Cranachan (a dessert made of oats, cream, raspberries and a tad a of whisky)

Cranachan is a traditional Scottish dessert that I (Lou) have been eating for as long as I can remember.It was originally a summer pudding, and is now often served as the pudding at Burn’s suppers. Burn’s night (25th January) is the celebration of the life and poetry of Robert (Rabbie) Burns.  Traditional fare includes Cock-a-leekie […]

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Challenge Finishers Check In

It happens at the end of every challenge.I scan our Secret Facebook and my face lights up from stories of people who did it. The results, the personal insights, and the victories.Regular people who 30 days earlier were sitting in the unknown about taking a 30 Days Sugar Free Challenge, now on the other side […]

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The Emotional Side of Sugar Addiction

I just caught this post from a woman on Day 10 of her challenge who is already learning about the emotional connection to her sugar addiction. I’ve seen this awareness from alumni of the challenge – but never on Day 10. And that got me thinking…Are We Missing the White Elephant in the Room When it Comes to […]

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The Time and Space to Quit Sugar

I was just looking through our Secret Facebook Group – my favorite place on the internet for tuning in with people who are being real about their life and relationship to sugar.I saw this post:Then something occurred to me – how many different versions of Day 1 have I been lucky enough to witness since […]

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Sugar Free Confidence? It Starts with Commitment

Have you ever started anything with 100% confidence that you’d succeed? I sure haven’t.Parenting? Walking? Marriage? Going 30 days sugar free? Nope.Typically we start with a commitment, and let the confidence build.I just made this 2-minute video and I know it will help you see the folly in waiting until you feel ‘ready’ to make […]

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Quit Sugar? You Might Be Overthinking It

A couple thousand people have come through the doors of 30 Days Sugar Free.Some thought about it for days. Some for week. Others continue to pull a hard left at the mere mention of our name. They’ve been thinking about it for years.And here’s the problem with over-thinking the decision about doing 30 Days Sugar Free: there […]

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These Ladies Are Unstable!

After 3+ years without any added sugar in my diet, I know the importance of being able to laugh at my dietary choice.While many think it’s insane that I choose abstinence over moderation (that never worked for me!), I think it crazy that people eat sugar all day long and wonder why they are tired, […]

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Channel Your Inner Toddler

At my nephew’s first birthday party, I watched his determination when walking and realised that failure isn’t the same big deal for the very young. In fact it’s part of getting what they want and learning to do things.Can you imagine what would happen if our babies and toddlers have up trying to walk the […]

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Who Else Wants a Better Second Half of 2015?

Join Us on July 1st for 30 Days Sugar Free

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6 – 8 Cokes a Day to 30+ Days Sugar Free – Alumni Interview

I LOVE meeting the alumni of 30 Days Sugar Free – especially people like Jeannea (“pronounced Gina – thanks, mom!”) who came so far and is playing so big.On the day of this interview she was 39 days into the challenge and she speaks honestly about the transformation, challenges, and results – all with an […]

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