To Change Your Life, Alter Your Environment

PSA: Losing weight permanently is not just about eating salad & occasionally doing cardio!

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I cannot stress this enough as I sit here planning out my new course material that I am so excited to share!

Changing your life for good requires a comprehensive approach, & what I mean by that is,

you need to look over all the parts of your life, & ask yourself...


"Am I actually happy with this?"


You may need to look at:

- Cleanliness in your home.

- Clutter in general.

- Expired products in the cabinet.

- A dirty fridge.

- An excess of chemicals.

- Your family history of health.

- Your friendships.

- Your daily activities.

...plus, of course, your diet and activity levels!

These are all components of your life, that you may be holding onto, and therefore, parts of you!

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You may realize you had more trauma than you thought surrounding eating.

You may realize that you have a couple of friends you (too) often overindulge with.

You may be totally unaware of how holding on to or avoiding throwing away a bunch of expired food, directly correlates with your fear of change!

Creating a wellness program involves so much more than handing over some recipes

& a basic exercise plan!

If you're just handing over money and getting nothing but these things,

I'm afraid your plan will be incomplete, may be full of holes, & is often prone to failure.

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I have personally dealt with all of these issues, & I have an overwhelming desire to share my knowledge. This why I'm here, & why I am building this program for you!

I want to be right beside you, as we take apart these components, & then put your life back together in a way that serves you better, & creates an intuitive pathway to health.

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So get up off the couch, or the floor, pause your scroll situation, & send me a message!

We can set up a free call asap, so you can finally start living an epic life.

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