I hope you have a healthy and happy Halloween today! The upcoming holiday season is all about celebrating the things and people you love and are thankful for and if you're like me, your health is something you never take for granted.
I am incredibly thankful for my health and strive to help others become more thankful for their own. That's why I find it important to help others learn how to thank and nourish their bodies by eating real, organic and non-GMO food.
Unfortunately, during the holiday season, we often overlook our health as we gather with friends and family for meals and celebrations. Most holiday meals are accompanied by processed foods, sugary desserts and ingredients that help to pack on the pounds during the winter months.
During the holiday season, your health is something you really ought to be thankful for and prioritize as #1. Without your health, you have nothing!
In light of this, I have something special for you that will be sent to your inbox in the morning - so make sure to OPEN your email from me tomorrow!
This is going to help you glide through winter and the upcoming holiday season!
In the meantime, write down your personal health goals. This should only take a few minutes, but you need to be specific and write them down. The simple act of putting pen to paper is a crucial step to getting what you want - and I feel like part of my job is to help you get where you want to be! Without clear goals in mind, you won't know where to go.
So ask yourself, are you happy with your weight and energy levels? Are you feeling like your best and healthiest self? Do you eat unprocessed foods that give your body the nutrients it needs? Where do you want to be in the next few months? How about this time next year?
And... writing down your goals today will probably help you eat less candy tonight!
What I'm sending you tomorrow will help you take action.
P.S. Did you take my challenge to clean out your pantry yet? Once you've cleaned out all the junk, it's so much easier to eat healthy. You'll have a clean slate!
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