Today on the podcast, we’re exploring Well-Balanced Living without sacrifice with Cassidy Cesera of Cassidy Eats! You might have heard the saying, “It’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey.” But how often do we actually live by those words? We often focus so much on where we’re trying to go that we forget to enjoy the ride. We hold ourselves back from being happy because we don’t feel like we deserve it or we’re not doing enough. 

Today, Cassidy Ceresa from Cassidy Eats is here to remind us that we are worthy of happiness. She shares some tips on how to simplify well-balanced living without making major sacrifices. As a behavior change coach, content creator, podcast host, and head of parties at Partytrick, Cassidy is all about empowering people to make positive changes.

Cassidy believes that there is a world in which you can have a healthy, balanced lifestyle, where you don’t have to sacrifice a single thing and not restrict yourself in any way. Simplifying well-balanced living is never going to be “either-or” – it’s always going to be both. Living a balanced, healthy lifestyle is not so much about being on track or off track. It’s about making the commitment to understand yourself and serve yourself in an authentic way.

Listen to the show, Simplifying Well-Balanced Living without Sacrifice: 

In this episode, you will hear:

  • Balancing work and personal health and wellness
  • Self-worth and self-love are important factors in weight loss
  • Why tracking points do not work
  • Overcoming the fear of diet culture and diet thinking
  • Trusting yourself to know how to eat
  • You’re in charge of your own experience!
  • The concept of famine vs. feast
  • Healthy swaps are one of the biggest keys to success
  • Navigating people around you and managing access to your friends

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