iquitsugar.com is coming along…

Posted on February 7th, 2013

Not sure what you’re up to, but in our little office we’re Moving Forward. One considered step at a time. As I vaguely mentioned here a few weeks back, we’re giving the behemoth that has become I Quit Sugar a new home. And so, the birth of Iquitsugar.com. We’re a while off…but if you’d like to stay connected and be alerted to a bunch of giveaways and offers we’ll be running for the launch, please do sign up to the mailing list. As always, we won’t be spamming you!

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landing page by Joi Design

As we chug along, I’ll share as much as I can with you about the process. I’ve posted about how to make money from blogging and how to publish ebook before. And I was asked to keep sharing this kind of thing. So. I will.

For this new project I’ve decided it might be nice to bring in Friends of IQS whenever we need a designer, a nutritionist, a doctor, a … florist. I know the car scheme GoGet do this – everyone down to the dude who supplies the ink cartridges for the computers in the office are drawn from their membership base. I like this. To this end, we invited Joi Murugavell, who’s been following this blog for eons, to design the landing page above. I love it stupid, although it is a tame version of what she can often create.

You may remember Joi from this post, where I shared an interview I’d done with her on her Oodlies site. I particularly love her teacup interpretation of my hashimotos.

Well, we asked Joi to design the landing page for us at Iquitsugar.com, so that we could officially open the site, build momentum over there, and have a space for you to sign up to find out more. Hoorah!

Essentially, Iquitsugar.com will be both a hub for all information on quitting sugar, with recipe sharing and daily expert advice for anyone curious about quitting the white stuff. It will also incorporate the I Quit Sugar 8-week online program. Yes! People will be able to sign up and get week-by-week instructions for getting sugar out of their system, with a daily eating plan, recipes, an exercise plan, forums, product samples and practical tips for eating out, feeding their kids etc.

You can also follow along on the BRAND SPANKING NEW I Quit Sugar Twitter account, Facebook, the new Instagram account, and on Pinterest. And hashtag #IQS.

And that’s that. For now.

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PS. Joi has two new Oodlies books available: I think I’ve lost the Magic, and What You Do is Not Your Who. Seriously perfect for your kids. Order your copies here. They are seriously delightful.

 

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  • Gabriella

    I’ve signed up and I cannot wait!

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  • http://www.avonleaoncecily.com K*Maree

    If you ever need a nutritionist.. i’m a big fan and always willing to help out :)

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    Sarah Wilson

    Sarah WilsonSarah Wilson Reply:

    Email jo@sarahwilson.com.au with your details?!

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  • http://www.livehealthysimply.com jessica nazarali

    Looking forward to seeing the new site Sarah!

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  • Ian

    Love, love, love Sarah (&Jo) how you’re utilising the skills of the SW & IQS tribes to further enhance both. We, your tribees, will all benefit too.

    Congratulations. Fabulous idea.

    And Joi – great landing page.

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  • Toby Hartley

    Hi Sarah,
    FYI, the Oct/Nov 2012 issue of COSMOS feature article was called Toxic Sugar. It is about the dangers and current research on Fructose.
    I can post you my copy if you like, I’ve finished with it.
    Toby

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    Sarah Wilson

    Sarah WilsonSarah Wilson Reply:

    Yeah, I read it.
    Is this Toby from Lyneham High???

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    Toby Hartley Reply:

    Guilty as charged.
    Your old classmate is a fan.

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  • http://www.theaspirer.com Ursula (The Aspirer)

    Sarah I love it! Well done – a lot of work but it’s paid off very well – you must be very proud!

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  • http://www.fitnesslifeblog.com Kinga Monaghan

    I really like the idea of getting sugar out of our diet, and really want my kds to grow up with healthy minds and bodys… Looking forward to finding out more :)

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  • Brooke

    LOVE that the new site will incorporate a Forum! That will reduce the pain of covering things more than once via Facebook. Nice work ;)

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  • http://Www.kerriesaunders.com.au Kerrie Saunders

    Congrats Sarah, looks fantastic. How exciting :)

    I put my hand up to be of any assistance if you are ever after some ideas on how hypnotherapy and emotional freedom techniques can help with the quit sugar journey.I use these strategies with my female clients in my practice with great results in helping break sugar habits and refer them to your programme for the lifestyle support.

    Warmest regards,
    Kerrie

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    Sarah Wilson

    Sarah WilsonSarah Wilson Reply:

    yep, email jo@sarahwilson.com.au and we’ll keep your details for when we go live!

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  • http://www.carlacoulson.com Carla Coulson

    I am sure the new site will be fabulous and looking forward to coming along for the ride! Love the new landing page
    Have a great weekend Sarah
    Carla x

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    Sarah Wilson

    Sarah WilsonSarah Wilson Reply:

    can’t believe we missed each other!

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  • Ms Jane

    You’ve come a long way baby!!! Can’t wait to see it. Well done Ms Wilson x

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  • Kate Fenwick

    Hi Sarah,

    I have PCOS and have been looking for a cookbook that incorporates low carb recipes and sugar alternatives in everyday meals that are easy to prepare! Your IQS cookbook has lots of healthy recipes and great tips with a humerous approach to changing the way you eat to get well and maintain good health so congratulations and keep up the good work!

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