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// Kate WrightBe you. Live inspired.

“I believe when we push past fear to live our authentic truth – that is the greatest success in this life.”

Hi my name is Kate Wright  (I was Kate Moody, which is where ‘Inspired Mood’ comes from).

I’m a Certified Health Coach, work in Digital Marketing and Communications, have a background in Journalism and PR and, after recently receiving a call from Hay House, will soon be a published author.

Inspired Mood is an online forum where I share my personal journey in order to empower readers to live their best life from the inside out.

Institute for Integrative Nutrition Certificate, Kate Moody, Health CoachIt’s my belief that when we take a holistic approach – nourish our bodies, while expanding our minds – we can rewrite our story and start to live a life that resembles our wildest dreams.

My journey is one many can relate to and it began in regional NSW, where I grew up on an isolated farm.

At a young age I was bullied at school, which had a negative impact on my emotional health and eventually led to the development of an eating disorder in my teenage years.

I suffered from depression and anorexia nervosa but, while at the time I was in a world of inner turmoil, my story is one of hope.

I eventually made the choice to release myself from the self-imposed prison I was living in – with all its controls, rules and limitations – and to walk free towards my future again.

Now I’m sharing my experience through Inspired Mood and the book I’m writing, so I can inspire and encourage others suffering with the same condition to seek help.

While this is an extreme example, I believe we can all choose to push beyond fear and break free from our self-imposed limitations to live our truth.

Whether that’s a strong desire to travel the world, a hunger for greater authenticity in your relationships, or a craving to start feeding your body healthy wholefoods – it’s your truth and it’s worth exploring.

Inspired Mood is a place for me to share my journey and my evolving truth, while inspiring and empowering you to do the same.


Inspired to take the next step?

I create sugar-free recipes centered on the philosophy of getting back to basics and using locally grown, organic, produce. Below is a selection of my favourite recipes including an eight-week sugar free meal plan to get you started:

Occasionally I like to lay myself bare and share my intuitive musings on creativity, manifestation and happiness. Below is a selection of my top Mindset posts including my three-step process to manifestation and more about the book I’m currently writing:

One of my great passions in life is travel and I get around a bit – I spent two years living in London and exploring Europe before moving back to Australia. Here are a few of my Travel posts from recent trips I’ve taken to Los Angeles and Fiji:


Inspired to Connect?

I share daily snaps of my cooking endeavours via social media. I also share inspiration, tips and tricks to get you living your best life from the inside out.

I look forward to connecting with you through the following platforms:

With love,

11 Comments Post a comment
  1. Ive nominated you for a blog award


    March 4, 2013
    • Wow, thank you Suzanne! It’s so nice to know my little piece of the web can be an inspiration to others :)


      March 5, 2013

    i love your blog Kate, especially the posts about your eight week challenge. Very inspiring, and has motivated me to buy Sarah Wilsons e book and give it a go:)


    March 19, 2013
    • That’s great Jodie!
      It was a worthwhile experiment for me, and one that has resulted in a sustainable lifestyle change. I hope you find it just as beneficial!
      Thank you for your feedback :)


      March 19, 2013
      • It’s my 4th day without sugar, It’s crazy what i’m feeling when looking at the sugar things… maybe I could allow fresh fruits like apples cause I’m turning nuts !


        June 29, 2013
      • Many don’t advise any fruit in the first four weeks, but I always allowed myself up to 2 pieces of fruit each day. Often I wouldn’t have any, but if a sweet craving came on some blackberries, blueberries or strawberries were fantastic to have on hand :)


        June 29, 2013
  3. Stacey James #

    Hi Kate!

    New to the blog and just love it!
    Have just switched to a sugar free diet for body shaping/body fat reduction, and was terrified I wouldn’t be able to eat anything fun ever again!
    Found your blog, and can now breathe easy.


    September 5, 2013
    • Hi Stacey,
      Thanks for your comment ! I hope you find it helps you in some small way. Good luck making the switch – you won’t regret it ;)


      September 5, 2013
  4. Margy #

    Kate I’ve just come across your blog (better late than never) and am determined to embark on my sugar-free journey tomorrow. I’ll be following your meal plans and attempting some of your delicious recipes. I hope you’re still here as no doubt I’ll be having withdrawal symptoms.


    February 9, 2014
  5. easiest way to get instagram followers
    Great blog! Do you have any hints for aspiring writers?
    I’m hoping to start my own website soon but I’m a little lost
    on everything. Would you recommend starting with a free
    platform like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are so many choices out there that I’m totally confused ..
    Any recommendations? Bless you!


    July 24, 2014
  6. Anne #

    can we guest post?


    August 24, 2014

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