We are Balance365. We are bringing balance, moderation and sanity to women’s health and fitness. Our approach is unique, yet simple: women need to figure out what works for their unique life! This is what allows women to live happily and healthfully with balance and ease.
Control vs. Trust—A Grown Ass Woman Email Sneak Peek
Episode Overview Hello Balance365 community! We’ve got a special bite-sized podcast episode for you today.
Every few weeks, we send out a heartfelt email sharing personal stories, wisdom, and experiences that we don’t share anywhere else. But today, we’re sharing one of those emails, and we know it will make you take a pause and ask yourself some important questions. We hope you love it.
If you love what you hear and want to get our monthly exclusive Grown Ass Woman Stuff emails, click here to join our newsletter so you won’t miss out on the next one!
Key Points Annie shares how to move from more control to more trust Questions to ask yourself to build more trust in yourself Mentions The Grown Ass Woman Stuff newsletter Related Content Episode 183: How to Create a Life You Want Episode 208: Q+A: Rewarding Yourself, Following Through, And The Power Of Small Changes Transcript Download a copy of this episode’s transcript here.
How Lisa Found Sustainable Change After 45 years of Dieting
Episode Overview Hello everyone! Today we’re getting to know Lisa, who spent 45 years trying diet after diet with no long-term success. She joined Balance365 out of sheer desperation, hoping to find sustainable change… and she was not disappointed. Lisa has not only lost 20 pounds, but she feels better than she ever thought imaginable, and most importantly feels like she’s finally found the lasting change she’s been looking for.
We know you'll love Lisa’s radical honesty and energy. If her story hits home for you, get your name on our waitlist so you can be the first to know when the doors to Balance365 open again. Click right here to sign up!
Trigger warning: contains mentions of eating disorders
Key Points Lisa’s history with dieting What led Lisa to join Balance365 Why Balance365 has been different for her compared to dieting What Lisa’s life looks like now Related Content Episode 165: How To Break Free From Emotional Eating Episode 213: How Meg Gave Herself The Gift Of Health At 50 Episode 203: The Difference Between Diets And Habits Transcript Download a copy of this episode’s transcript here.
New Here? How to Simplify Nutrition
Episode Overview In our experience, the average person can benefit from understanding nutrition basics. We’re talking foundational nutritional habits.
Maybe you’re asking, “Why simple? Shouldn’t I overhaul everything for the best benefits?”
Because simple is *actionable.* By the end of this episode, you will walk away with a few key takeaways of nutritional guidelines that you can start exploring right away, no diet overhaul needed!
If you don’t want to do this on your own, we’ve got you covered. Our coaches would love to help you through this process in our Balance365 Coaching program. Get on our waitlist right here!
Key Points Why should we simplify nutrition? Two questions to ask yourself about your nutrition Nutrition science and basic guidelines How to move from disregulated eating to more regulated eating Related Content Episode 192: Weight Loss Nutrition: How Annie Lost 60lbs Episode 137: Member Spotlight: How Megan Lost 45lbs With Balanced Nutrition + Self Care Transcript Download a copy of this episode’s transcript here.
Q+A - Staying Engaged with Habits When Life is Chaotic and Artificial Sweeteners’ Impact on Weight Loss
Episode Overview Hi everyone! We’re back with another live Q+A podcast episode! In today’s episode, we’re sharing two questions submitted by our audience:
1. How can you stay engaged with a habit when your world is out of balance?
2. Do artificial sweeteners impact your weight loss goals?
This episode is a quick one, but is PACKED with info. Don’t miss it!
If you haven’t already heard us shouting from the rooftops, we’ll say it one more time: our free, live training “Nighttime Snacking: Why You Do It and How to Stop” begins TOMORROW (September 15th). Join us as we do a deep dive into a habit so many people are struggling with. If you’ve tried and failed over and over to curb that nighttime eating, this is for you! Click here to sign up for free.
Key Points How to stay engaged with a habit when your world is out of balance Artificial sweeteners’ impact on your weight loss goals Related Content Episode 184: The Truth About Sugar (Part 1) Episode 185: The Truth About Sugar (Part 2) Transcript Download a copy of this episode’s transcript here.
Divorce, Dating, and Body Image
Episode Overview Today’s the day! In this episode, you’re going to hear Annie unpack her recent divorce, dating, and body image experiences. Come listen to how she worked through some lingering body image issues after her 15-year relationship ended and she re-entered the dating world.
And! In just 10 days, Jen and Annie are hosting a BRAND NEW free training on one of our community’s biggest struggles. It’s called Nighttime Eating: Why You Do It and How to Stop. This training will be a live virtual event the evening of September 15th and we would LOVE to see you there! Click here to sign up for free!
Key Points How Annie’s life changed significantly a few years ago Annie’s experience with dating What body image issues have come up since her divorce How she’s processing it all and what her life looks like now Mentions Episode 183: How to Create a Life You Want (Women are Sleeping) Related Content Episode 225: Does Losing Weight Make You A Bad Feminist? (Reshare) Episode 174: How Weight Loss Can Impact Marriage And Partnerships Transcript Download a copy of this episode’s transcript here.
4 Tips to Get Back on Track
Episode Overview We hear you: a change in routine can be hard! For example, with autumn around the corner, it means it’s time to transition from summer to fall routines. And it can be a struggle!
Today, we’re sharing our best tips to start a new routine or get back on track after a long hiatus.
We also have an exciting announcement! We have been working tirelessly behind the scenes on our brand Nighttime Snacking: Why You Do It and How to Stop. It’s a new free training, happening live on the evening of September 15th, and it's absolutely free to attend. This workshop is for you if you’ve tried and failed over and over to curb that nighttime eating. Click here to sign up!
Key Points What are your slippery habits How to know if you’re ready to get back on track What to focus on first How to make a plan and what to consider when you begin Mentions Episode 217: 4 Reasons Why You’re Stuck Related Content Episode 110: How Routines Can Help You Find Control In The Midst Of Chaos With Kendra Hennessy Episode 106: Staying Calm And Healthy In Chaos Part 1 Transcript Download a copy of this episode’s transcript here.
A key part of my wellness journey!
Jen and Annie’s podcast is one I will always make time for in my busy life. They are inspiring and accessible, able to perfectly blend humor and “real-ness” with valuable health information. They have helped me immensely with working towards the right mindset to make lasting change. I am very grateful to have stumbled upon Balance 365!
Life changing content
This podcast has helped me with my mindset around food, nutrition, movement, and health. I have become much more aware of my all or nothing thinking and been able to redefine my health on my own terms. Thank you Jen & Annie for all that you do!
Freedom from Diet Culture and What to Do Instead
This podcast has been life changing for me. I’ve probably listened to every episode at this point and it has been the key to reprogramming myself from diet culture. A key aspect that I appreciate is that B365 offers an alternative—it doesn’t just say “eff diet culture” it also says “here’s how to figure out what’s actually healthy for you”. As someone who has struggled with moderation in the past and tends to be very perfectionist and strict with myself, exploring what sane, healthy habits look like, what actually listening to your body looks like, what slow, moderate change actually looks like has been so helpful.