Gorgeous for Good – Because It’s Time for Me

Those of you who have been long time readers here know that for the last year or two I have been physically and mentally tapped out. There has always been somebody else to take care of, and the consistency with which I have put myself last finally broke me last year when my body went haywire and I developed a panic disorder…

So when Sophie Uliano reached out to me about a thirty day program she wanted me to try that’s designed to get my body looking and feeling it’s best…

Well, I’d like to say I jumped up and down with a firm “Yes”…

In actuality I thought about it long and hard and almost talked myself out of it… because it’s still a challenge for me to adopt the mindset of caring for myself and not feeling guilty about it.

However, I eventually listened to the smart but quiet voice in my head – the one that told me my family was depending more on me getting healthy and feeling great than they were depending on my sacrifices.

Sophie’s book is called Gorgeous for Good. It comes out in April, but is available for preorder now. I’ll be changing how I treat my skin, super cleaning my diet, focusing on finding mind-body balance, and exercising almost every day.

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Sophie really does try to ease you into the program day by day… but there are still some definite challenges for me. I’m almost a week into it right now.

You can see my first video update below.

You can also read more about the Gorgeous for Good program here.

Don’t forget to subscribe to my channel for weekly updates on how I’m doing with Gorgeous for Good, and follow me on facebook, twitter, and instagram for daily peeks into my whole food/plant-based diet, as well as general awesomeness.

Hold on to your hats, folks!

Serious self care in progress:



3 responses to “Gorgeous for Good – Because It’s Time for Me”

  1. Jacqui says:

    i admire your vulnerability, Jenni! That’s one of my goals for the year…
    I’ll follow you on your thirty day journey, and will most likely follow you by doing it myself, too!

  2. Sandra says:

    I admire your conviction. I struggle with getting a new haircut. A change of lifestyle, although a bold, healthy move, is still a change of lifestyle. wishing you much success.

  3. Amanda says:

    Oh, I am so excited to follow you on this journey. I imagine that from this early vantage it looks one way, but oh how I know you’ll find amazing things.


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