I’m running a FREE webinar on the evening of Wednesday the 10th of February, sharing a huge amount of information on how to make your healthy New Year’s Resolutions last all year long! Most of us start the year with the greatest of intentions, but don’t always follow through and make changes that are going to last. Join me for this hour packed full of vital information to help you get on track and stay there! With my years of naturopathic experience taking people from exhausted to energised, you will learn the secrets that healthy people use every day to maintain and improve their health.
Have You Given Up Already?
Every year people make New Year’s resolutions to improve their health, only to give up within the first few weeks of the year. Has this happened to you?
Change Needs To Be Realistic & Practical
One of the most common pitfalls is setting health goals that are nothing but vague ideas about eating better & exercising more. As you know, this is not enough to propel you towards the results you desire.
Small Changes Create Big Results
In this FREE webinar, you will learn practical tips, tools & strategies that will keep you on track & raise your level of health & vitality to new heights!
- The secrets to setting powerful health goals
- Simple solutions to keep you on track all year
- Tips and hints for organising your wholefoods pantry
- How to save time in the kitchen and still eat healthfully
- Shortcuts for busy people always on the go
- The best strategies for changing habits for life
- How to recognise what your health priorities are and how to address them
If you wonder how people find the time to be healthy within their busy lives, this webinar is for you!
Go to FREE Webinar: How To Make Your Healthy Resolutions Last! and register for this event today. Once you register you will be sent a link to the webinar, and email reminders will make sure that you don’t miss it!
I look forward to seeing you live and online very soon!
from Embracing Health | Holistic Healing & Lifestyle Blog http://www.embracinghealthblog.com/2016/01/28/free-webinar/