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I don’t know about you, but one of the first things that my husband and I do at the beginning of the year is schedule out our vacations. What we have learned over time is that by doing this we are acknowledging the importance of taking time to reconnect, to relax and to let our bodies and minds disconnect from the fast pace of work and day to day activities. Our ‘down time’ is just as important as our work schedule. Research shows that employees who take regular vacations and ┬átime off, suffer less burn out and function better in the work environment. During this interview with Sherri Williams we explore why it is so important to detox from work.



Is food a constant struggle for you? Do you have a constant emotional battle going on inside your head about healthy eating habits? Do you vacillate between binge eating, compensate by starving only to binge yet again. If so, you are not alone.

Unhealthy relationships with food affect millions of people throughout the planet, that’s why the diet and nutrition industry spends billions of dollars every year trying to convince you that they have the answer!

The thing is that ‘FOOD’ is not the problem, it is how we relate to food that is the main issue.

Michelle Leath, Eating Psychology Coach explains how you can ‘Detox your relationship with food to live and eat fearlessly’