30 Day Clean-ish Detox
Reboot Your Body, Replenish Your Mind and Spirit
Kickoff Call on Monday, January 15th!
Spend 30 days establishing a lifestyle full of superfoods, antioxidants, and delicious, filling recipe ideas. Reconnect and ground yourself in an effort to start 2018 off feeling better than you ever have before.
For 30 days you will remove processed foods, fast foods, soft drinks, sugar and alcohol from your diet.
You will eat fresh, whole foods with an emphasis on fruits, vegetables and plant based meals.
By the end of the month you will reduce inflammation, lose weight and feel an overall sense of wellness and rejuvenation.
In 30 days you will:
See the value of cooking at home
Be committed to moving your body regularly
Become clear on which areas of your life need time and attention
Manage day-to-day challenges without freaking out
Live in more balance than before, with an attitude of positivity
Reset your perfection mindset
Find your THRIVE zone
5 Live calls, starting Monday, January 15th at 7 pm EST
Private Facebook group for sharing and connecting
One private 30-minute call with Susan
I am finally making lifestyle changes that will actually stick.
“I have been working with Susan for about six weeks now. During this time, she has helped me make several small changes that have helped me to eat better and feel better about myself. But I think the biggest transformation that has come about as the result of our coaching sessions has been a shift in my thinking regarding food. I have gained and lost weight (mostly gained) all my life. My biggest obstacle has not been a lack of knowledge, it has been a lack of consistency. I’ll do really well for a while, but if I mess up just once, I tend to throw in the towel. Then I feel bad about myself for a while until my feeling bad prompts me to start again. Susan helped me see that this all-or-nothing mentality is thwarting my efforts at making lasting change. When I, for whatever reason, eat something that I shouldn’t eat, she will tell me, ‘Let it go and do better today.’
She has taught me that it’s okay to eat the things I love in moderation, but that I have to be intentional about it and control what I eat instead of letting what I eat (or the emotions behind it) control me. It’s great to be able to plan for an indulgence, but it’s not great when I indulge in something unhealthy for emotional reasons. Holding me accountable, and asking me questions that lead me to dig deeper about why I make bad choices, has had a huge impact on the way I view and live a healthy lifestyle.
It is uncomfortable sometimes to be honest about what I’ve eaten, especially when it hasn’t been so good. But the results are well worth the discomfort. Since beginning my coaching with Susan, I have lost 13 pounds! But more importantly, I feel like I am finally making lifestyle changes that will actually stick. I am learning to plan ahead, to be intentional about my indulgences, and to shift my focus when I’m tempted to make bad choices. I feel like I am finally on the right path and I have never felt more in control. I can’t recommend Susan’s coaching sessions and her practical approach to clean eating highly enough!”
– Margo Holder
I have never been physically huge, but I’ve ALWAYS struggled with my self image. In my family, thin was a way of life. My mom berated my dad when he became overweight and shamed him with the candy wrappers she found in his car. My oldest sister struggled with her weight until adulthood. My other sister was bulimic and she passed away in her 40’s. I have always loved to eat, (just like my dad), and also suffer from hypoglycemia when my blood sugar drops causing true “hanger” (hunger + anger) since way before that was a thing.
Starting in my twenties I bounced from one new diet to the next. Atkins, South beach, Suzanne Somers, Weight Watchers, The Whole30, Paleo and everything in between!!! I’ve never lasted. I was often motivated yet lacked what I thought was “will power”. I’d lose a few pounds, then cheat as a reward…before I knew it I was eating Cheetos and Costco hot dogs. Seriously! I was raised with an awareness of healthy eating, however more processed and fast foods than I considered healthy had snuck their way onto my plate.
My big awakening came when I was simultaneously taking a nutrition class, and working out with a trainer at the gym. I told the trainer I’d like to lose a few. She sent me her version of what I call a starvation diet. It was then that I had my “aha” moment! I refused to start another plan that I was doomed to fail. I decided to take matters into my own hands. I already knew so much about nutrition, portion control, and clean eating from years of personal research, trial and error. I already had a lot of experience with cooking having graduated from culinary school in the 90’s. I decided to weave the pieces together that made the most intuitive sense to me. Clean-ish Living became the core of how I cook and eat and has irrefutably changed my relationship with food forever.