Sometimes habits appear and not only do we get off track, but we don't even realize it’s happened. That's ok. That's life.
And right now, we aren't going to worry about what track you’re supposed to be on, or that school just started and "there's so much going on," or that you just got into a new routine or whatever excuse you are going to say out loud that you just can't do anything else...
You can take care of yourself.
You can take a brief pause from sugar, alcohol, and other crappy foods that tend to cause short-term gratification and long-term problems (while also making our sleep, digestion, and weight loss efforts simply suck.)
Stop trying to do all the things. You cannot be everywhere and all the things for everyone else. You cannot be all the things you want to be when you feel bloated, tired, and annoyed with your recent choices.
I invite you to join me Sunday, Sept 16th-Saturday 29th for a 2-Week Back to School Detox.
(I'm considering hosting another, long-term program for us right before the holidays next month, and this will be a GREAT warm up for it. For now, let's pause. Let's take a break from a few of the things that are holding us back from feeling our best right now.)
It’s in a private facebook group, you won’t be able to see anything until you sign up.
I will add you to said group as soon as you pay.
You should definitely make your best friend come with you. If you bring 2 friends, I’ll let you join for free. Email me.
This is a steal, this value is over $250. Just sign up and feel healthier.
Even if you sign up last minute, you’ll still benefit from joining. You don’t have to be 100% prepared with shopping lists and a clear schedule. We’ll get there.
This group will provide my 2-week detox plan (in PDF so you can go back to it whenever you feel you need to in the future), exclusive access to our Facebook accountability group, recipes, grocery shopping tips, and several Live Q+As with me so that we can all talk about our crazy kids, cravings, and extra inch-melting successes in a 2-week time frame (long enough to make a difference, short enough to keep your sanity.)
Just do it. Because you’re worth it. You’re in good hands. Be all that you can be.