• Monique Jephcote

Moderation - including moderation!




Who else loves this take on the mainstream “everything in moderation” quote? It’s one of my favourites.

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I’m a big fan of moderation & balance. They are valuable concepts.

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But I’m also aware enough to know that “everything in moderation” can be perpetuated in diet culture as simply just another ‘food rule’. Where instead of being ‘helpful’ (which is the intention of the original quote), it becomes a space for guilt, fear, rigidity, deprivation & negativity when it comes to food. This is the case for so many. It was also my own case once upon a time!

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So as always, I urge you to be curious about the way you use it, the motives, emotions and most of all, the INTENTION behind it while you’re using it. And remember…

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Everything in moderation. INCLUDING MODERATION!

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