No Weigh intends to help individuals that crave authenticity and wellbeing beyond "just a number on a scale" achieve their self-actualization.
No Weigh is a completely different approach that empowers individuals to manage their own motivation and approach their day-to-day habits with intention and self-acceptance. No Weigh is an immersive experience focused on self-awareness, not just what you eat but HOW you eat, and being your true authentic self.
Too many weight loss programs are a never-ending cycle that focuses on restrictive dieting, budgeting, blaming, food logging, avoidance, and reducing a person's daily experience to numbers and scales.
Authenticity is what it is all about - at our core, we all want to be authentic. It's in our nature to desire significant change when we feel like our lives are inconsistent and off-balance. When people decide they want to make a change, the tendency is to begin with their appearance. Rather than focusing on the change in appearance, No Weigh targets the motivation directly. Recognizing patterns and making intentional adjustments to our habits creates peace in our daily lives.
Compassion is a skill that may be strengthened with practice. No Weigh users strengthen their wellbeing by practicing gratitude in their daily lives. The difficult reality is that no endpoint or goal attainment will ever fully satisfy us. Instead, acknowledging and prioritizing feelings of love and acceptance in our daily lives is how we feel happy and connected to others around us.
We are all lifelong learners. Habits are learned behavior that can be very helpful when they are effectively managed. Recognizing patterns and how they affect our daily lives provides a refreshed perspective for problem-solving. By seeing our wellbeing through a big picture lens, we gain the tools and understanding to approach our environment and habits with objectivity and kindness.
Acceptance is the first step toward self-awareness. To make way for transformation, we must first recognize and accept our tendencies. Continuously recording numbers, and the self-judgement it promotes, is a tendency strengthened by restrictive diets. When we judge, we back ourselves into a corner and, fueled by shame and guilt, inhibit our own growth. But, with the right tools, we have the ability to unravel false narratives, step into our true authentic selves, and feel healthy, confident, and full of self-love.
but, valerie quickly became fed up with how condescending and restrictive many programs were
after having her third child, valerie turned to diet programs to help her feel LIKE herself again
a mom of three
with a career in behavior analysis
hey there! meet valerie!
a mom of three with a career in behavior analysis
hey, there! meet valerie!