Through my work over the past year, I have developed what I think is an effective line of inquiry to answer "What do I do?" and "How do I stick with it?" Its a series of questions, a little self-experimentation and some grounded information that will lead you to an actionable and sustainable weight-loss plan. I'm not a doctor or a nutritionist, but I have real world experience. After trying many avenues and asking lots of questions, I've ultimately found an authentic path to healthy weight loss, a renewed spirit, emotional ease and a vibrant life. So here is my question to you, dear reader: Would you be interested enough in my ideas to pay for a book or private coaching?
I've already begun the process of writing a practical, intuitive guide to slimming down and getting healthy. The goal? A funny, breezy but honest, no-nonsense book filled with simple tools to help the reader create and maintain a tailor-made plan to get healthy. Part memoir, part work book, part self-help; a humorous, down-to-earth book that would address the real issues most working and stay-at-home mother's deal with when trying to face-off with their old habits. What do you think?