It’s a Win Win


Each new year we are presented with new challenges, new opportunities, and new seasons.  Praise God!

The bible says, “But HE has given proof of what HE is like. HE has shown kindness by giving you rain from heaven. HE gives you crops in their seasons. HE provides you with plenty of food. HE fills your hearts with joy.”  Act. 14:17 (NIRV)

Well, God has sure proven Himself to be a real, loving, and providing Father around here over the years!

……and He continues to do so.

See, I was raised by a mother who was raised on a farm.  She then went on to college and majored in Home Economics. (Can you even do that anymore?)  Anyway, she had skills, experience, and wasn’t afraid to ‘change up’ a recipe. (win/win for me!) So I’ve always been in a kitchen girl, aka. “foodie”,  learning and experimenting.

I was also raised by a mother who firmly believes in God and that He has a purpose for everything!  (again, win/win for me!) J

So, after I got married and our family began to grow, and boy, did it grow…..  ;o)  I was blessed to have the motivation, fearlessness, and skills to cook and bake from scratch.  I have doubled, tripled, and quadrupled recipes on many occasions.  I have ‘replaced’ and ‘substituted’ ingredients that I’m not sure I should have, but it worked and everybody’s alive.  J  I love trying new foods, I love meal planning, and I love cooking with REAL food!  J

Good thing!

When our son got diagnosed with leukemia, one of the first things I did was find out how I could cook more healthy and healing foods for him so that he could not only survive, but thrive.  I also wanted to provide the rest of my family with foods that would strengthen them so they could fight off any horrific diseases that they too may encounter.

In my studies, which were COUNTLESS hours on the internet, in books, asking nutritionists and naturopaths many questions, I decided to go to school to learn even more.  I mean, I was the mother of 8 children, one receiving treatment for leukemia, I had time……………. :o\

I became a Certified Holistic Health Coach and I continue to study and learn every single day.  *My family can confirm,….they think I’m weird.  Shhh!

Well,… Momma said, “God has a reason for everything.”  This new year brings our family a new challenge. (cuz we were bored ya know)

We have learned that some of us have been suffering the side effects of Celiac disease for quite some time.  We thought it was other things or individual issues, but no.  The range of symptoms caused by Celiacs disease vary widely, and person to person.

What does that mean?

That means that although I have experimented and enjoyed gluten-free recipes and foods in the past, I now have to completely convert my family of 10 to a completely gluten-free diet.  Yep, you heard right.  The best (and easiest) way to handle the situation, is to make our home gluten-free.

OR,…..I could become a stay-at-home short-order-cook and make some gluten-free foods for some people, and regular foods for others.  No thanks.

One of our little ones said, “do we ALL have to go GLUTTON FREE?”    Despite the faux pas, “Yes” I answered.

So, what does this mean for this blog?

Well, it means that I will be posting more frequently as I journal my way through this AND it means that EVERYONE who reads this blog will still be able to eat and enjoy all of the recipes.  This shouldn’t seclude anyone, but if anything, bring in more readers. Woohoo!  (win/win)  ;o)

The great news for any of you interested in losing weight and not following a glutton-free gluten-free diet, is that if you choose to follow closely, you’ll probably lose a few pounds.  (……yep, win/win AGAIN)  J

Now, this will be a learning experience as well as a ‘fun’ journey, I’m determined.  Remember our verse at the beginning?  ;o)  I think I’ll post it on our fridge.

I hope you’ll come along for the ride and invite your friends to come too!

Keepin’ it real,


Harvest Soup

10 cups cooked butternut squash

1 firm apple (I used a gala) finely diced

1 yellow onion finely diced

1 T extra virgin olive oil

1 quart chicken stock (I used homemade)

1 can coconut milk (I use regular, never light)

2 T curry powder (or to your taste)

Salt and pepper to taste

**I roasted the squash in the oven and scooped it out.  At this point, you can store it in the refrigerator or freezer and use it when you want.

Saute the diced onion and apple in the extra virgin olive oil for 4 minutes.

Add all of the chicken stock and simmer for 10 minutes.

Then, add your cooked squash and all of your seasonings; simmer for 15 minutes.

Add 1 full can of coconut milk and if you would like a VERY creamy soup, use an immersion blender until creamy.

