and includes,

  • Going out for dinner and choosing what I’d really like to eat, free from guilt
  • Enjoying the vibrancy of colourful meals and snacks
  • Exploring new recipes in the kitchen, both sweet and savoury
  • Viewing food as nourishment for both my body and soul
  • Seeing food as a joyful aspect of gatherings and celebrations with family and friends

I truly believe that there is so much more to food than…

πŸ‘‰ Counting calories

πŸ‘‰ Monitoring portions

πŸ‘‰ Exercising to compensate

πŸ‘‰ Labels like “low carb” or “good vs. bad foods”

πŸ‘‰ Restrictive “should and shouldn’t” choices

By defining who you want to be and how you want to feel about food, you can begin to cultivate a healthier and more positive relationship with both food and yourself. Let’s embark on this journey together to discover the freedom and joy that intuitive eating can bring ❀️.

So when you think about food, who would you like to be? Someone who… (I’d love to hear)


Áine x