Have you ever fancied rebooting your life? If you are anything like me you do it about four hundred times a day. Sometimes it is something small you want to change like finding a way for you to not have to empty the dishwasher for the third time. Sometimes it is something huge like dumping 48 years of emotional baggage and running off in a floaty white dress like the pretty girls on Instagram do on a regular basis.
Then the kettle finishes boiling and you are back in the here and now and all the above thoughts get put on the back burner.
This feeling is often heightened in January when everybody is making New Year’s Resolutions, something I don’t do because I just feel I am setting myself up to fail. January is a ridiculous time to give up chocolate when the house is still full of it (yard of Jaffa Cakes anyone?); ditto giving up alcohol when you have been given six bottles of it for Christmas; see also giving up cake / mince pies / biscuits. How can you ever be expected to succeed when surrounded by all this recently acquired temptation?
So the Chinese with their new year in February might just be on to something. New Year in February is genius. You have had January to make use of all the restaurant deals designed to lure us in, have scoffed the Jaffa Cakes, and necked a good portion of the gin. The holiday adverts are on the telly and you start thinking about maybe getting fitter / thinner / more tanned ahead of a summer holiday. Or maybe you start thinking that you want to change how you react to situations. How you can be a happier “you”, rather than the “new year / new you” that we get fed. You don’t want to be a new you, you want to be a happier version of you.
But, again, it feels like a massive task.
So step forward the Life Reboot Camp from Sophie Le Brozec. Sophie emailed me a while ago and asked me what I thought and if I wanted to help her promote it online. I can honestly say having read this bit of blurb it took me fifteen seconds to reply with a “hell yes”
- thought you’d be somewhere else by now
- feel permanently tired and like this hamster wheel won’t ever stop turning
- might be having a midlife crisis, or not, but something’s not quite right
- find yourself googling far flung destinations or crazy jobs
- are a bit fed up with your day-to-day and are wondering if this is it
- sometimes get jealous and envious when you scroll through Facebook and Instagram
- could happily eBay your kids and your other half most days
- would give a kidney to do what YOU want to do for a change
- sometimes wonder what people see in you (from a love, work or friendship point of view)
- hit the snooze button a little bit too hard each morning
- have dreams but don’t act on them
- catch yourself wishing there was something more…
Seriously so many of those points above could have been written by me. In fact it was “so me” I sat and read it several times because I thought it was just me and that nobody else could possibly be thinking like this.
Well Sophie knows that plenty of us feel like this so has designed a course to help us all get out of that mindset.
It’s called “Life Reboot Camp” and it caters to women (especially us mums) who feel unfulfilled in our lives, a lack of contentment, jealousy when we scroll through social media and see other people’s photos and lives. Most of us are in our forties and frustrated with where we are at in life. We might be bitter and feel like life is so much better and easier for everyone else. Or we may also be looking for balance in our life, feeling a bit like we are having a mid-life crisis or at a crossroads. It is a bit of all of these for me.
I have all sorts of crap from my past I am dragging around, that I have never processed, and I know that has a bearing on how I deal with situations now. I also have feelings of “why do I always have so much to do / why do I never get any down time / I just want to lie in bed for a week” on a regular basis.
All things that the Reboot Camp will address over 6 weeks in the 6 module course.
They are (in this order – one module per week):
1) YOU (self-esteem, self-confidence, sense of worth, body confidence)
2) Woo-Woo (decluttering, forgiveness, gratitude, law of attraction, journalling, tapping, mindset)
3) Relationships and friendships (dealing with toxic ones)
6) Decision-making and facing fears (moving / changing countries)
The course content can be done whenever and wherever as it is available online and offline and can be a mixture of video / audio / text, it is entirely up to you. You can mix and match or do them all.
Sophie launches tomorrow (February 20th) with a special introductory offer. That means that if you sign up between then and Sunday 25th February you get the course for a discounted price of $197, a saving of $300.
If you think that sounds like you then why not sign up in the next couple of days and make use of the discounted price. Especially as, and get this, Sophie is offering a 100% money back guarantee if you aren’t satisfied at the end of the six weeks modules.
How good is that?
I have to declare an interest here and say that I am an affiliate for the course as Sophie has asked me talk about this on my social channels, so if you sign up I do get a commission but I hope you also know that I wouldn’t be promoting something I didn’t believe in.
All the info you need is here: Life Reboot Camp
And if you have any questions, I know Sophie will only be too happy to answer them. Or you can drop me a message and I will find out for you.
Personally, I can’t wait to get started.