Enjoy!  🙂

Truth be told

Howdy yall! 😉


I hope wherever you are, Spring has sprung! Here in New Hampshire, things are melting slowly and steadily. The robins are singing, the grass can now be seen (even though it’s not green yet), and my ducks are thrilled to have worms, dirt and their pool back. 🙂

Some time back, I told you I’d share why I didn’t write for a while, a long while. There are many reasons I was unable to write, and there was also a reason I chose not to write. Truth be told, I was embarrassed to share with you what was going on. I know I shouldn’t be, but I was. As a Certified Health Coach, I want to encourage you. I want to share with you so you can avoid the mistakes I’ve made. I want you to trust me and know that while I’m not a doctor, I might be able to help you in some way. The way I was feeling on some days (physically), the negative self talk pattern I fell into, and the guilt for both of those,…..well, I lost my perspective.

I know I’m not perfect. I know YOU know I’m not perfect. I know, life is a journey, NOT a destination. Yet, I lost my perspective.

For now, I will share what I learned in the last year or so, and a little bit about what has evolved in our home, I can expand later.


My favorite highlights were that we hosted our oldest daughter’s bridal shower (our first daughter, child for that matter, to begin this part of their life’s journey).  Then, shortly after, we were attending and celebrating this same daughter’s college graduation! Then, we were blessed with welcoming our new son (in-law) into our family.   Woohoo! I cannot express the bursts of overwhelming joy and blessings we experienced in that whirlwind of a week. Yes, in one week we celebrated her graduation and hosted her wedding ….. in two different states!  We got to see family members that we had not seen in years! We gained a son! We watched and experienced God’s blessings as He joined two families together as one and created a new family as they said their vows.  Oh how my heart melts just thinking back to those moments. *sigh*

However, as life goes, there were also some “not-so-fun” moments in the last year or so.  I was officially diagnosed with Sjogren’s syndrome, secondary to Lupus. Booooo!  Our then 15-year-old daughter, who has been eating a gluten-free diet for a few years now but was still experiencing some disturbing symptoms, was found to have several food sensitivities/intolerances.  Because being 15 isn’t challenging enough, we’ve had to remove corn, soy, dairy, and eggs from her diet. Again, boooooo! Definitely not fun, and definitely a challenge. But, we took it head on! 😉

Now, big question! “What did I learn through all of this?” Answer, “A LOT”! I mean, how could I go through all of that and not learn anything?!

While you may not be able to identify with my season of life right now, having a child get married, you might be able to identify with something else that I’ve experienced. Do you or someone you live with have food allergies, sensitivities or intolerances? Do you or someone you know have an autoimmune disorder? Do you ever get overwhelmed? Do you sometimes need someone to just come alongside you and tell you that everything is okay? Who doesn’t?

The reality is that you and I are all on our own journeys, but we can all benefit and learn from each other.

As we experienced our highs and our lows in all of this, I was reminded of one thing, over and over.


It’s all how we look at things.

I can choose to focus on all of the challenges we experienced, my surgery, the stress that came with it all……..




I can choose to focus on all of the blessings that have come from learning to wait, learning how to plan a bridal shower and wedding, learning how to cook for someone who has food issues, learning what resources are available to both me, and you!

What are you facing today? What are you focusing on? What can you learn from my experiences and/or yours?

I will now fill my mug with something warm and comforting, I will get comfortable, and I will pray that whatever you’re going through, you will share it with others. Share your burdens.  Share your joys. Sharing your experiences with others can help you gain perspective. Sharing your experiences might help someone else and even bless you in the process!

Keepin’ it real,

Elena  🙂


What a week it’s been!

Getting back into routines after a holiday break is always a little bit of a challenge. We are sleepers. So, when it’s time to get back to the rat race, these rats stru-ggle. We would much rather stay warm and cozy in bed than to get up early and head out of the house with temperatures that are single digits. Brrr!  The kids check the “snow day calculator” on a regular basis while praying for a blizzard to come so they can get a snow day. Gotta love the optimism. 😉

Well, getting back to school means this momma is back to packing lunches and making sure there is plenty of yummy snacks available for after school. Things need to be quick, portable, and car-ride friendly.

If you follow me on instagram, you’ll see that I posted my version of Lara Bars. My kids like me to shape them into balls because it’s more fun to eat when you can pop them in your mouth. They are like little balls of energy. I find comfort in the fact that I know every ingredient that went into them. They go great with my first cup of coffee in the morning and pack well in lunch boxes.

This week, I made three flavors; Choo-coco, Express yo-self, and N’apple cinnamon. 🙂  I literally put all of the ingredients in the food processor and go! Once the nuts are broken down and all of the ingredients are blended well enough, I simply start rolling and place them on parchment paper on a cookie sheet. My kids like them after they’ve been in the refrigerator and the coconut oil adds just the right amount of ‘glue’ (and healthy fats) that they will hold together well once packed for travel.

