Because you're tired of being tired.

Exhaustion and overwhelm do NOT need to be a part of your life. You deserve to feel strong, energetic, and HAPPY! I'll teach you how to increase your physical, emotional and mental energy so you can truly live your life.

Life as a Zombie-Mom

What is a Zombie-Mom? It's a mom (or dad) who feels like they walk through life barely awake. You function just enough to do the things you need to do everyday. You're "ok" with your life because you seemingly have all you need. "Why should I be complaining?" Right? But something is missing. Maybe everything is missing. And you feel out of place in life. You know...walking through life like the zombies you see in the movies.

Zombie-Mom symptoms may present as the following:

  • You feel tired the minute you open your eyes in the morning.
  • You need caffeine, but you just feel like a buzzed zombie.
  • You suffer from brain fog. "Why can't I just focus?"
  • You Big time! Physically. Mentally. Emotionally. Spiritually.
  • You're overwhelmed and can't seem to catch up.
  • You're moody. And it's taking a toll.
  • You're stressed out!!!!
  • You constantly think about food because you're desperate for energy.
  • You rely on alcohol to wind down. Or sleep aids to knock you out.
  • You feel like you'd have more energy if you could only lose some weight.
  • You compare yourself to others and wonder how they do it all.
  • You want to exercise. time, no energy.

I couldn't sleep. Like ever.

I couldn't figure out why I felt so low when I was doing everything right.

Hi. I'm Tina. And I'm a Zombie-Mom. If you can identify with any of the signs of zombiedom, you're not alone. I, too, have experienced everything on that list. I had gone for years struggling with low energy, brain fog, depression, anxiety, and burnout. I was totally fried in every way.

Not only was my body suffering, but also my mind and spirit.

As a wellness professional, I couldn't figure out why I felt so low when I was doing everything right. I ate right and exercised. I meditated and prayed. I practiced what I preached. But I couldn't sleep. Like ever. All of this, I was told, was due to a diagnosis of depression. And at that time, it made sense. Except for one thing. Higher and higher doses of medication were not working.

Still no energy, still no light. What the heck was going on?

Most of my professional career was spent working with corporate wellness programs coaching my fellow employees to better health. It was during a particularly challenging day that the light came on. I had coached person after person who, at the time, felt like they were coming up with every excuse in the book for why they could not follow through with their food and exercise plan. If I am to be completely honest, I was completely frustrated. After all, what didn't they understand? Eat better, move more, get healthy and lose weight.

That's when the light bulb came on!

The old saying came to my mind, "You can't keep doing the same thing over and over again and expect to get different results." The definition of insanity. My clients were well-intentioned. I was well-intentioned.

But what I was teaching was wrong. Fundamentally wrong.

I finally realized that what the health and wellness profession was telling us to do was missing the mark. I needed to change not only what I was teaching, but what I believed. I was taught to believe that if you taught someone the "right" way to be healthy and then held them accountable as a wellness coach, they would then be likely to change their behavior. But people, and life, are more complex than that. Beautifully complex.

Most of the people who came to me for coaching had one main thing in common...they were exhausted! And as a result, they were stumbling though life. They would state that life was "ok" but they wanted more. This gave birth to Zombie-Moms. It is now my passion to help moms (and pooped out dads) to regain their energy so they can live that "more" life.

Life is incredible when you are fully awake!!!


Zombie-Moms courses will be launching June 2020!

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