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Girl on Bliss is a health platform for proactive, logical, and accomplished modern women who face the daily dilemma of choosing between taking care of their bodies and celebrating the pleasures of life (which always revolve around food!).  

You can find well-rounded guidance on Mindset, Function, Food Energetics, Habits, and Communication so that you can find a flexible eating style that resonates with your goals and empowers your life.

 


 

Backstory

Hi there! I'm Katheryn, creator of Girl on Bliss. I want to live in a world of confident, glamorous women who strut their stuff and never worry about their diets. Wanna be one?  

I used to be a 40-pound overweight yoyo dieter, and I was self-conscious about exuding the kind of confidence I wanted to in my jobs and in my life.

I've worked in the hospitality industry, a law firm, a design firm, and even a ballroom dancing studio, and image was really important for the success of my career performance. 

At the same time, I felt like the social aspect of these jobs plus travelling for business got in the way of being able to stick to any kind of diet plan. 

That all changed when I went to Tokyo, and I learned about Food Energetics.

Katheryn Gronauer Certified Health Coach and contributing writer to HuffPost, Mindbodygreen, Elite Daily, Elephant Journal, Thought Catalog, and Thrive Global.

Katheryn Gronauer
Certified Health Coach and contributing writer to HuffPost, Mindbodygreen, Elite Daily, Elephant Journal, Thought Catalog, and Thrive Global.

 
 

I was living in a land of slim women who were eating rice and noodles, who opted for yoga instead of cross fit, and who weren't chugging a 2L bottle of water throughout the day.

None of their habits made any sense to me based on the knowledge I found in Western media, but these women were getting the results that I wanted. 

I've been exposed to both Eastern and Western concepts of health and lifestyle, and I can see clearly how both ideas are centered around the same knowledge and concepts, but the approach yields very different results.

I've become that gal who can have a couple bites of cake without feeling the need to eat the entire piece.

 
 

Who can say "no" to food offers I don't want without feeling guilty of offending the person who offered. Who can maintain weight with simple walking and stretching.

And this is what I want for you - to be able to feel comfortable in your body, confident in your communication, clear on what you value, and capable of being healthy and enjoying the pleasures of life.