hi. i’m charmaine.


…and for 6 years, i was overwhelmed & overeating at the bedside.

throughout most of my nursing career, my eating habits were a mess.

Left:  Me in 2011 (my last day of nursing school);   Right:  Me in 2018 during a regular work day

Left: Me in 2011 (my last day of nursing school);
Right: Me in 2018 during a regular work day

As an inpatient nurse for the past 7 years in an acute psychiatric hospital, my wellness always ranked last on my priorities list.

In nursing school, junk food was there to comfort me when I was stressed. At work, junk food was there to comfort me when I was stressed.

I thought there was “no time” to invest in proper nutrition and always ate out of convenience — no matter how unhealthy the food was! I believed I was at the mercy of my long work hours, stressful work days, and busy schedule. And I kept eating because of how terrible I constantly felt (Pop Tarts, McDonald’s, you name it!).

What turned the tide for me was seeing my Hemoglobin A1C level at a borderline pre-diabetic level. This was absolutely horrifying for me as I was always on top of my workouts (which included high-intensity cardio and heavy lifting). But what I didn’t realize was it was my poor nutrition planning and poor mental health that still costed me my wellness.




I didn’t prioritize my mental and physical health because I didn’t think I was worth it. Not until I saw my lab results and realized that my routine feelings of dread, irritability, stress, anxiety, and exhaustion were beginning to take their toll on me.

I made the decision to eliminate sugar and flour from my diet, and I also learned how to manage my mind when I discovered life coaching. I realized that I was the one responsible the entire time, and that it was up to me to take care of myself — it wasn’t my food’s responsibility or anyone else’s.

I learned the power of gaining awareness of my thinking and used tools every single day to think deliberately and intentionally so that I could accomplish my goals.

You have what it takes to take full charge of your life. It all depends on how well you manage your mind.

As a Board Certified Psychiatric Nurse & Certified Life and Weight Loss Coach, I am committed to coaching and empowering nurses to realizing their full potential to:

  • achieve their goal weight & sustain it

  • feel better about themselves, work, and life

  • take ownership of their lives

  • gain complete freedom from emotional eating

Yes, you can work full-time, tend to all your home obligations, and keep yourself your number one priority (it’s completely possible!). I want to teach you all the tools that I’ve learned so you, too, can gain a better relationship with yourself and feel better at work.

Click here (or the button below) to chat directly with me! On the call, I’ll give you the BEST individualized weight loss hack for you so you can start getting the results you want!