Can you believe there are only two months left in 2017? I can tell you I’m excited to be skiing in a couple weeks. Our first day on snow is scheduled for Nov 18th. WooHoo!
Unfortunately, this is also the toughest time of year for health, fitness, and weight loss. In fact, the majority of weight gained every year happens between Halloween and New Years. This is the reason so many people feel the need to have fitness and weight loss at the top of their New Year’s resolution list. But you are different. This year will be different…with a few simple changes.
- Step 1: Donate extra Halloween Candy (or throw it out) by Nov. 3rd.
- Step 2: Decide that you are ready to reach 2018 in better shape than you are now.
- Step 3: Create a plan to make that happen…and start following it.
Stop for a second to image what January will be like to focus on other goals for 2018 because you are already doing great with your health and fitness goals. Before you dismiss me as a lunatic, I want to remind you that many people are already in this position, and it’s completely possible for anyone to accomplish. It simply depends on your mindset and actions over the coming months.
If you are interested, we are launching our annual #myprojectzero challenge later this month. The one simple goal is to reach January 1st at (or less) than your current weight. We have a complete “holiday survival” plan ready for you. Email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) to RSVP. We will send the details shortly.
Yours in Health and Happiness,
FRESH! Wellness Group
Understanding Hormone Imbalance
Do you know what your pituitary gland, thyroid, thymus, adrenal glands and pancreas have in common?
They are all endocrine glands, and their jobs are to make hormones.
Tomato-less Marinara Sauce
If you have chronic pain or an autoimmune disease you probably will see much benefit from eliminating nightshades.
But if you don’t suffer from that, you still can enjoy this new take on marinara.
(Starts Nov. 21st)
Coffee with Coach Seminar
Stress & Adrenal Fatigue
(Nov 15th at Noon)
Holiday Survival Seminar
(Nov 29th @ Noon)
Email with questions, or to RSVP for these events.