Book Winner Announced AND New Giveaway!

Well, the day is upon us. The winner of a brand spanking new copy of Healthy Voyager's "Global Kitchen" is.... drumroll please....wait for it.... Jeff Zellar!!! Congrats, Jeff! Please give me your mailing address and the lovely author of the book will send your copy pronto!

Again, thanks very much to all who entered the contest. And because I want EVERYONE to win when we do these, I just can't help myself and must create yet another giveaway! Yes, I know... it's a sickness. ; )

So, the new giveaway is for a FREE wellness coaching session with me ($100 value!) - and yes, you can use it even if you're far, far away. Most of my clients aren't local, so I usually work via phone or skype anyway. So, if you (or anyone you know... you can give this as a gift if you win!) could use some fine-tuning and empowering guidance in meeting your health goals, why not enter to win? You'd be surprised what can be accomplished in just one session.

OK, to enter this contest, simply do the following:
1. "Like" my Facebook page, where I will announce the winner on February 10th.
2. Follow this blog.
3. Reply to this post, telling us what your biggest holistic health goal is for 2012.

Good luck and please be sure to check back on this blog or my Facebook page on February 10th, cuz you might just be the winner!!! : )

13 comments:

  1. I want to convert completely to vegan... My difficulty is maintaining it. I need help keeping my energy and iron up. I can do vegan for about a month and then I start getting a constant headache and really tired. It sorts it self after I have some red meat. :( help!

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  2. Wow - what a wonderful giveaway. I adore your recipes, Tess, but have been struggling with stress binging lately so I hope to deal with that, while managing my stress.

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  3. What a great giveaway! :D My biggest holistic health goal for 2012 is to get healthy, I have been having a ton a gut issues for a little over a decade and I know it's pretty much all diet related. I know I can do a whole foods/vegan diet, I'm just having trouble staying on track.

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  4. I think $100 is undervalued - but well priced - my biggest 2012 health goal is now to lower my blood pressure and hopefully reduce my waistline as well. And to manage my pain.

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  5. What a generous giveaway! My health goal for this year is to eat whole foods only. I'm entirely plant based now but struggle a bit with not sticking with whole foods.

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  6. I've been in the CHIP program learning about the vegan lifestyle. I want to continue with it even as the class ends. :-)

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  7. I am newly vegan and want to eat as healthy as possible and make greet food, while trying to lose a few pounds.

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  8. My biggest holistic health goal for 2012 is to get my Hashimoto's Disease under control in a natural, healthful way without the use of drugs. I was diagnosed this past November, and am alergic to the drugs used to treat my disease. Trying to become vegan with this kind of a health issues is confusing, but I'm am giving it my best shot! Hopefully, I will have a copy of your book in my hot little hands to help me on the road to recovery!

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  9. 1 & 2) already doing. :)

    3) I think my biggest "holistic" health goal is to do yoga.

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  10. Hi, my name is Annette Brandenburg. I've been facing some pretty major health struggles. A year ago the doctors removed a rare tumor from my thyroid...the only way to determine if it was cancer was to remove part of the thyroid with it and test it. Thankfully, it was not cancer, but unfortunately now I only have half a thyroid and must take thyroid hormone. In this past year since the surgery, I've gained weight, and have felt a serious decline in energy, mood, and focus. I have a nine year old son with autism. I am fast approaching fifty and want to be healthy and feel good - for many reasons, but particularly so that I can be around for him for as long as possible. I have been sharing some of your recipes and your link with folks in our support group for some time now, because many of our kiddos on the spectrum need to be on a gluten-free/casein-free diet because of an enzyme they are believed to be lacking that helps them process those foods. I have not felt really good in a long time and would love to try to find a way to adapt a better way of eating and taking care of my body. Since the surgery, I've also become border-line diabetic and have developed border-line high blood pressure...I've just got to get off this path and onto a better one soon! I would love to explore this lifestyle to find out how it could help me.

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  11. Jill Mandveno SilvaFebruary 8, 2012 at 7:34 PM

    To become completely Vegan and improve my overall deteriorating health conditions. Help!!

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  12. My goal is to cook more from scratch: More dried beans and 'nut cheese' and less cans and packaged products

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  13. To be healthy, whole, in body mind and spirit!

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