Every statistic we have about Americans and our health proves that no matter how good our intentions are, we are failing to change the habits that undermine our well-being. Who has the time, the willpower, the resources to do all the nutritious eating, muscle building, restful sleeping, and work-life balancing?
You have the power to make healthier living easy and exciting, just by adopting one simple mantra:
“What you can when you can.”
It’s all you need.
What You Can When You Can (#wycwyc) is a book, a movement, a mindset, and a lifestyle—one that harnesses the power of small steps to let you achieve your health and fitness goals on YOUR terms. The #wycwyc (pronounced “wickwick”) philosophy applies to anything and everything that contributes to a healthy, happy life: nutrition, exercise, physical and mental rejuvenation, and so much more.
“Think you’re too busy to be healthy? Read this book.” —AJ Jacobs, bestselling author of The Year of Living Biblically and Drop Dead Healthy
“After reading this book, ‘What you can, when you can’ has become my new motto. It’s the perfect mantra to help me be my best self, without putting unrealistic pressure on myself to be ‘perfect.’ If we all adopted the #wycwyc way of life, we’d all be happier—and healthier too!” —Rachel Bertsche, bestselling author of Jennifer, Gwyneth & Me and MWF Seeking BFF
About the Authors
Roni Noone founded several healthy living blogs including Roni’s Weigh, GreenLiteBites, a supportive online community called BlogToLose, where now more than 7,000 users are blogging to reach their own weight-loss goals, and a yearly conference for health and wellness bloggers called, FitBloggin’. Noone has been featured in many media outlets including CNN, the Today show, Inside Edition, Ladies Home Journal, Everyday Health, Woman’s World, Woman’s Day, and Wired.
Carla Birnberg is an award-winning writer, speaker, healthy living and fitness expert, community builder, and social media maven. With “unapologetically myself” as her motto, Birnberg encourages others to carve their own unique paths to longer, healthier, and more vibrant lives. She has been published in Woman’s Day, the Wall Street Journal, Runner’s World, Better Homes and Gardens, and Health, in addition to numerous other publications. Shape magazine named Birnberg one of the top 15 fitness gurus to follow on Twitter, alongside Jillian Michaels, and Fitness magazine listed Birnberg’s blog as one of their favorites.