We hope you enjoy them as much as we do.


2 cups pitted dates

1 cup unsweetened shredded coconut

1 cup almonds

1 tsp pure vanilla extract

4 teaspoons cocao powder

4 teaspoons melted coconut oil

Dash of salt (optional)



2 cups filberts

1 cup sliced almonds

2 cups dates

2 teaspoons vanilla

6 teaspoons melted coco oil

3 teaspoons cocao powder

2 teaspoons expresso powder

Dash of salt (optional)



2 cups walnuts

2 cups dates

2 cups golden raisins

2 tablespoons cinnamon

Dash of salt (optional) 

*this one tastes like the apple pie Lara bar, minus the apples of course 😉


What are your favorite flavors? Let’s figure out how to make it at home and save you some cash this year! 😉

Keepin’ it real,

Elena 🙂

Welcome to 2017!


I have missed y’all and I am honored to be here, to share my life experiences and be on this journey with you!

In the next few weeks, I’ll be giving you some backstory as to why I haven’t written in a while. Let me assure you, it’s not because I didn’t want to. My desire was there, but ‘life happens’. I’m excited to be back at my keyboard and share my experiences that might help you understand where I’m coming from when I say, “it’s all about progress, NOT perfection”. And,…..I am hoping that my experiences will encourage and support you in your journey.

Did you make a New Year’s Resolution? In case you didn’t know, I don’t make those. BUT, …. There’s always a but huh?  I do use the beginning of the new year as a fresh start as I like things organized and sequential. So, every year, my husband and I sit down and go over the year that is ending and review things. We go over the goals we had set for the year, which include categories such as: family, health, personal goals, spiritual, physical, etc. and we make adjustments, give ourselves a little pat on the back (or a hand slap when necessary) and make new goals for the new year! In addition, I personally choose a word or phrase that will guide me as I make decisions. This year’s phrase is “kindness and purpose”. I want to be more thoughtful about my words to be sure that even when I need to give a little ‘tough love’, I’m kind about it, that sort of thing. Purpose, …. Well, I don’t want to waste time. I want to be sure there is a purpose for my actions, my words, my reason to purchase or purge something, and to help make the world around me a better place.

Whatever you do, or choose to call it, just remember, you’re not alone. And, when March rolls around, remember that even if you have made a few ‘oopsies’, you can still get back on track and give it another go! 🙂 It’s all about progress, NOT perfection. (Especially if you are looking to make some lasting changes.)

Praying you have a great day, and always,…..keepin’ it real, 

Elena 😉

A letter from me to YOU!

Today’s post is a letter I wrote to myself long ago that I thought I’d share with all of you.  I hope you’ll appreciate it for what it’s worth and perhaps take one little nugget of wisdom from it.

You should know that I wrote this to myself when I was really suffering with my fibromyalgia, feeling a little bloated, and really annoyed with my psoriasis.  I was already a Certified Health Coach and was feeling like a total failure for not having already “fixed” myself.  Since that time,….I’ve taken my own words to heart and seen wonderful results!

I pray that you will too!  😉

Dear Self,

What is a “diet”?

According to Miriam Webster, the definition of the word ‘diet’ is:

a :  food and drink regularly provided or consumed

b :  habitual nourishment

c :  the kind and amount of food prescribed for a person or animal for a special reason

d :  a regimen of eating and drinking sparingly so as to reduce one’s weight <going on a diet>

I hope you’ll notice that it isn’t until “d” where you see anything about ‘reducing one’s weight’.

“You go Miriam!”  😉

To me, a diet is “a” through “c”.  So please keep that in mind as you read.


How do you know if you are choosing the right “diet” for YOU?

As a Certified Holistic Health Coach, let me assure you,….NO doctor, NO health coach, NO fitness trainer, NO ONE can tell you what diet is best for you except YOU!

How can that be?!  There are thousands of testimonies all over the internet of people who have achieved amazing (and instant) results and they look like models! Accept yourself.

Well, YOU know YOUR body BEST!

Every ‘expert’ on the planet can give you their theory as to which diet will work best for you, and they can speak to their own experience, but NOT ONE OF THEM can tell you which would work best for you!

Now, that is not to say that they might be right in their advice, but really, you need to try for yourself and learn to listen to your body.

