Sarah Wilson is a New York Times best-selling author and entrepreneur.
Sarah is founder of IQuitSugar.com, an online wellness program and series of bestselling books. Her 8-Week Program has seen more than 1,180,000 people quit sugar worldwide, her books are sold in 46 countries and her community extends to 2.3 million.
Sarah also blogs in an intimate fashion (on philosophy, anxiety, minimalism, toxin-free living and anti-consumerism) at sarahwilson.com, lives in Sydney, Australia, rides a bike everywhere, is a compulsive hiker and is eternally curious.
Sarah Wilson travels from New South Wales Australia
Topic SynopsesFood, Nutrition and Wellness
Sarah is a qualified health coach with New York's Institute of Integrative Nutrition and has healed her own crippling illness through food and exercise... it's taken four years and she's tried all the tricks. Sarah now knows what works. She's also about to publish her first e-book - How to Quit Sugar - and her new TV show Eat Yourself Sexy screens on Foxtel's Lifestyle. Sarah's theories are very fresh (many are only just starting to be understood in Australia) and all about streamlining, being kind and recalibrating; she's anti-diet and anti-extreme exercise: 'The top 20 tips and tricks to live well now'; 'I ate myself better: what I learned on my journey back from collapse' and 'How to quit sugar'.
How We Want to Live Now
The best wellness, productivity and simple living advice from more than 100 Sunday Life column explorations and hundreds of blog experiments, including the personal lessons learned from meeting the Dalai Lama, Edward de Bono, Sir Richard Branson and many more. This can be tailored to take on a more 'work productivity', health, life balance slant or 'how to be creative' slant.
Media and Writing
Sarah has worked for every media outlet - TV, newspapers and magazines - in Australia. She knows traditional and new media intimately and has perspectives on the new landscape - because she's straddling it! Sarah has consulted to ABC radio, Hearst Magazines International, ARN and ACP. 'Why we all have to be 'media whores'' or 'How to get published - writing tricks for magazines, newspapers and blogs'.
"Your communication is excellent. Thank you."
Department of Education & Early Childhood Development
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