Cracking the skinny bitch code is on the way


The galloping housewife sent this out on Tuesday. She was asked by one of her readers to make this shareable, so that no one misses out. So here you are... the first weekly email from the galloping housewife. Enjoy. And if you do, please sign up as it will be the last one she blogs here. X


4pm on an idle Tuesday... but instead of real problems, the galloping housewife will be bringing you real solutions. 

Hey there, it's finally here. The first of the promised weekly missives to land in your inbox. It's so much more personal this way, we can chat and interact like the friends that we are, in private. 

The galloping housewife believes that ordinary is a superpower. That women of a certain vintage are going to be the ones to heal this broken world. That we, collectively, have the wisdom, the experience, and the compassion that is needed. 

The galloping housewife's own mission is to help you find that hidden power within you so that you can heal yourselves first and then reach out and help your families, your communities, and beyond. 

The galloping housewife will be landing in your inbox each week with a quick tip to help you break the skinny bitch code (because you need to be fit and healthy to be a superhero, and every superhero deserves to feel fabulous), the rich bitch code (because money gives a superhero opportunity and options and every superhero deserves to be successful in their work and business), and the lucky bitch code (because  a superhero needs to be in control of their own life and destiny and every superhero deserves a lifestyle design that serves them). 

The galloping housewife will be posting on social and writing blogs on her website, but the main way that she is going to serve you is by offering courses. She's starting with cracking the skinny bitch code, because if there is something that 2020 has taught all of us, it's that if you don't have your health, you don't have anything. She has put this course out to a small trial group and the feedback so far has been rather good.

'I'm loving it, the simple and subtle changes I have implemented as a result have been pretty much astounding'

'I look forward to the messages arriving every day and I love the way they build on each other'

'I absolutely love it, the delivery, the timing, the content is perfect. I cannot tell you how much I look forward to your email every morning'

'I've already had people complimenting me. I feel lighter and brighter and no one can believe that I'm not on a diet.'

As this group of women have been so enthusiastic, it really is time to get this shit out in the world and offer it to the general public. This is where you come in - the galloping housewife has a favour to ask. 

If you know of anyone who you think might be interested in taking part, could you forward them this email? And if you've had this email forwarded and think this sounds like something you'd like to have a crack at, then sign up for her newsletters (at the bottom of this page).

Just a couple of warnings, the galloping housewife is not known for her tact. She says fuck. A lot. And while what she writes is suitable for everyone, no matter what your interests, she writes with the horsey set in mind. If any of that is likely to offend, please do us both a favour and find another coach.

This is so exciting! It's been a long time coming. This has been kicking around in the galloping housewife's head for over a year, but like just about everything, has taken longer than she thought to get to lift off. It's kind of fortuitous that this particular Tuesday happens to be her birthday, and the one before the big one ending in '0'. Just goes to show that middle aged women are capable of good things. Life's not over, it's just beginning.

If you're anxious to get started, please don't fret. Over the next two weeks you'll get more emails telling you exactly what you need to do, and when.

see you later, bitches.

the galloping housewife

1 comment

  • It’s a funny thing, those birthdays that end in 0…they’re scary, they make us doubt our goals, they make us think windows of opportunity are a bit lower…and then in 10 years we’re wishing we were ‘just’ the age we are now. If there’s one thing I know, it’s that there is NO expiration date on goals, but we do need to have plans, as you say, focusing on health, for example, because a goal, without a plan, is just a dream. And while there’s nothing wrong with dreams, if you’re striving for more, the first thing you’ve got to have is the best possible health and strength you can achieve.

    Pam Stone

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