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Yes, you feel tired.
It’s not a big deal.
Everyone is tired.
Life is so busy, it’s normal to be tired.
But you’ve been tired for a long time.
It didn’t used to be like this.
You used to have energy to do everything you wanted to do.
Now there are days when you walk around like a zombie.
Where did things go off track?
You skip meals.
You hardly sleep.
You put everyone else first.
There is so much on your shoulders, every day. You can’t slow down. You can’t stop.
You won’t stop.
You can’t stop.
I was just like you. I was a hard working lawyer, on my feet in court every day, fighting for the rights of children.
Although I was tired, I felt responsible for each of those kids so I just kept working harder.
Always fighting, always pushing.
Then (for fun!) I opened up an art gallery, which meant more responsibility, endless demands and very late nights.
I was totally sleep deprived.
I remember going to my car at my lunch break and sleeping, instead of eating, and then, later in the afternoon, being so hungry I would grab the first food I could find in the break room, usually muffins or cookies to quiet my growling stomach.
I remember the conversations I used to have with myself:
just one more month like this.
ome on, you can keep going, you’re strong, just keep going”….Instead of slowing down, I pushed harder and in the next 4 years, I wrote and published 3 books.
I took care of my wonderful family, my amazing friends, my neighbors, my dogs, but never myself. I let deadlines and due dates and clients and my to-do list drain the last drops of my energy.
I pushed myself past my limits.
And then I pushed more.
And then, finally, I crashed.
I couldn’t stand up.
I had excruciating pain in every joint in my body, that squeezed me and made me cry out in my sleep from the piercing agony.
And I had crushing fatigue that made me feel like I was made of lead and kept me pinned to my bed.
I had said to myself it was “out of nowhere.”
But it wasn’t.
It was the result of decades of empty food, inadequate sleep, and no tools to reduce stress and keep my energy balanced.
I had burned myself out.
The next 7 years of my life were filled with my wheelchair, hospitals in Switzerland, Mexico, New York and California, searching for a cure, trying conventional treatments, alternative treatments, experimental treatments, anything I could find.
The doctors finally started calling my condition, “Exhaustion,” and gave me the official diagnosis “Fatigue.”
I received a prescription for “Rest.”
And that is when I knew…I had gotten myself into exhaustion and it was going to be up to me to get myself out.
I studied everything I could.
I read non-stop. I learned all about food as medicine. I tried an anti-inflammatory diet. I tried being vegan. I even did an 18-month juice fast to heal my digestive system. Yup, I’m hardcore.
When my efforts starting working, and I was finally well enough, I went back to school and got my certification as a Nutritionist, so I could learn the underlying science of food and how to turn food into edible energy.
I discovered the importance of deep sleep and I created daily practices and routines to make sleep and rest a priority.
I learned how to consistently and effectively manage my stress levels to keep my energy balanced and abundant.
Nowadays, I use my energy to help exhausted women increase their energy. Because I’ve lived through it all, I know
which techniques work, which ones are a waste of time, and which ones really make a difference.
I’ve created a simple 3 step system to help you quickly and efficiently reclaim YOUR energy.
Wait until you see how much easier your whole life will become, once you have enough energy to live it!
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