Do these sound familiar?
Do these sound familiar?
There is NEVER enough time in the day to get through my to do list. The items just roll over from one days list to the next.
The demands are endless. Everyone wants a piece of me. Work, kids, the school ... cooking, planning, homework, projects. I'm sick of having to do it all.
I'm so sick of being tired ALL the time. I want to get my energy back and feel less like a dead woman walking.
I know I need to look after myself better. I can feel my body is begging me for more. I just don't have the time with everything/one else to look after.
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Before starting the plan, I was feeling very sluggish and bloated and nothing I did seemed to get rid of that feeling. After completing the 30 days to healthy living, my indigestion has gone, my bloating has subsided, and I have more energy. I loved the cooking of fresh meals, sharing of recipes and support, especially from Wendy who I felt was by my side throughout. I’m continuing with the principles I’ve learnt because I’ve felt good on plan and for the most part, didn’t experience any cravings or hunger which pleasantly surprised me. I would highly recommend the 30 days plan, especially if you’re a busy mum who is juggling work and kids**. Caroline Coles – Sing & Sign franchisee owner
I decided to do the plan after I got fed up of being in a constant cycle of trying to lose weight and become healthier and then giving up after a week or so. The plan is not a diet - it’s a lifestyle change and I didn’t feel like I was denying myself anything as such. Because I was cooking from scratch (which I never do as I live on ready meals) I knew exactly what I was putting in my body. I actually enjoyed the change I saw in my body but also the control I had on what I was eating. The group on Facebook was really supportive and a great place to get meal inspirations. I will keep elements of the plan daily - the green shot and drinking less caffeine and definitely home cooking more and being more aware of what I’m eating**. Laura Oakley - Associate Director in PR
I did the plan to reassess my mindset, attitude and behaviours about eating and drinking.
At the start I felt my skin was dull and my body bloated. Following the plan, my skin is brighter, I am less bloated and more motivated to do exercise. The plan helped me identify my triggers for certain foods when I’m feeling stressed and now, I’ve learned healthier alternatives I enjoy, never feeling like I was missing out. In spite of a full-time job, home schooling and catering for my 9- & 11-year olds preferences, I’ve created great habits with batch cooking and stuck with my meal planning – which all supports my busy lifestyle. I felt really supported within the plan through both the encouragement of Wendy and the Facebook group**. Vivienne McLaren - Director Business Transformation
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