Back in 2014, I was constantly identified as the ‘strong’ girl. People would always point out how "good I was looking" and I loved it— I ate it up. But deep down I knew I wanted to be more than just a ‘fit girl’ with nothing more than a nice body. I wanted to be someone beyond my appearance, someone who gave back and someone who made a difference. I definitely wanted more in life than what I was getting, but I just had no idea what that even looked like or how I was going to get there. Before I knew what that entailed, I excessively worked out and restricted my meals in an attempt to change my body... because society says that was the first step to true happiness. Amiiiright?!? (Insert body- shaming diet slogans here). 🚫 Well, fast forward four years later, and I am finally living by MY TRUE VALUES— without living by our diet culture’s rules. And yeah I may not be the same person physically, but overall I am so proud to be who I am and where I'm going! I am now confident and happy in the decisions I make and I don’t need to ‘challenge’ anyone (including myself) to feel adequate. I also don’t have to squeeze myself into a size 26 to feel loved! 👇🏻 SO HOW DO YOU REDEFINE YOUR VALUES? You can start by taking a look at the following photos. 👉🏻 Start journaling what your core values are and explore how they make you feel! Tag a friend and share which ones relate to you most. 💞 Mine are giving back, being creative and always finding ways to grow.

Which ones are yours?!

How Do You Redefine Your Values?! Here's a Way to Give it a Try!

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My coaching is a supportive means to addressing body image and self-love, but it may not be suitable for everyone struggling with clinical eating disorders. (Not all information shared in this space will be helpful in the cycle of clinically disordered eating). If you are suffering from an eating disorder, or mental illness, please seek medical/psychological attention first, then come back to this space and see if it is a good fit for you. 



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- Founder, Chantal Lacoste