What works for one person does not always work for another; even if their situations seem ‘exactly’ the same.

Yes, that means I am saying:

… “in order to LOSE weight, it is NOT as simple as ‘you must burn more calories that you take in’”

… “milk is NOT bad for everyone”

… “some people should eat carbs, and plenty of them”

…”EAT FAT,….LOTS of GOOD fat!!”

That also means that I am saying, “DO NOT take ONLY my word for it”.

Do your homework!

Be willing to make the time and if needed, sacrifice,  to get to know your body.  It’s an investment worth making! Love yourself.

Each and every one of us was created uniquely and perfectly, in order for each one of us to be exactly who we are.

Therefore, it is IMPOSSIBLE for all of us to follow the exact same diet and be the best ‘we’ can be.

My job as a Health Coach is to help you find out what works best, for YOU!  I use a combination of research, education, and experience to formulate and listen to what will work best for YOU! I do NOT know everything nor will I claim to know everything. There are many other wonderful health coaches out there, and guess what?!  They don’t know everything either! (If they claim a “one size fits all”,…RUN!)

You were not born instantaneously.  You were created and crafted, slowly and perfectly over a nine-month period.  Then, you were introduced to a big, beautiful, imperfect world.  BANG!  The perfect environment for your body was changed and affected by everything around it.

Therefore, you must be willing to put in time and effort, and a lot of patience and perseverance in order to achieve the health/results you are looking for. Don’t compare yourself.

There will be trials, errors, progress, regression, and lesson learned.  DON’T GIVE UP!

The body was created with perfect balance and due to all of the toxic things you’ve put into your body, exposed your body to, and things that couldn’t be avoided,….it’s going to take even longer to retrieve that balance that is right for you.

There certainly is a time and place for you to seek assistance.  Whether you choose medical help or holistic help, or a combination of the two, do it for YOU!

A few reminders:

1)      Be patient and don’t give up!

2)      Don’t expect instant results; you didn’t get where you are overnight.

3)      Stay active; challenge yourself.

4)      Don’t expect anyone to “know it all”.

5)      Have an open mind; LISTEN.

6)      This may take longer than you had hoped; focus on “progress”, not “perfection”.

7)      Opinion does not equal fact. (and everyone has an opinion!)

8)      Commit to change, not a trend.

9)      Accept yourself for who you are; being skinny does NOT equal being healthy!

10)   Be patient and DON’T GIVE UP!

Love, Me

**So readers, if you are feeling unhappy with your own body image, a skin condition, a food allergy, a food intolerance, side effects of antibiotics or anything else, please know that there is NO judgment here and I’m happy to help.  🙂

This is a place where you can consider me a resource for honest advice, and facts…..and not confuse the two!  😉  And by the way,….I have yet to “fix” myself, but I have accepted myself,…a work in progress!  😉

Keepin’ it real,


“Our Daily Bread” (BEST recipe EVER!!)

While I greatly rely on the Word of God to be my daily sustenance for life, I too must nourish my body with healthy food.

Not sure about you, but I was raised on good ol’ white bread.

After I became a mother, I gave my first born children, good ol’ white bread.

As my spiritual life  grew, I learned so many new things, and began to make changes.

Believe it or not, my spiritual life changes included my food choices.

I began looking at what I was putting into my body, and my family’s, and realized that there were better choices out there.

I had learned that in the bible it clearly states, several times, that our bodies are temples bought with a price, and we are responsible for taking care of it.  It also speaks to the fact that we are to be good stewards of what we are given.

I realized that those statements included how I was caring for myself, physically and spiritually.

And so began my journey to health and wellness and my passion for educating others, hence my certification as a holistic health coach!  (Yes, I do private coaching.  No, I don’t know everything.)

If you’ve read some of my other posts or if you’ve known me long enough, you know that I believe in the “good”, “better”, “best” principle.    I believe that there is always room for improvement and BALANCE is key!

Back to the bread……..

I began feeding my family what I thought was ‘whole wheat bread’.  I later learned that it was not actually ‘whole wheat’ and what ‘enriched’ meant.  So, I knew, I needed to look for a “better” choice.

We then went to 100% whole wheat bread.

Soon after, I began trying to make it at home so that I could save money and more importantly, give my family a loaf of bread without any additives or preservatives.

I have soaked my flours, I have purchased whole grains and used my grinder to make the flour myself, I have tried multiple recipes and I’ve studied for hours………just about grains!   *did I mention that I have a tendency to go from one extreme to the other before I find balance?   (Hey, it’s all about learning and progress, not perfection!)  

