Jane Pilger, a Master Certified Life Coach, joins The Principal Podcast to discuss the phenomena of binge eating and how to support yourself instead of shame yourself. As women and educators, we understand that food takes up a lot of mental space.
Jane and Lynn discuss:
Learn more about Jane’s work and how to work with her privately at https://www.janepilger.com/work-with-me and more about her program The Binge Breakthrough here https://www.bingebreakthrough.com/blueprint
You can also listen to her podcast https://www.bingebreakthrough.com/podcast
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About the guest
Wife. Daughter. Sister. Friend. Cat mama. Christian. Triathlete. CPA. Commercial real estate broker and developer. These are a few interesting things about me that I can fully embrace and appreciate now that I am no longer consumed by thoughts about what I have eaten, what I will eat, or collapsed in shame thinking something is wrong with me. Now I spend my time and energy connecting with others, helping women end the cycle of shame around food and their bodies, and chasing finish lines. I strive to make a difference in the lives of those around me while living a life of love, trust, adventure and growth.
About the host
Lynn Hardin is a Retired Elementary School Principal and Certified Life Coach for educators. She understands the stress and anxiety associated with being an educator pre and post pandemic. She is a wife, mother, grandmother, dog lover, and artist. She is passionate about helping teachers and school leaders overcome anxiety, chronic stress, and worry to live happier and healthier lives. Connect on Instagram @_lynnhardin