Tag Archives: weight loss

Why I’m no longer panicking about fitting into my wedding dress

I’ll admit, I was skeptical. When I first heard about tapping, or the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), I thought it was really weird. Seriously, could tapping my hand on points on my body really be an effective strategy for overcoming pain, anxiety, or any of the other things it claimed to help? As it turnsContinue Reading

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Something I’ve been struggling with lately

Ever feel like you’re having a bit of an identity crisis? Entrepreneurs are encouraged to create a 30-second elevator pitch. We’re challenged to minutely identify exactly what we do and exactly who we do it for. This is something I’ve been having a lot of trouble with lately. Has boiling who you are into aContinue Reading

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a fool proof way to figure out what to spend your money on

I’m sitting here on the train from Seattle, WA to Portland, OR. I spent an extra $17 to get a Business Class ticket and it was way worth it. Nice leather seats. Wireless. Plenty of leg room. Luxury. I finished the first draft of my book, Money: A Love Story (Hay House 2013) this week.Continue Reading

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The secret to everlasting weight loss: Glimpse TV with Jena La Flamme

The secret to everlasting weight loss: Glimpse TV with Jena La Flamme from Kate Moller on Vimeo. Jena La Flamme is purely and simply a radiant being. We met five years ago at a pool party in the middle of Times Square when I first moved to NYC and I knew immediately that there wasContinue Reading

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Stress is not a badge of courage and other wisdom from Crazy Sexy Diet: Kris Carr on Glimpse TV

Stress is not a badge of courage and other wisdom from Crazy Sexy Diet: Kris Carr on Glimpse TV from Kate Moller on Vimeo. Stress is not a badge of courage and other wisdom from Crazy Sexy Diet: Kris Carr on Glimpse TV from Kate Moller on Vimeo. Kris Carr is vibrancy embodied. She andContinue Reading

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I wanna hold your hand.

The first time I remember thinking I was fat I was seven years old. Can you relate? How old were you? It’s twenty years later now, and it still makes me sad to recall the long and emotional journey I’ve had with food, my body, and my weight. I spent tons of time and energyContinue Reading

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