Well anyway,…..the experience has paid off!

See, after all of that hoop-lah….. we learned that I, and some of our kiddos, have a gluten intolerance and I carry 3.5 of the 4 markers used for diagnosing Celiac disease.

So the process began, all. over. again.  *sigh*

But hey, if you stop learning, what fun is that?!

I started with purchasing gluten-free products.  I researched.  I bought grains. I make my own.

Today, thanks to the encouragement of my wonderful husband, who by the way, should get some kind of metal of honor for being the most loving ‘guinea pig’ on the planet for trying all of my recipes……….I’m sharing our favorite bread recipe.  I have to admit, while I’ve wanted to share it with y’all for a while, I wanted to make sure it was not going to be a recipe for cardboard.

It’s what we used daily.

I make it into sandwich bread, I modify it for rolls, I add different herbs and seasonings for  savory/sweet indulgences,….even my kiddos who can eat gluten, prefer this bread to any other!   (So I guess it really passes the test.)

Without further delay, here it is!  I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

Our Daily Bread

2 cups rice flour

1/2 cup potato starch

1/2 cup tapioca flour

2 1/2 teaspoons xanthan gum

2/3 cup powdered milk (not reconstituted)

1 1/2 teaspoons sea salt

3 Tablespoons sugar (I use organic cane sugar)

1 1/2 Tablespoons yeast

2 cups warm water (FYI–if you are doubling this recipe, I have found that 5 cups of water is needed)

1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar ( I use Bragg’s)

3 whole eggs

*Mix all of your dry ingredients into a large bowl.

*Add your wet ingredients and incorporate well.  It will “batter-like”.  (this is the point I will add things like minced onion, herbs, cinnamon, dehydrated veggies, grated cheese, etc. to change the flavor of the bread depending on what I’m using it for)

*Place dough in your greased bread pan (OR ‘plop’ scoops onto parchment paper lined baking sheets for rolls) and bake for 35 minutes at 350 degrees. **that could vary a bit depending on how your oven bakes**

That’s it!

I hope you enjoy this versatile recipe as much as we do!  AND…..I hope you’ll tell me what fun things you do with it to “change it up”!

~By the way, I have also been eating less and less grains in an attempt to heal my body further from a few minor issues.  If you are interested in seeing my “grain-free” bread recipe, I’ll be posting that in the near future too.

Keepin’ it real,





What a great gift to be able to begin a new year and a new adventure!

I mean really, isn’t every day a new adventure?


As with every new year, I see and hear about everyone’s New Year’s Resolutions, and I decide NOT to make one.

I’m more of a “goal setter” as oppose to a “resolution maker”.

I believe in always looking at situations and going with the “good, better, best” option choices.

So, in evaluating 2013 and deciding what went well, what I’d like to do better, and what are my best options,….I’ve come up with this “word picture” for my new year goal setting.

Wordle: 2014blogchoice

While it may appear a little chaotic, that’s sort of the point.

See, life isn’t always neat.  In fact, if you’ve had any experiences like I have, you can agree with me that life is actually quite messy.

But despite the mess and chaos, there is GOOD STUFF!  😉

And that is how I developed my thoughts into my word collage.

The roots to my life’s tree are:




The branches on that tree that come from the roots are:








The things that I hope to blossom from my branches are my words in action!

Like this…..

I want to focus this year on being INTENTIONAL, THOUGHTFUL, and PURPOSEFUL in all that I do and say.

I want my actions to reveal my heart and my faith in Jesus to be shown through my Parenting, Living, Learning, Sharing, Loving, Eating (stewardship of my body), and my Writing.

Mother Teresa of Calcutta once said, “Faith in action is LOVE~ Love in action is SERVICE”.  Since I see my role here on earth as a servant of the Most High, and I love serving my family and friends, AND since I love writing and offering encouragement to others,…..I figured that my word collage summed it up pretty well!

As I was sharing my heart with my husband for the new year, and what I believe God has shown me and is asking of me,……we got into a great conversation about how my “word picture” is like a wrapping paper to the gift of life I’ve been given.

I hope you’ll find my focus this year an invaluable resource this year and you’ll share my blog with others.

Keepin’ it real,

smile ~Elena

Fall and Giving Thanks…..Part 1

give thanks 2

It’s that time again…..

