It’s Time to Learn How to ‘Do It All’ Without Letting Your Health Fall Apart
If you could paint a picture of your life, it might look like a tornado of “doing.”
Checking tasks, daily responsibilities, and more of your running, never-ending list. A swirl, a whirlwind, a storm of activity that feels chaotic and crazy-making.
- grab groceries for dinner
- schedule playdate for kids
- submit deck for new product launch to CMO
- birthday gift for mom
- deep clean the bathroom
- help sister with baby shower
Because of how in-demand you are — you’re also pulled in every direction. Which has your fight or flight response turned on from the moment you wake up in the morning.
Every single person’s request feels urgent– a fire to put out.
- Emails and texts are dinging with deadlines looming
- The kids are hungry (again!) and need you (again)
- Your presentation is due and last minute changes just came in
You can feel the adrenaline pumping through your veins, as you tackle it all. And even though it’s all sucking the life out of you – busyness is your comfort zone.
Because when you’re always doing and moving and creating and reacting, you feel productive and like you’re moving towards something, right?
But, if you’re really honest with yourself – you don’t ever feel like you get anywhere. Which means all that chaos isn’t efficient.
And it certainly isn’t helping you feel good and show up as the best version of yourself. In fact, it has you de-prioritizing your health and ignoring the signals your body is sending over and over.
The sluggish digestion, the bloating, the brain fog, dulling skin, the plain exhaustion you’ve been dealing with for months or even longer.
^^All of the above is calling out for your attention– for you to pause and reconnect to yourself more deeply and more intentionally.
Living on autopilot and mindlessly speeding through life without intention is costing you your health.
And your health is ALL you have to succeed and chase after your dreams in your career, family and life. Feeling like crap? It’s blocking your greatness.
Now, I know what you might be thinking… I’ll focus on my health when I get that promotion, or when I buy that dream house or when my kids are finally off to college.
Or maybe you’ve researched articles, followed health influencers, listened to podcasts and tried different methods and diet programs…
But nothing seems to really stick or work with your busy life. Who has time for this?
Even if you feel like nothing works and nothing makes “healthy” easier, I’m here to tell you that there is hope for effortless health. Yes, I said effortless.
Imagine a life where being healthy is intuitive and sustainable — not something you step into for summer swimsuit season, or when your symptoms flare up, but a way of life.
No yo-yoing in and out of diets. But feeling confident, strong and energized in your body because it comes naturally and you trust yourself!
Having the confidence to follow through on the boundaries you need to set. And instead of feeling overwhelmed and disorganized, you’ll feel grounded and in control.
All of this is possible for you.
As a Health Coach & Lifestyle Strategist I’ve made it my mission to help the busiest women on the planet create a healthy lifestyle that lasts…
Because chasing your goals should not be at the expense of your health.
Together we focus on a unique blend of ingredients to ensure this happens for you:
- real food nutrition
- a strategic approach for real life
It takes more than eating kale and or hitting the gym to achieve true health because our physical body, emotions and mind are all intertwined.
Learn more about how I can support you.
Esther is a health coach + lifestyle strategist who specializes in helping driven women with full plates overcome stress and burnout so that they can have the energy and vibrancy needed to chase after their big dreams. She is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and the Academy of Culinary Nutrition with honors. Her mission is to help women prioritize their wellness so that they can have the space and energy to live full and beautiful lives. Esther is a mom and lives in Westchester, NY with her husband, two boys and dog Winnie.