Do you hate looking at yourself in the mirror?
Are you sick of counting calories?
Are you over-exercising to the point that it's not even fun anymore?
Do you want freedom from all the comparison on social media?
I'm guessing your answer is yes. Then you need, Obsessed to Free.
This guide is pure love. I teach you how to better your relationship with food, fitness, your body image and your relationship with social media. These tips are UNIQUE and REAL. You can't Google them. They are raw and any woman can relate to them.
I put my heart and soul into this guide. I want YOU to love yourself. I want YOU to know how beautiful and special you are. I want you to live freely, without obsession. I want you to live and experience life and love without being obsessed with things that we shouldn't be so focused on. I want you to have freedom.
You were made for so much more. You were made to be your unique, special self. And NOTHING should hold you back.
I know what it's like to feel stuck. I used to count every calorie. I weighed myself multiple times a day. My mood was based on my weight. All I wanted was to be smaller, yet I still hated my body. I was stuck, confused, sick and tired. I needed out. I needed freedom.
That is why I wrote this guide - to help YOU better your relationship with YOU.
What people are saying...
"Ever feel overwhelmed by the information (and misinformation!) out there regarding health, fitness, and wellness? Then "Obsessed to Free" is for you! Through countless hours of work, Stephanie Schultz has created a guide that is truly for everyone out there. With her background and degree in the health and fitness industry and her REAL TALK, Steph is sure to get through to you. Anybody considering a "diet" plan should get this instead to LEARN how nutrition, fitness, and self-love can go hand in hand."
"Obsessed to free" is a wonderful book. I loved the approachable format, and the fact that Steph chose to feature real tips. The book made me smile, laugh, think and cry. Definitely promoting self-love and positive body-image."