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Weight loss for busy  caregivers

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Are you a woman who has been caring for others most of your life? 

 

Kids, parents, spouses, employees, pets, and the list goes on and on. 

 

You have spent so much time caring for others that you never took the time to pay attention to your health. Now you are left in the middle of your life with extra weight, tired, in a fog, and feel unmotivated.

 

I understand. 

 

I have been there.

What if I told you that you could improve your health and lose weight even as a busy caregiver? 

 

I lost weight at 48, cleared the brain fog, and stopped overeating sweets. 

 

I have put my health and mental wellness first while still caring for my mother being the guardian of my developmentally delayed brother, working full-time, and raising a family. ​

 

As a nurse, a certified caregiving consultant, a certified case manager, and a transformational weight loss coach, I have what it takes to help you move on past the constant struggle of self-sabotage, and get to the root of your weight gain so you can lose the weight for the last time.

 

You have put everyone first your whole life; now it's time for you to take care of yourself. 

This program is for you if you want to

 

  • ​Stop thinking about food. 

  • Feel strong and confident while caregiving.

  • Eat the foods you love.  

  • Never need to look for another program again. 

  • Get support and accountability. 

  • Stop overeating when you are stressed. 

While working with me you will build your food plan filled with foods you love that love you back. 

You get to choose how to move your body and not beat it into the ground with strenuous cardio. 

Are you ready to finally wear that black dress you always wanted to wear?

 

Are you ready to enjoy wine and chocolate and still lose weight? 

 

Are you ready to stop thinking about your weight? 

 

Are you ready to let go of Monday morning regret after stepping on the scale? 

Are you prepared to lose weight for the last time?

If you said yes to any of these questions Weight Loss for Busy Caregivers is for you. 

 

Included in the 8-week program (April 10th thru June 2nd) 

  • Accountability of weekly weigh-ins, checks in's, and questions via email. 

  • Weekly half-hour-long coaching calls with me via zoom calls. 

  • A weight loss plan that fits your lifestyle (custom macros if you choose)

  • Education on why you are overeating and how to prevent self-sabotage.

  • A Weight Loss for Busy Caregivers Success Guide with all my best tips.

  • Learn how to evaluate your progress emotion-free. 

  • Manage cravings with my proven formula.

  • You will understand the 5 Fundamentals of weight loss. 

  • Learn how to manage evenings out, events, or when life just gets crazy. 

I am on a mission to help break the cycle of caregivers becoming sick from weight-related illnesses.  

 

Did you know that caregivers are more likely to have a chronic illness than non-caregivers, namely high cholesterol, high blood pressure, weak immune system (hello COVID), and a tendency to be overweight? 

​Other programs only focus on food, mindset, or movement. This program incorporates all three things while keeping it simple because I know you are busy. 

You will learn sustainable changes that fit your crazy and unpredictable lifestyle. 

This program is simple but not easy. If it were, everyone would do it.

 

This program is for busy caregivers deciding to succeed for the last time. 

Together we will work on getting you the results you finally deserve while keeping things simple. 

 

I know right now it seems impossible, but you can lose weight, your brain fog can lift, and those feelings of anxiety and overwhelm do not need to be your primary emotions. 

 

Be warned, there is no room for perfection in this program.

 

I will not allow you to beat yourself up for eating something you felt was "bad." Mistakes are where the learning comes from! 

 

​This commitment is for you and you alone. I know it feels uncomfortable setting time aside for you, but I promise it will be worth it. 

 

You cannot wait any longer

 

I will be with you every step of the way. 

Wendy S. said that "having a coach keeps you focused on your goal." She said she is "more empowered to reach her goals with the information she has learned in this program."

Maria P.  said she is "so happy to no longer overeat in the evenings." 

 

I am so dedicated to your success that I guarantee you will lose weight or give you your money back. 

 

Thank you for taking the step forward and making your health a priority. I am SO excited about starting and cannot WAIT to see the amazing transformation you will make. 

Hurry and grab your spot. We are starting on April 10th.

How much are you willing to pay for lasting weight loss?

This 8-week program is $240.00 with a risk-free guarantee of your money back if you do not lose weight.* That is 30$ a week for 1:1 support from a coach! You cannot beat that price anywhere else on the internet. 

Now you have nothing to lose except weight!

Your success manual will be sent to your email address within 24-48 hours of your purchase. 

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*You must show proof of your food log, completed the weekly weigh in's, and attended 90% of the 1:1 zoom calls. 

Are you looking to go at it alone? Choose the custom macros option for $50.00. You will get your custom macros done personally by me within 48 hours of completing your questionnaire. 

This option will provide you with the macros you need to follow to lose weight. 

*Your macros will be calculated after you complete a questionnaire so I can assure you as much accuracy as possible. Please know your starting macros are not always your ending macros. That is where a coach can be valuable to help you make data-driven adjustments. No coaching is included in this option.*

m’s illness, not having my brother living with his family, the things my patients have to endure, and my caregiver client’s emotional pain.

Then there are long to-do lists, the kid's holiday break, two birthdays, friends you want to see, and organizing the perfect holiday while keeping traditions alive.

Oh, and don’t forget to eat healthily and exercise.

Today it all feels heavy.

So what do you do?

Well, I can tell you what I used to do.

I used to not pay attention to my feelings with keeping super busy, walking around with a victim mentality, and eating and drinking all the things.

Then I would blame my circumstances on not being able to keep up and gaining weight because it was the holiday season.

So what do I do now?

Today I feel my feelings.

  • I make room to feel sad, journal and cry.

  • Then I slow my day down. I remove what I can from my day, not add more in.

  • I do what I can to keep the day simple and allow for time to feel how I am feeling and allow it to move through me.

After all, they are all just feelings.

They can’t harm me if I allow space for them.

What harms me is when I try to push against them because I don’t want to feel them so I eat and drink instead.

Feel sad = eat Christmas cookies.

Feel rushed = eat fast food

Feel pressure = drink wine to relax

Now I know I can allow for those feelings to move through me and keep going anyway.

So today I will make space to feel.

Feel sad = cry and write about the feelings.

Feel rushed = Do only what has to be done so I have time to make food that nourishes me.

Feel pressure = Take a bath or shower and breathe.

Then I will allow my feelings to come along with me while we get the most important things done but I will not allow them to drive my whole day.

Agenda:

Coffee, journal, and cry

Water, back exercises, and 12 days of Fitmas

Christmas shop and wrap presents

Game of Thrones and eat an amazing salad.

Take a bath and put on clothes that make me feel good.

Leave space for quiet time while getting organized for the week.

For me, planning is the antidote for anxiety around the holidays.

P. S.

Want help with this process?

That is what Weight Loss for Busy Caregivers is all about.

Being a healthy caregiver is about more than just the food you eat. It is about managing your feelings and that takes practice.

Head over to theeverydaynurse.com to get your spot for the January group.

 

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