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Create a Simplified & Joyful Kitchen with our Virtual Kitchen Cleanout

When you have a kitchen full of foods that make you feel good, anything is possible.  Setting yourself up to live the life you want has less to do with willpower and more to do with supportive mindsets, systems and habits. I know that regaining energy and happiness is a priority for you. This immersive experience will set you up for success.

Creating a joyful, nourishing kitchen put stress and mood supporting food at your fingertips. Together, we'll clean out your pantry, fridge and freezer and fill them with foods that give you energy and help you feel good all day long.  With this program, you get:

  • Two comprehensive 90-sessions together to clean-out your fridge, pantry, freezer and re-stock it with foods that you know will leave you feeling great

  • Pre-clean-out goal setting so we can make the most of our full-day together

  • Post clean-out reflection & troubleshooting because we want to make sure this absolutely works for you, and we’ll figure out how to adjust any challenges that pop up.

  • Training on food choices and nutrition labels, so after your clean-out has wrapped up you can continue to make choices that help you feel your best.

  • Handouts to help you re-stock your pantry and choose the foods that best support your personal health goals.

  • The confidence of knowing that you have two culinary nutrition guides by your side as well as Suzanne's Intentional Living expertise, to walk you through this process step-by-step. You won’t be left wondering if you’ve made the right decision - we'll be there with a proven process that will show you how to make the choices that feel best for you.


All sessions take place in a private Zoom meeting. Space is limited.

Saturday, May 6, 10am-11:30am: Session 1 - Goal Setting & Pantry/Dry Goods

Saturday, May 13, 10am-11:30am: Session 2 - Fridge & Freezer, and reflections/troubleshooting

Cost: $149CAD per person, includes all sessions and educational handouts.

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