Don’t make my overeating mistakes!

Struggling with out of control eating guarantees that you’re going to make overeating mistakes.

  • That ‘one bite’ of trigger food? Mistake
  • The 4 servings of dessert at the buffet? Mistake
  • Serving weeknight dinners ‘family style’ so the food is all sitting right in front of you? Mistake

But, the whole thing about mistakes is that they’re learning opportunities. And you *have* to make mistakes to learn and grow.

But you don’t have to be the one making all the mistakes.

It's easier, way more fun, and much less anxiety triggering to learn from other's overeating mistakes. Take a peek into my journey.

Learn from my overeating mistakes

Sometimes, you can just watch other people and learn from their overeating mistakes instead.

It’s easier, way more fun, and much less anxiety triggering!

So, take a peek into my journey and learn from my mistakes (of which, there are many!).

I had a fabulous time being interviewed by the rockstar podcaster Laurie Mackey from Laurie’s Lemonade Stand – a podcast where she teaches women to turn life’s lemons into lemonade.

Lauri and I talk about why I became and Eating Psychology Coach and why I specialize in emotional eating and food addiction recovery (hint: because I’ve been there). We dig deep and talk about the opportunities that are always there for turning your life around and the way I’ve personally embraced those (often painful) moments.

I truly hope this peek into my journey so far sheds some light and some hope on your own.

Check out the episode and get the goss on how I turn emotional eating and self-sabotage around.

Apple Podcasts: Sam on Lauri’s Lemonade Stand Podcast!

Google Play: Sam on Lauri’s Lemonade Stand Podcast!

About Samantha

Hello! I'm Sam and I'm an Eating Psychology Coach. I work with women who struggle with emotional eating and weight loss to develop new strategies and lifestyles so they can stop using food to cope, lose weight, and eat happy.

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