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Sexy Sobriety with Bex Weller

Rebecca Weller is a Health & Life Coach, Author of A Happier Hour, Speaker, and creator of Sexy Sobriety and Vegan Sparkles.  After she learned more about the impact diet has on every area of our lives; she ended a relationship; enrolled to study at the world’s largest nutrition school; healed her relationship with her body; fell deeply in love; wrote a ton of wellness eBooks and articles, and healed her dysfunctional relationship wth alcohol.

Now she’s a published author, speaks at live events, coaches clients from around the world, and guides a life-changing program named Sexy Sobriety.

Ultimately, all of her work is about helping women to get their sparkle back and create a life they love. Because, according to Bex, a healthy dollop of self-love is a powerful thing.

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Here’s what you’ll learn in this week’s episode:

  • Bex’s journey from corporate burn out to sexy sobriety
  • How she found veganism and became a health coach (you can take a free sample class at our nutrition school here!)
  • Her top three ways to stay sober
  • How to find adventure every single day
  • How to rediscover what we actually like to do once we stop drinking

Click here to take a free sample class at our nutrition school! 

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