Forget About the Worry of Overeating this Holiday Season
The holidays are here and you are overwhelmed with all your guests coming, the cooking, the cleaning and of course the EATING! Does this sound familiar:
- You have so much to do to prepare, you are running around and don’t make time for meals. You grab what food you can when you can.
- You promise yourself you won’t eat those holiday cookies. But who are you fooling? You know you will. Once you eat one, you eat many.
- You tell yourself “It’s the holidays. I’m going to enjoy myself and just eat. I’ll deal with it on January 1st.”
I know how much you want to overcome stress eating.
Deep down in your heart and soul, you wish there was a way for you to learn how to manage the stress and overwhelm without eating. Actually, you wish you could better handle all that life throws your way so you aren’t overwhelmed.
There is a way!
You need a new strategy & support: you need to STRESS LESS/EAT LESS.
You will enjoy the holidays without overwhelm and without stress eating!
This is what we’ll cover in the 4 Modules:
Module 1 – Understanding Stress
You’ll get laser clear about the different types of stresses that you might experience, what causes you stress in your life, identifying how you feel cognitively, emotionally, behaviorally and physically when you are under stress and what your typical response is when you are feeling stressed.
You will learn the strategy that does NOT work and what does to effectively manage the stress and prevent weight gain.
Module 2 – Embrace a Calm Mindset
You’ll learn how to embrace a calmer mindset by learning the strategies that will assist you in tackling the stresses of daily living most efficiently.
You will learn 5 powerful strategies to help you shift from overwhelm and stress, to calm, cool and collected. You will learn how to increase mindfulness in your everyday life, how to make your to do lists work for you, not against you and the importance of an age-old practice to help you embrace a calm and healthier mindset.
Module 3 – Create Healthy Habits
You’ll learn how to create the healthy habits you need so you feel physically and mentally strong so you can resist overeating in times of stress.
You will learn 5 more strategies to help you create the healthy habits that empower you to walk away from the cookie jar. You will learn the key nutrients that improve cognitive health, and tips to drink away your stress (and no, I’m not talking about wine).
Module 4 – Take Positive Action
You’ll learn how to take positive action during times of stress and overwhelm. It’s not just enough to think about handling stress differently, or changing your habits, you actually have to DO it!
You will learn 2 additional powerful strategies to help you say NO to food when feeling stressed, and the 2 most important steps you need to take in the moment of stress and before turning to food. Because let’s face it. There will be times when we have unexpected stress and overwhelm and the last thing we want to do is fall back into the old habit of turning to food. So, this module will help you navigate these times.
Plus, these Bonuses – just for this Holiday Beat the Stress Special!
- Enrollment into the 4-week live Stress Less/Eat Less™ Program which starts Monday, November 30.
- Two LIVE Group Coaching Calls.
- Recordings of all calls so you can listen anytime.
- Access to a private Facebook group to share struggles and celebrate victories.
- Holiday Menu & Recipe Book
- Calm Mindset, Healthy Habits Checklist to keep these strategies top of mind so you can implement them every day.
- My Time Tracker to track where you’re spending most of your time so you can assess if changes are needed so you can become more productive and less overwhelmed.
- Alternate Activities Worksheet to track your stress events and responses and assist with nonfood related activities that you can turn to.
- 10 Stress Eating Distractors to choose from to create your own Alternate Activities Toolbox.
- Food Planning and Shopping Guide to help you prepare and enjoy foods that you love with less stress.
“Now, after working through Bonnie’s strategies, I have other ways to cope with my emotions without turning to food.”
“Before taking Bonnie’s course, I had a love hate relationship with food. I would “watch” myself with reason but every time I was stressed or bored I would turn to food. Now, after working through Bonnie’s strategies, I have other ways to cope with my emotions. Recently I was faced with an extremely stressful situation that would have, in the past, resulted in me eating a gallon of ice cream. I realized how much I changed when I didn’t even feel the “need” for ice cream. I dealt with the situation without turning to food. Thank you Bonnie.” -Malky
“Bonnie takes the thoughts and responses to stress that we all have and organizes it in such a way that empowers a person!”
“Bonnie’s program is absolutely fantastic! I have never had so many “aha” moments! Bonnie takes the thoughts and responses to stress that we all have and organizes it in such a way that empowers a person! Purchasing this program gave me the skills I needed to address the many stresses in my life as a full time working mom without constantly feeling that ‘I need chocolate.’ I recommend this program to any person who has any kind of stress in their life.” -Sarah
“I have given up so many negative practices standing in my way thanks to Bonnie and this program.”
“The Stress Less Eat Less Program has deepened my understanding of what’s causing my stress and how to reduce it. I got a lot out of this program and really applied the practices and insights from all the modules. I have given up so many negative practices standing in my way thanks to Bonnie and this program. The Stress Less Eat Less Program™ has led me to trust Bonnie to the point of committing to work with her one-on-one in her intuitive eating program. She is a highly effective and caring coach.” ~Suzanna V.
Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to accurately represent this program and its potential. Each individual’s success depends on his or her background, dedication, motivation and desire. The information in this program is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice or the care of a physician. Do not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease. If you suspect you have a health problem, please contact your health care provider.