The Lenten season begins March 1st this year and is observed by Catholics and many Christians around the globe. Lent means "spring" or "new birth" and is the 40 days between Ash Wednesday and Holy Thursday before Easter, and is a time to reflect and make positive changes in our lives through prayer, fasting and charity.
No matter what your spiritual belief, spring is a time to start fresh. The sun comes out, we tend to feel better and we are compelled to clean house…whether literally or internally. And, if your plan includes some form of dieting, health makeover, or giving something up for 40 days, consider approaching it differently this year. Turn your 40-day sacrifice into the beginning of sustainable change that does not end on April 13th. Dream big and focus on what you want for yourself in this life and create a clear vision. Set and achieve behavioral weekly goals that drive you toward a more purposeful, happier and healthier life.
My book, Ditch the Diets: It’s Not All About the Food is available March 1, 2017, on Amazon. It is for anybody contemplating healthy change and needs clarity and direction. I offer the secret to closing the gap between where you are today and where you want to be. It starts with you, your beliefs and telling yourself the right story. It helps to know the difference between dieting truths and myths and between good nutrition advice and food industry miracle marketing. In addition, I highlight life’s most important treasures such as your relationships and help you frame your reality so you can create a clear vision and live the life you have imagined.
If you’d like to purchase it for delivery on or before March 1, 2017, and receive your complimentary Healthy Weight Success Journal, please visit www.healthinspires.com and order by tomorrow, February 20th.
Make this season your Spring Renewal That Lasts a Lifetime.
My passion and purpose is helping people reach their full potential and master their wellbeing.
Disclosure: Always consult with your physician or other qualified health care provider before beginning any diet or exercise program and ask whether you are healthy enough to engage in a diet and exercise program. Never disregard, avoid or delay in obtaining medical advice from your doctor or other qualified health care provider concerning your overall health and wellness, including your physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem or condition, please contact a qualified health care professional immediately. It is your choice to follow the suggestions, opinions and advice given by a Health Inspires wellness coach.