Ok, poll time. Are you a busy person? Do you constantly think there aren’t enough hours in the day? Do you feel like your food choices sometimes aren’t the best when you’re feeling overwhelmed or stressed? Well do I have the book for you!
Do I sound like a cheesy salesperson yet? Ha! I’m just trying to express some excitement over a wonderful new ebook from my friend Shannon over at Skinny Sometimes: A Busy Girl’s Guide to Happy Eating.
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The Busy Girl’s Guide To Happy Eating is a step-by-step, six-week guide to help you quickly prep breakfast and lunch for a busy week plus set aside a little time for yourself.
It’s not about counting calories or obsessing over meals. It’s about being organized and having healthy, delicious foods readily available so that you can focus on leading a healthy, happy life!
So what’s included in the guide? A lot of goodness, that’s what!
You’ll get a weekly menu, shopping list, prep guide and a leftover guide. The guide is meant for one person, so it’s perfect for busy moms and girls on-the-go who want to eat healthy meals. There are also 20 breakfast and lunch recipes (plus snack ideas) to choose from, but Shannon makes it easy by dividing them up into the 6 weeks. Don’t worry! You won’t be making 20 recipes at once!
Each week also comes with a theme to help you learn how to be your best you:
- Week One – Self-Expression
- Week Two – Confidence
- Week Three – Beauty
- Week Four – Focus
- Week Five – Relax
- Week Six – Celebrate
You’ll get affirmation flashcards and daily self-care activities to help you with each theme.
At the end of the six week program, you’ll be more organized with your weekday meals, eat less processed foods and have learned new activities to help you be your best you.
So why take advice from Shannon? Because home girl knows what she’s talking about and practices what she preaches. Shannon used to work 80+ hour work weeks (not including her hour+ commute each way). Needless to say, she quickly became unhappy. She began putting a little prep work into creating breakfasts and lunches to bring to work just so she could sleep a little longer each morning. On top of those 80 hour work weeks, she go engaged, bought a house, and was helping her father, who had just been diagnoses with ALS. A meltdown ensued (can you blame her?), which led her to emotional eating and finally to a therapist. Finally, she realized the importance of mental health and self-care and started to make some healthy changes. Now she’s happier and healthier than ever and is sharing the love (and knowledge) in A Busy Girl’s Guide to Happy Eating!
Are you ready to get to reading and eating happy? You can purchase A Busy Girl’s Guide to Happy Eating here. For $25, you’ll get access to the digital download which includes nine printable PDF files. Pretty. Sweet. Deal! Get your copy and make 2015 healthier, happier, and totally awesome!
Do you believe being organized is key to leaving a healthy lifestyle?
Have you ever tried doing daily affirmations?
Any questions about the guide? Shoot ’em on over!