The leaves have changed color, the air is cool and crisp, and I will get to see my college kiddos soon!  J

Fall is my all-time FAVORITE season!  Maybe it’s because I don’t really recall autumn breezes and scents like I have here in New England from my childhood.  I tease and tell my friends that growing up in South Texas, we had 2 seasons, HOT and HOTTER! 😉

After marrying the man of my dreams and moving in to the beautiful mountains of New Hampshire, I’ve come to appreciate all the seasons have to offer. Yes, including the snow.  Okay…..usually …. Okay ….. I try to.

I can’t lie,….the length of winter is what gets me.  By March 1, I’m ready for spring planting, spring colors, and FLIP FLOPS!

Anyway, let’s live in this moment and enjoy today. 🙂

So, what are the things I love most about fall?

1)      The smells.  Mmmmm…..cinnamon, pumpkin bread, wood stoves burning, and apple cider.

2)      The comfort foods.  Warm and stick-to-your ribs kind of foods.

3)      Shopping.  I get so excited to shop for everyone I love! Four of our 8 children have fall birthdays, and then there’s Christmas with two more children’s birthdays to follow.

4)      Snuggle time!  Our family loves to gather around the fireplace on a cool evening and hang out together.

5)      The spirit.  People are generally pretty happy.  Whether it’s because they didn’t like the summer heat or that they’re excited for the snow to come.  And of course,….Thanksgiving is upon us!

My all-time-favorite holiday is Thanksgiving!

I love cooking!  And I love cooking for LOTS of people!

If you read the calendar in my kitchen, you’ll see in BIG letters,…..”Full house=full heart”.

Now, cooking a feast like the one I’m preparing has it’s challenges.

Last year was our first year to have a gluten-free Thanksgiving.

This year, well, this year, will be gluten-free for sure, but it will be my first grain-free Thanksgiving!

Despite the fact that I will really have to work at making my Grandmother’s “famous” Dressing grain-free, I have a lot to be thankful for!   Wait, what’s that?  You don’t know what “dressing” is?   Well, that’s what folks from the South (that’s me!) call “stuffing”.  No offense to stuffing, or y’all from the North, but, I like dressing better.  Besides, I’d like to think I’m “dressing” up my meal, not, “stuffing” my waist line. 😉

So, I’m off to work on my recipes!

I hope y’all haven’t forgotten about the bundle sale going on right now, it’s only available for a limited time!  *If you don’t know what I’m talkin’ about,… ya go!




Keepin’ it real,

Elena  🙂

The ULTIMATE Opportunity!

I am so excited to share with you today, The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle!

By the way, this bundle has more than just books!  So don’t stop reading yet!!!   This bundle has offers you won’t find anywhere else!

Grab your cup of coffee (or your kombucha) and pull up a seat!   I’ve got something to share with you and y’all are going to love it!


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Are you the kind of person who is very careful about how and where you spend your money?  (Then THIS is perfect for YOU!)

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Where else can you get a deal like that!?!

Now, you may be thinking,…. “86 ebooks?! Who needs 86 ebooks?”  Well, you might not right now, but remember, you can give them away or just tuck them away.  I don’t know about you, but over the years, my life has changed more than I can count.

So while you may not need them all right now, it sure would be nice to have it if you need it!  😉

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Let’s face it…..

There are a lot of things in life we cannot control.  We’d like to think we can, but the truth is, we can’t.

But, we CAN do one thing, take responsibility.  As we take responsibility for our own health, for the health of those we love and care about, we can feel good at the end of the day about doing our best.

As I have gone through the journey of life and learning to live with psoriasis, acne, gluten intolerances, weight issues,….I’ve learned one thing.

I DON’T have to live with it, and neither do you!

Don’t give up!

That’s how I ended up going to school to be a Certified Holistic Health Coach.  I wanted more than just to help myself, I want to help others.

Just like you.   🙂

So, here’s the deal.

Check out this amazing deal, I mean really look over the bookshelves, and I guarantee you won’t be sorry.  But don’t take too long to decide to take advantage of this deal, because it doesn’t last long!

AND,….don’t forget about the bonuses!!

bonus offers

The sale runs only from November 4 – November 9!

Have questions? We’ve created a very detailed FAQ page with information about how downloads work, how to store your ebooks safely, how bonus offer redemption works, and much more. We’ve even added videos tutorials to talk you through some of the technical aspects step-by-step!

The fine print is also important. You can see that here.

Keepin’ it real,

Elena   😉


**If you run into any problems at all when purchasing, please let me know.  There are many of us involved in this and the system can get bogged down.  😉  Thanks!

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