Going Beyond The Food Project

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“Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.”
(Ralph Waldo Emerson)

Going Beyond the Food Interview (Trailer)

Watch Mr. Happy Living’s interview with Stephanie Dodier on how to “ditch the diet mindset to feel good, for good.” As part of her “Going Beyond the Food Project” Stephanie and Matt muse on the pursuit of a great life, about getting rid of things that no longer serve you to enable a ride on the “vehicle to happiness”— and about how much our body-image expectations have changed since Rembrandt painted masterpieces of women with actual curves.It’s a dialogue between a wonderful woman and a great man on the fact that life is too short to not be living the life you love.Read the post here: https://www.happyliving.com/going-beyond-the-food-project/Watch the full interview: https://www.facebook.com/veryhappyliving/videos/1484615291683565/?t=6

Posted by Happy Living on Thursday, November 1, 2018

 

Watch Mr. Happy Living’s interview with Stephanie Dodier of the Going Beyond the Food Project on how to “Feel good, for good.”

The two speak on “Ditching the Diet Mindset” to transform your views on body image and your relationship to food.

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But Matt goes further. He speaks about the pursuit of a great life, about making small strides each and every day to create a vehicle to Happiness.

It’s the story of a 5’2”, hundred-pound high school freshman wanting to play in the NFL—and how he achieved it. It’s a message on how to overcome the gravity in your life that may be holding you back from living your dream.

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It’s a talk about “aggressively getting rid of things that don’t serve you” to create room for change.

It’s a discussion of how the women that Rembrandt painted looked nothing like today’s supermodels.

It’s a dialogue between a wonderful woman and a great man on the fact that life is too short to not be living a life you love.

Going Beyond the Food Project Interview

Watch Mr. Happy Living’s interview with Stephanie Dodier on how to “ditch the diet mindset to feel good, for good.” As part of her “Going Beyond the Food Project” Stephanie and Matt muse on the pursuit of a great life, about getting rid of things that no longer serve you to enable a ride on the “vehicle to happiness”—and about how much our body-image expectations have changed since Rembrandt painted masterpieces of women with actual curves.It’s a dialogue between a wonderful woman and a great man on the fact that life is too short to not be living the life you love.Watch other great interviews from the Going Beyond the Food Project: https://goingbeyondthefoodproject.com/order/?orid=11746&opid=3

Posted by Happy Living on Thursday, November 1, 2018

 

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