Cart 0
 

So You’re turning 50


 
IMG_2559.jpg

My name is Tanya and I am 53.

I have been immersed in parent care, child care, career decisions and understand feeling invisible, as a single mom, and blended mom.

I’ve been sad, super tired, and a fridge hugger. I ate my grief.

I also watched my body and mood change as my daughter entered her teens … #samepagedifferentstage

I am a Holistic Menopause and Conscious (Mindful Eating) Coach.

I’m also a Dental Hygienist (yup, where the gut begins, baby) and I am just finishing Holistic Nutrition with Nutraphoria! 💚

 

IMG_3947.jpg

Flash Facts

I’m a stepmom/mom to 3 great kids
and I cant believe we’ve survived it!

I believe emotional eating is NORMAL!

I live with 1 dog, 2 frogs, 1 cat,
1 snake (yes), and a rescue gecko named Tulip.

Through my 50 plus years, I’ve been all sizes of body.

I practice a weight inclusive coach approach.

I’m happiest in the sunshine.

I’m an anxious person, but have found a groove.

I listen to all kinds of music, and love epic WEATHER.


At 50 we come of age. For the second time.

You have not lost your beauty, your body, or your spirit.
We rationalize that we are getting “old”, that we’re supposed to feel crap, and that we had our time.

That’s BS.

 

If you feel invisible, alone, and just plain purposeless, let’s connect.
Let’s find a way to Build your Holistic & Better Menopause, whole person like.

If I can, for sure YOU can!

 

 

I kept asking myself these questions:

 

Where is my willpower?

Why can’t I remember ANYTHING anymore?

Why am I so unhappy?

Will I ever be able to eat things I want?

Why doesn’t my husband understand?

Where am I going?

Don’t go ANYWHERE!

 

Experience my Mindful Eating Mini Series Free. 5 Short Bytes of Mindful Eating.

 
Peach Wedding Paper La Boutique Dei Colori_2.jpg

Visit my blog , Instagram, or Facebook page to see
more of who I am.

Please, consult your doctor or mental health professional before undertaking any advice, program, from here or anywhere else! Your whole health is of the utmost importance. If you have a health condition, talk to your care provider about anything you plan to undertake.