Whether your kids are 8 months, or 18 years old, you’re still worrying about them, busy providing for them and oftentimes neglecting yourself.
It used to be easy to prioritize yourself, mainly because no one else was competing for that time and energy.
You used to have luxurious weekend breakfasts over a book or magazine, and now most of your meals are eaten over the sink or in the car.
You’ve gained and struggled to lose baby weight, holiday weight, and stress weight.
Your clothes don’t fit, and as you change outfits for the third time, and yell about not having anything to wear, you’re just tired of feeling frumpy.
As you go through your day, the nagging questions of what you’re going to eat vs what you “should” eat, pull at the edges of your brain.
Checking calories and fat grams feel like an endless drudgery.
Yes, you want to lose weight and feel better, but ultimately you want your mojo back.
You want to feel confident, comfortable in your own skin and sexy.