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What a wonderful interview with a very inspiring, creative and lively author! Janice Taylor is one of the country’s leading health and wellness coaches, and she writes from personal experience. In her new book, “All is Forgiven, Move On“, Janice writes about her personal bout with weight loss and how she finally came to the point of acceptance and forgiving herself. This shift in her mindset has provided her the inner strength and ability to not only lose the weight, but to keep it off for years.
She explains that to change our bodies we need to radically shift our attitude–get out of our ruts, forgive ourselves for past sins, and move on with a positive outlook. In her book she offers 101 forgiving, fun and fat-burning steps along the road to weight loss to help readers recharge and stay inspired when the journey get rocky. Each of the steps in the book ends with a “point of view” –a fresh perspective on weight loss–and includes advice and activities.
“All Is Forgiven, Move On” is loaded with wonderful art, recipes and exercises that will engage the reader and get you moving in the right direction with your weight release program. I have personally reviewed many books on weight loss, and this is undoubtedly the most creative, fun and engaging book that I have ever reviewed. When you pick up ” All is Forgiven, Move On” you realize that Janice has put her heart and soul into the message and really wants to help people learn how to love themselves, and lose weight.
Janice has created a wonderful website, and you can also join her “Our Lady of Weight Loss Kick in the Tush Club”. If you would like more information on either her newsletter, book or wonderful coaching programs please click here to access her website.
Enjoy this wonderful interview with the very lively and interesting weight loss Queen–Janice Taylor.
I normally reserve my interviews to authors of books on personal growth, mastery and wellness. I know that this particular podcast guest has not written a book , but as the editor of Experience Life Magazine her contributions monthly to the development and distribution of this magazine are amazing.
In the nine years she has been with the magazine her responsibilities have been to oversee and make sure that hundreds if not thousands of quality articles are written and published in the areas of health, wellness, nutrition and personal/spiritual growth.
I first met Pilar Gerasimo at the Bioneers Conference in San Rafael, CA about five years ago. Since our first meeting we have developed a friendship that is glued together by our common passion for wellness and health.
Pilar takes personal pride in every issue and each article written for Experience Life Magazine. It is probably one of the best magazines I have ever seen on fitness, health and wellness. Pilar and her team do an amazing job each month putting together engaging and informative stories to assist the reader in understanding ways to improve their health and interconnect the body, mind and soul for a balanced lifestyle.
In this interview with Pilar we explore some of her personal philosophies about health, wellness and the busy life of an editor of a successful magazine as well as exploring some of the most fascinating articles recently published.
Inside Personal Growth has recently become one of Experience Life’s Healthy Partners, and we are excited about our relationship with the magazine. I hope you enjoy this wonderful interview with Pilar Gerasimo.
Should you wish to learn more about Experience Life Magazine and want to read some of the great articles on line please click here to access their website.
If you want an author that walks her talk then Victoria Moran’s new book entitled, “The Love-Powered Diet” is a must read for anyone who is looking to release weight. You see as a young adult Victoria was the daughter of a mother and father that were in the weight loss business, and Victoria was about 60 lbs over weight.
Her new book is all about how if you look inside yourself, and learn how to appreciate who you really are that this is the beginning of a successful weight release program. Now, this is not to say that you can just love yourself and the pounds will just melt away. The psychological aspects of weight release are just as complicated if not more so than calorie reduction and exercise.
The “Love-Powered Diet” addresses a duel dilemma: the addictive nature of overeating and the nutritional shortfalls of the standard American diet. It offers solutions for both.
The Love-Powered Diet is really simple, and it distills down to two parts. (1) Inner awareness of unconditional love can make profound changes in a person’s life. (2) Inner change includes the ability to make positive, loving food choices.
I highly recommend this book, and I know you are going to love my interview with Victoria. If you would like to learn more about Victoria’s other books and her appearances please click here to access her website.
Have fun reading this book, it is all about how much you can love yourself to health and wellness.
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