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Holiday Tips, Tricks and Trackers--How to THRIVE

(not just Survive!) During the Holidays Without Going Way Off the Rails...and STILL Have Fun!

No one wants the gift of Regret, that’s right, capital R.

Regret has 2 definitions:

  1. (verb) feel sad, repentant, or disappointed over (something that has happened or been done, especially a loss or missed opportunity).
  2. (noun) a feeling of sadness, repentance, or disappointment over something that has happened or been done.

 

I have personally spent way too many holiday aftermaths both experiencing the verb of regret and feeling the weight of the noun of regret.

It’s time to say enough is enough.

Did you miss the all NEW webinar: Getting Through the Holidays Vibrantly? Grab the replay here—–>

We need a simple food plan ...

so we don’t have to get caught in our busyness without good food (got that right here) and some tips and tricks to keep the wheels on the bus!

The holidays mean we’re off-kilter a wee bit–our schedules shift and change to meet the demands of our lives AND those of our family’s too.

If you’ve been with me awhile you totally get it with the food, especially if you’re a seasoned Sprinter. 

But as you know the holidays offer up all kinds of food obstacles and challenges, so with that said–you’re going to LOVE the ideas in the Holiday Cheerz Plan to keep you from throwing yourself too the holiday buffet table and chewing through it like a termite!

Holiday Cheerz Plan
$17.00
unlimited downloads
Take Back Your Life Journal
Starting at $37.00
per journal (includes the Holiday Cheerz Plan!)
Basic Sprint Kit
Starting at $159.00
per kit (includes the Holiday Cheerz Plan!)

Did you miss the all NEW webinar: Getting Through the Holidays Vibrantly? Grab the replay here—–>

About Leanne

Leanne Ely is a New York Times bestselling author and the creator of the original menu planning website, SavingDinner.com, now online for over 20 years.

A nutritionist since 1993, Leanne cares deeply for her audience. Through her own personal journey, she has taken herself out of the kitchen and into her audience’s daily lives to encourage them to live their most vibrant lives, heart, mind, body and soul.

Her current show, The Daily Dish, airs daily (except Sundays) on the Saving Dinner Facebook page.

She has been featured in Woman’s Day, Parents, Redbook, Women’s World, Self and Shape magazines to name a few. Leanne has also been featured in the Chicago Tribune, New York Times, Boston Globe, St. Petersburg Times, Orange County Register—and dozens of other major newspapers.