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About Laura Fenamore

Weight Release & Body Image Coach Laura Fenamore is on a mission to guide women around the world to love what they see in the mirror, one pinky at a time, so they can unlock the secrets to a healthy weight and start loving their lives as soon as possible.

Her popular Body Image Mastery program is celebrated by hundreds of women who have lost weight, reclaimed self-esteem, and started bold, happy lives with Laura and her proven programs as their guide.

Having overcome her own battle with addiction, obesity, and eating disorders, Laura released over 100 pounds 24 years ago to begin a journey to guide other women to live more joyous, balanced lives. The author of the forthcoming book Weightless: 7 Tools to Love Your Body (and Release Weight For Good) and a frequent contributor to local and national media – including First for Women, Ladies Home Journal, the Dr. Pat Show and blog contributor on Betty Confidential, Daily Love and Positively Positive. Laura believes that self-love and self-care is where the transformation begins. Learn more about her programs, invite her to speak or contribute to your program or conference at OnePinky.com.

10 Ways To Love Fearlessly

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“Living in fear is so last season, if you want to be happy and really live your dream you have to take a stand and just put yourself out there. You might fail, yes indeed – but, you might, you just might succeed too! Don’t you want to find out? Either way your life will… Continue Reading →

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A Body In Motion: How To Recover From Injury (And Feeling The Winter Blues)

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It feels like it happened yesterday – literally. The pain in my knees is a constant reminder of that beautiful run I took on my 45th birthday. Torn meniscus, said the doctor. Surgery was the answer. But five years later, having had the surgery (and then again on the other knee), things have never been quite the… Continue Reading →

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Everyday Miracles

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I just love birthdays. I’ve always felt that they are my own personal New Year’s. It’s a time to acknowledge everything – accomplishments, goals, setbacks, loved ones – by rejoicing in that extra number being added on. I am still celebrating my 50th birthday, which was 6 months ago! I just love this new decade. I… Continue Reading →

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Creating The Life You Want

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“Happiness is a conscious choice, not an automatic response.” – Mildred Barthel Complaining often feels like a national pastime – we’re out of shape, we’re tired, we don’t like our neighbors, we’re bogged down by chores. Sometimes it’s bigger issues – we don’t like our jobs, we feel that we’re not living up to our potential, we… Continue Reading →

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Fall In Love This Fall!

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One of my body image students dreaded fall because it was that time of year that got her closer to the “food holidays.” We know them well – first Halloween candy, then the Thanksgiving food fest, then the Christmas/Hanukkah parties and New Year’s eve celebratory dinners. All four holidays encourage people to eat and sleep… Continue Reading →

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Fall In Love This Fall!

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One of my body image students dreaded fall because it was that time of year that got her closer to the “food holidays.” We know them well – first Halloween candy, then the Thanksgiving food fest, then the Christmas/Hanukkah parties and New Year’s eve celebratory dinners. All four holidays encourage people to eat and sleep… Continue Reading →

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Make Your Next Vacation A Self-Love Vacation

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I just got back from a vacation that changed my soul. I know, I know – the word “vacation” evokes piña coladas, pools, trashy magazines, and indulgent dinners, not life-altering revelations. But instead of escaping for a week, only to come back to the same hang ups and issues, why not use a week off to dig into… Continue Reading →

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Ways To Love Without Fear

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“Love isn’t a state of perfect caring. It is an active noun, like struggle.” – Fred Rogers Love can be terrifying. Love isn’t just hearts, rainbows, and soft pinks and reds. It’s more like fireworks –thrilling, aggressive, surprising, and frightening. Love requires trust. It asks us to open ourselves up and become vulnerable. It necessitates giving up… Continue Reading →

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We Can All ‘Have A Dream’

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“Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.” – Martin Luther King, Jr. When Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his now-famous “I have a dream” speech, I was just a month and a half old. 1963 was a big year both for America and the Fenamore family. The youngest of eight children,… Continue Reading →

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What Can We Learn From Cory Monteith’s Death?

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When I heard that Cory Monteith, who played Finn Hudson on the Fox hit Glee, was found dead in a Vancouver hotel room at the age of 31, my heart just broke. Even weeks later, I still find myself with a heavy heart over someone I never knew – I mean, I only ever watched the show once or… Continue Reading →

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Knowledge Is Power: A Reading List To Protect Yourself From The Food Industry

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I feel no need for any other faith than my faith in human beings. - Pearl S. Buck I just celebrated my 50th birthday, on July 6th to be exact.  In honor of  my 5th decade, I want to offer you a gift. Below are some solid materials for you to get on your own self love… Continue Reading →

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Seeking Safety From Domestic And Self-Abuse!

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We all know the domestic abuse stereotypes – think trailers, poverty, drugs and inner city. Poor, drunk husbands or boyfriends hitting women. Doesn’t happen in your neighborhood, right? WRONG. Domestic violence obeys no socio-economic or racial boundaries. I got a firsthand taste of this at a fundraiser for the Center for Domestic Peace, a home… Continue Reading →

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