You Don’t Know What You Want. What now?

Recently, I came across an idea that has been blowing my mind, and allowing me to truly relax and take a deep breath for the first time in a while. It is called "the fertile void" and I will explain more in a moment but here is the jist: If you don't know what to do...

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When it is Better to Stop Trying So Hard

I got schooled at the gym this week. I was taking my usual weekly strength class and at the end of class the teacher marched right up to me and said: “What are you doing girl?” Now, imagine a 60-year old G.I. Jane (without the buzz cut) and you have my weekly teacher,...

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What is YOUR Ego’s Achilles Heel?

When I was pregnant with my son a couple years back, I had a pretty vulnerable moment at the doctor's office. Keep in mind, at that point in my life, I was finding new level of success as a health coach; spreading constant messages about body love, about tossing away...

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When Having to Change Pisses You Off.

I moved to Alexandria, Virginia more than six months ago, and I have one girlfriend. One. She is wonderful, hilarious, and super generous. She also has her own life (surprise, surprise), already has a ton of friends and cannot be my one and only girlfriend. This has...

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It’s Not “Loving” to Let Others Pull Their Crap

If there is one thing I find myself re-iterating lately with clients, it is that everyone and every circumstance can be a mirror to our relationship with self, and that the only person we can really control is us. That we are the key to our own internal freedom.  So...

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Look For the Healers (because they are everywhere).

Recently, a friend told me that a very successful actor friend of mine was considering transitioning to becoming a healer.  My natural response was "Oh, he already is. He always has been." Every time, I had seen this person on stage, he was channeling something bigger...

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You Will Be Summoned Into Fear. Learn to love it.

Recently, on a phone call with a participant in my group life-coaching program, I heard myself blurt something out that I wasn’t expecting. “It’s time to do the thing that scares you the most!” Now, I know this may seem pretty cliché, especially for a life-coach, so...

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What You Must Know About Manifesting

Last week, I shared some big life news on my first Facebook Live video and it got such a big response, I thought my tribe could benefit too.    Even the act of taping a Facebook video for me was kind of ground-breaking! Of course,  I wanted it to be perfect and...

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It’s Time. Say Goodbye to What Could Have Been.

Sometimes, during the course of working with someone, I notice they start to get really sad. And not for the reasons you may think. It is not because they are failing or letting themselves down. It isn’t because anything “bad” is happening at all. Quite the opposite!...

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Life Is Designed to Stretch (Not Validate) Us

Recently, while having a conversation with a client, I wound up having a personal “aha’ (this often happens, by the way). In this particular conversation, my client was sharing two really cool and unexpected opportunities that had recently presented themselves. Both...

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How to Open Your Heart (when you want to taste blood)

How in the hell do we do this? This past week has been a tsunami of emotion for so many after learning about the deadliest shooting in U.S. history. When the shock and numbness thawed, I am overwhelmed with sorrow for the torrential grief so many are experiencing...

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The New 4-Step Formula for Getting Anything You Want

A couple days ago, while cleaning out an old-filing cabinet, I found something that stopped me in my tracks. It was an exercise I had completed while training to become a coach. At the time, I was an actor who was struggling to make ends meet, who was relying...

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The Two Little Words that Can Change Your Life

Last night, while speaking to my client about their recent moment of “falling of the beam” with food, I looked down at my nails and laughed. I could totally relate!  I have recently had some moments of dis-empowerment with food (I literally started eating Levi’s food...

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Can’t Trust Yourself? Here’s why.

A few days ago, a dream came to fruition. I was able to combine story-telling with my coaching mission in my first Ted X talk, and I was able to bring my message to one of my most beloved communities at Ted X Broadway. It was such a cool moment and hit my most desired...

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Is Your Identity Sabotaging You?

I want to share a bit of a vulnerable story... Back in the day, when I was a full-time actor (okay, well a full time waitress/nanny/dog-walker and sometimes actor), I was convinced that what I had to offer the world was what I could bring into an audition room or a...

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Why I Recommend The Whole30

A few weeks back, I received an email from an old friend asking me a simple and well-intentioned but rattling question: "I know you are against dieting so why are you on one?" For a moment, I had no idea what she was talking about. What?!?! I don't diet!!! As many of...

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What does this health-coach eat?

There is one particular question that I seem to get over and over again, especially over a glass of wine with people I have just met. “So, what does a health coach eat? Tell me ALL your secrets. What should people REALLY be eating?” Well, the truth is,  and those who...

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3 Life-Changing Lessons from Labor

Three weeks ago, I had  a life-changing experience. “Life is the DANCER and you are the DANCE.” ~Eckhardt Tolle There is so much we can’t control and can’t possibly see coming, that helps to shape who we become and our complicated, gorgeous and unpredictable lives....

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The #1 Tool to Halt Conflict In Its Tracks

This past week, I got into a huge fight with someone I love very much. You know the kind? When fighting with that person makes your heart drop into ice, insides liquify, and it feels like you are carrying lead around in your chest? It was awful. I wanted it to be...

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The #1 Mistake People Make While Trying to Get Better

Last year, a client of mine was experiencing big change (but there was one small problem).   On one hand, three months in, his healthy habits looked completely different. He was pumping the vegetables, eating clean and whole food, letting go of the obsessive and...

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Your Self-Care is Your (Damn) Divine Responsibility

Yes, I said responsibility. Taking care of your mind, body and soul is your primary responsibility. Before you may start asking "Who in the hell does this girl think she is?" just take a moment to hear me out. When I was in graduate school for acting, our "business of...

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Why You SHOULD Go to Worst-Case Scenario

Last year, a client of mine and now dear friend got a pretty damn scary diagnosis. She found out she had breast cancer and needed chemo and a double mastectomy at 29 years old. Now, this woman is kind of a super-hero so she was playing it pretty damn cool. She was...

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What Your Anger is Trying to Tell You

Every once in a while, after someone has achieved success in my program, I will get an email or a frantic Facebook message months later confessing that they have started emotionally eating again, that they are falling "off the wagon" and that they are sure that it...

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It Has Almost Nothing To Do With Food

May I just say something? You are probably an emotional eater, especially if you are reading this. I know because I'm an emotional eater. I know because most people I have ever come in to contact with are emotional eaters. I'm here to tell you a secret...it has almost...

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The Epic Moment in the Dressing Room

This past week, I found myself caught in some moments that so many of my client's describe. Oftentimes, they will tell me about a moment in a dressing room where they see their reflection, and it rocks their whole sense of self. It feels earth shattering for them. Why...

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My Top 5 Natural Protein Bar Picks

There was a time that I quite literally LIVED on convenience food (bring on the coffee, the Cheez-its, the Ramen, the fruit snacks and the protein bars). Convenience food was my JAM when I was in graduate school and I'm not sure I would have actually survived without...

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About Beth

Beth teaches people how to ditch the dieting and deprivation and ignite their relationship with their bodies and their lives. She believes that stepping into a respectful partnership with your body is the first high-impact step toward incredible empowerment in your life and deep alignment with your soul.

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