The Holiday Lift, not a diet
Gently soften food anxiety and enjoy the season
The holidays – with their extra activity and busyness can bring up strong emotions. The focus on family and connection may exacerbate feelings of pressure, tension, or overwhelm. You may in turn feel extra anxiety about food.
Your stress response can appear as worrying about following the "right" diet. You may fixate on what you should or shouldn't be eating, vigilantly needing to feel in control with sugar.
Just describing it feels burdensome, tense, and painful. Yuck.
You don't have to try so hard
There's an alternative. Imagine a holiday season where you didn't feel this pressure to fix or control yourself to be "good" with food.
Who could you be without worrying about falling off the wagon, obsessing about being sugar free, or being “good” with food? How might your holiday season feel different?
Shift your focus and soften
Instead of a focus on behavior – eating a certain way – we'll focus on what can actually soften the anxiety and obsession with food, what really fosters transformation, and what can birth new life.
Your relationship with food and sugar can feel more nourishing and less anxious – even during the holidays. Then the tension about getting it right "lifts." The obsession to control or manage food softens.
There are no class times to meet or miss. No diet. No homework. No achievement challenge. Just daily nourishment.
Acclaimed for its ability to open your eyes to new ways of seeing and being around food, the Holiday Lift is a support and salve to you over 30 days.