“Brain Powered Weight Loss” A Conversation that will have you thinking.

Already confused about what day it is!

I had to remind myself what day of the week it was this morning. All in an effort to stay on top of things. I find the week between Christmas and New Years is so out of whack. So much so, that I lose a sense of purpose, motivation, appetite and bearings. I’m coming around 🙂

I wrote my last Monday update from Esterel Resort in the Laurentians, where we spent the first few nights of Channukah. With my mom and Jack, we managed to ski a few days, enjoy the outdoor hot tubs, skate the frozen lake, snuggle up in the cozy atmosphere and indulge in amazing food. It was the perfect little getaway and nice to have some quality time.
My goal for the next few days is based around goal setting, and planning for the upcoming year. There are a few projects I really want to focus on. There are still some aspects to this entrepreneurial world that I need to learn. I am challenging myself to face them head on rather than avoid, neglect or reassign. Growth & Gratitude key words for me.

Living Your Life w Lianne Laing Podcast:

I am hoping this is the perfect topic and guest to launch us into 2020.

It’s a fresh year with new goals and resolutions. Some of which possibly consist of trying to live a healthier lifestyle and possibly shed a few pounds?

However, something tells me you’ve been here before. You’ve tried this before: this resolution is starting to feel like groundhog day.

It probably feels like insanity….

A wise man once said, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results”. It seems old habits, emotions and patterns usually come back into play…

And here’s the key….

The most important component in the battle with your body is healing the source of your suffering. Successful weight management requires shifting your identity and belief systems, well before diet and exercise.

About Eliza Kingsford

I’m not throwing this out there without providing you some answers. The book is called “Brain Powered Weight Loss” written by Eliza Kingsford. Eliza is described as a mind/body practitioner and nationally recognized weight management expert. She is a leading voice in the burgeoning mind/body connection movement. Also, she is a licensed psychotherapist, trained in clinical psychology, Neuro Emotional Technique [NET], and Emotional Freedom Technique (or tapping) methodologies.  She was a behavioural coach, then clinical director, and finally executive director of an obesity and weight management summer program for teens for 10 years.

Brain Powered Weight Loss

Eliza wrote the book-  Brain Powered Weight Loss in 2017, highlighting the brain-weight equation and how our weight is impacted by the relationship we have with food, and not just the food itself.

Our discussion is quite fascinating and as we discuss concepts and checklists in greater detail she also mentions worksheets available to the listerners as well. I am attaching the link for you to sign up and get the worksheets- so that you can listen and follow along.


You can also find more information about Eliza at http://www.elizakingsford.com/

Taking it Easy

It’s a low key New Years for us this year and we are staying in town for the first time in years. I hope its a nice celebration for all of you and that you are able to leave 2019 behind you with wonderful anticipation for what 2020 has in store.

Wishing you health, love and happiness.
Lianne xo