While she’s best known for building the I Quit Sugar empire, there’s so much more to Sarah Wilson than meets the eye.
A New York Times best-selling author and journalist, she’s published 16 books in 46 countries - including a high-profile book about her struggles with anxiety – First, We Make The Beast Beautiful – and a brand new book focused on zero waste – Simplicious Flow. But as you’ll hear in this revealing chat, when she fell gravely ill in her mid-30s while working in the fast-paced media world, she threw in her all-consuming Sydney job, sold everything she owned, moved to Byron Bay… and ended up living in an army shed, trying to work out what to do with the rest of her life. Little did she know that one simple change (quitting sugar) she made for herself would lead to an empire of e-books and programs that have helped more than 1.2 million people give up the white stuff.
But earlier this year, at the height of her success, Wilson decided to walk away from it all to focus on what truly matters, and her brand new charitable foundation. Tune in as these former magazine colleagues chat about what inspired Wilson’s latest life U-turn, the causes she cares about, how to trust your instincts and know when it’s time to make a change, even when it’s controversial. And as she reveals her exciting new plans for the future.
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