[smart_track_player url=”http://traffic.libsyn.com/insatiable/EP_77_Toss_Your_Supplements_and_Skinny_Jeans_to_Get_Unstuck.mp3″ social=”true” social_twitter=”true” social_facebook=”true” social_gplus=”true” social_linkedin=”true” social_pinterest=”true” social_email=”true”]
Could the space you live in be holding you back from your health and weight loss goals? According to Rebecca McLoughlin, an Interior Life Coach, the space around you reflects the space within you. She sees our homes are metaphors for our inner world, and working directly with them can catalyze transformation and support us as we grow into who we want to become. In today’s episode, we talk about:
- How clutter and outdated wardrobes represent emotional blocks keeping you trapped in frustrating patterns and the number one key to release these blocks
- How getting rid of supplements and/or your fat and skinny wardrobe could be the ticket to getting out of a weight loss pattern driven by shame
- And Rebecca shares three profound steps to upgrade your space for where you want to go in your life, none of which require a lot of money or buying more.
Rebecca McLoughlin is an Interior Life Coach. She believes that the space around us reflects the space within us. Our homes are metaphors for our inner world, and working directly with them can catalyze transformation and support us as we grow into who we want to become. Through one-on-one coaching, group work, and writing, Rebecca guides people into new, more meaningful and authentic relationships with themselves and their space.
Rebecca’s work bridges inner and outer worlds — and so does her background. She has a keen eye for beautiful design, a Master’s in Counseling Psychology, is a trained Grief and Loss Counselor, and a certified coach. Her deep listening and gentle guidance help people discover who they truly are and how to surround themselves with their own beauty.
Rebecca lives in Belmont, CA with her husband and two year old son. Get a copy her free ebook, The 5 Keys to Wake Up & Love Where You Live, on her website.