October 25, 2017

How to boost your mood, energy, and feel confident like a Queen

Getting the kids off to school. 

Hopping onto that 9am conference call. 

Charging into those 2,967 unread emails. 

Doing the afternoon carpool run (aka “MomUber service”).

Firing off a passionate letter to your State Representative.

And somehow, miraculously getting dinner on the table by 6pm.

Daily life is no joke. 

Most days, you’re juggling five zillion responsibilities. You’re a mom. You’re a boss. You’re a citizen. You’re a caregiver, partner, and friend. You’ve got so much on your plate—and you can’t afford to feel foggy and tired. 

You need tons of energy. You need to feel strong and vibrant. Because you’ve got big things to do. Which means it’s time to start putting your health first, not last. 

Join me for a free 60-minute class called POWER UP! 

Sign up here.

In this class, I’ll share…

  • My tips on how to take excellent care of your body—and keep your energy levels high—even when life is insanely busy.
  • A story that will inspire you to stop obsessing about your weight, so you can focus your attention on the priorities that really matter.
  • Simple meal-time, fitness, and self-care ideas that you can incorporate into your daily routine immediately.
  • Tips on how to talk to your kids—especially your daughters—about food, weight, and body image issues, so you can raise strong girls who want to do big, exciting things and take on the world.

It’s happening on November 1 at 12pm CT.

If you can’t make it live, I’ll send out the recording, but you’ve gotta sign up!

Grab your spot right here.

Hope to see you there!



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