Shredding For My Wedding

Brides, are you throwing Spaghetti at the wall?

Brides, are you throwing spaghetti at the wall?‏‏‎

“What?” 🤨‏‏‎

 

Yeah, spaghetti…‏‏‎

 

Let me explain.‏‏‎

 

There’s a saying that goes as follows:‏‏‎

 

“Throw spaghetti at the wall until it sticks”.‏‏‎

 

It means basically trying lots of things and seeing what works.‏‏‎

 

It’s what you do when you’re starting out, doing experiments, or trying things out without a support network.‏‏‎

 

It’s kinda like shooting in the dark.‏‏‎

 

You might hit what you’re aiming at.‏‏‎

 

But then again, there’s a big chance you won’t.

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So “throwing spaghetti at the wall” is something a lot of women do with diets…

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They try things out they aren’t really sure will work, and keep switching and swapping until they do find the solution…

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…And that’s if they are actually consistent with each thing they try.‏‏‎

 

Also, you don’t know how long the spaghetti is gonna stay stuck there on the wall…

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It might seem to stick for a while, but suddenly fall off.

 

‏‏‎The costs involved are TIME and EFFORT.

 

‏‏‎That’s all well and good, but when you are getting married you don’t have the LUXURY of TIME, and the more EFFORT you have to put in, the more stressed you’re likely to be, and the more likely you are to fail on the plan you’re following.

 

‏‏‎ As your wedding is ONE event in your life and it’s fixed on ONE day, you need clarity and certainty in your plan.

 

‏‏‎ That’s why the Shredding For My Wedding plan gives you that.

 

‏‏‎ The plan is designed specifically for brides.

  • It’s customised for your specific goal.
  • ‏‏‎The plan is modfied asyou go along to keep you getting results.
  • ‏‏‎You don’t have the worry of uncertainty.
  • ‏‏‎You don’t have to waste time or money trying things you have no idea will work or not.

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‏‏‎You can remain stress free and put your effort into organising the rest of your wedding.

Harry Snell
I’m a bride body tranformation specialist & creator of the Shredding For My Wedding program. In a world driven by perfectionism and social pressure, building confidence for your wedding day is essential. Read more about my story and why this means so much to me here...