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What if taking care of your health was fun instead of a chore?

Lemme guess. You're the DIY type (me too!).

I love that about us. And you probably like to take care of yourself.

But some days, it may be hard to know if what you're doing to be healthy is actually helping or if it is even the right thing to do.

And honestly, sometimes it may feel like you need 35 hours in your day just to check all the "health" boxes you "should" be checking...


Self care, meditate, exercise, sleep, eat clean, drink filtered water, take supplements, use essential oils, get acupuncture, eliminate toxins, be a good parent (but don't make it look like you're trying too hard), spend time with friends, limit screen time....

The neverending list goes on...and on...right?

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It doesn't help that everywhere we look, there's an insta-perfect post on "health," "clean eating," "body image" or being "balanced" that makes you think "seriously? I'm doing the best I can! Get outta my face!"

I mean...What do those social media people know? And what does "healthy" actually mean for you anyway?

Maybe you're doing all that you can and still not feeling like you can:

  • Stay ahead of your to-do list so you can look and feel like yourself.

  • Lose that extra 10-15 pounds you just can't seem to shake.

  • Get sh*t done instead of aimlessly scrolling social media and/or craving that mid-day nap.

  • Get your periods and hormones to cooperate. You just want peace and control...and it's not happening.

  • Be calm and grounded around your kids, your partner, your coworkers or your friends.

  • Actually make time for yourself. You just feel so...bad...and guilty...when you say yes to you. How does everyone else make it look so easy?

You are sooooo not alone, my dear friend.


I've totally been there, and I work with so many clients who have been there (and found a way out!) too.

I want you to know that being healthy is not as laborious or never-ending as you may think.

We we combine being badass working women, moms and teens with trying to save the world while burning the candle at both ends, it may seem that health becomes a chore, not something we love.


Healthy habits can be fit YOUR life, schedule, and what you actually love and value.

And the first step is to get really clear on what you want for  your health and what's getting in the way.


Sometimes those two things can be hard to spot.


Which is why I'm here and thrilled to unveil my FREE DIY guide to getting the health you love on your terms.

After all, stressing over needing better health is certainly not a way to get better health, amIright?

This FREE DIY guide is perfect for:

  • Moms or moms to be

  • Busy, active career women

  • Active 'tweens and teens

  • People who help girls & women

    • Health & wellness providers

    • Coaches

    • Personal Trainers

    • Teachers

Get your FREE DIY guide:

Health You Love Checkup

With this guide, you'll learn the secrets to:

  • Pinpoint  what "healthy" means for ways you can manage and afford to achieve it

  • Identify what's actually in the way of having the health you love

  • Establish a path to  get healthier, happier and more fulfilled by doing more with less

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Free DIY Guide

"One of the major reasons I decided to reach out to Julie for coaching is that she has been there. I knew that she would completely understand the daily requirements and pressures of my job and life. I knew I needed help to balance my hormones so my husband and I could start a family.


When I first met Julie, I hadn't had a period in several months. I was so impressed by her depth of knowledge in dealing with busy, active women like me. She was able to consider the full picture, from my lab and ultrasound results, my running, my diet, my job, and my stress levels into consideration to help create a game plan. Because of Julie, I eat better, feel better, and sleep better. I am more relaxed and less anxious. I have more fun, both at work and at home. My periods are getting more "normal" each cycle. Best of all, in a health care system where my doctor spends maybe five to ten minutes with me before making a generalized, nonspecific recommendation, I have a resource that I trust to help me manage my health while taking my work, nutrition, and lifestyle into consideration."

— Dana Strozier Reesman, Sports Physical Therapist 

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