I thought about what you said …  

You work your butt off juggling career, family, relationships, hobbies, and if there’s any time left, you might indulge in dreaming about what you want for yourself.

But wait, there’s more. The constant slaving away with dishwashers to load and unload, laundry piles that never go down (how did the women of days gone by wash this stuff by hand?), messages to answer (text, phone, messenger, what’s app…), and exercise to do if you have an ounce of energy left.

It’s just not humanly possible to keep up this pace, year after year, and not feel totally wiped out. Yet, you keep pushing forward. And every time you summit the mountain and get everything done with a Herculean effort, there’s something else waiting just over the ridge that needs to be done. By you.

This is life as we know it today. Everyone plants a smile on their face and tells you they’re doing great. Even when they’re not. This my friend is not living. It’s existing.

Now I know there are other people who have it way worse. But this isn’t about comparing your life’s challenges to someone else’s. This is about taking a long, hard look at your own life and saying,


Because there is. You just don’t know how to get “this.” If you did, you’d have it.

Dealing with one stressor after another without taking a break isn’t sustainable. It makes you tired, cranky and, dare I say it – unreasonable. How could it not? I talk to women every day who feel the same way.

They have …

  • Fatigue
  • Hair loss
  • Dry skin and brittle nails
  • Difficulty concentrating or brain fog.
  • Cold hands and feet
  • Added weight, especially around the waist.
  • Food cravings for salty, sweet or both.
  • Mood swings that range from crying to irritability and even rage.

Living in a cycle of stress and overwhelm is like a mound of snow that keeps piling up. Eventually it’s going to come tumbling down, steal your joy and cause you to miss out on experiences that make your life worth living.

If you feel mentally and physically exhausted most of the time, you can stop blaming yourself. Societal expectations can be a strong motivator and insidious teacher of having and doing it all.

While the doors to our Thyroid Reset Program (which addresses all the issues above and then some) don’t open until January 25th, I want to support you with taking back a piece of your life right now. So, here are a couple of things to get your started:

  1. Sign up for a free Discovery Call. This is a no pressure opportunity to get answers to the questions about why you feel the way you do. I know what you’re thinking – she’s just trying to sell me something. Trust me, I’m not. After all, it’s the season of giving!
  2. Download one (or more!) of our Free Resources to get you started on your trek towards living your best life. These resources were created for you and are completely free. Your first step towards freedom starts with a click of the mouse and reclaiming your life. Use one or all – your choice!

Whether you make the call or read the pages, you’ll walk away with insights into why your life looks the way it does and what you can do to change it.

I believe in you, (name) and I want you to achieve your relationship, career, and leisure goals – and have a fulfilling life too!

Wishing you energy to spare,

Dr. Kat

PS: If you want more help along your journey, save that date – January 25th – our official launch of the Thyroid Reset Program. It would be my privilege to work with you.

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