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BARE DAILY is a program created by women, for women.
The program includes an online component (videos, discussion area, weekly challenges and prizes) plus snail-mail (book, card deck) shipped to your home.
In the BARE community, you’ll find like-minded women with a shared goal: to feel mentally and physically strong, healthy, energized, and confident.
Want even more?
Upgrade to BARE DAILY DELUXE and get two 1:1 coaching sessions with a certified BARE coach.
Use these coaching sessions to discuss whatever you want—food drama, hormone swings, weight struggles, body image and self-confidence, anything you’re concerned about. Your coach will listen deeply and compassionately—and guide you in a zero-shame, gentle, loving manner.
Your BARE coach has received specialized training in women’s empowerment, health, wellness, and body-positivity topics.
For best results, we recommend setting aside about 10 minutes per day, every day, for the full 7 weeks of the program. This helps you get into a consistent self-care routine, and put positive new habits into place.
Can’t spare that much time? No worries. Whatever you can do is great.
Want to do more? Amazing. Go for it!
BARE DAILY materials are available online, 24/7, making it easy to watch videos, post messages, and interact with BARE coaches and community members whenever your schedule allows. Very convenient for busy women who already juggle a lot!
What makes BARE DAILY different from other programs and online communities?
Dieting is mentally and physically harmful, and can cause lasting damage to your metabolism. It’s also very distracting and exhausting, pulling your attention away from your kids, spouse, friends, career, and other things that really matter in life.
BARE DAILY is a diet-free zone. We advocate a balanced, mindful approach to eating with no rigid rules.
Sisterhood is everything, here. This community is comprised of some of the kindest, most compassionate women on the Internet. We support one another and celebrate each other’s victories, big and small.
In BARE DAILY, we don’t tolerate bullying or body-shaming of any kind. Violate this rule and you’re booted out—with no refund. Girl, bye.
You turn to food for comfort when you’re stressed—and you’d like to change this habit? You are welcome here. You want to discover your inner athlete and get a consistent fitness routine happening in your life? Come on in. You’re trans and you’re exploring what having a female body means to you? Welcome. All women are welcome in BARE DAILY. All ages. All body types. This is a safe and inclusive space.
"Before Bare I didn’t realize I had an inner mean girl in my head telling me I could no longer wear skirts and shorts. My mean girl told me that my legs were old and unattractive. With Bare I was able to silence that mean girl and replace her with a strong, appreciative, beautiful inner voice. One that tells me my legs are beautiful, strong and powerful. Because of bare and the support from bare community i no long cover my legs up, because of bare my legs make a scene each and every day, each day more stronger than the last."
"BARE changed my entire life trajectory. Picture a woman with a husband and three kids staying up on the phone surfing the web for the latest diet craze. For some quick solution to make me feel young and worthy again. Something that would make me feel like I was worthy of my husband’s attention. Now picture a woman who now eats the foods she enjoys and doesn’t hide from herself or the world anymore. Who can eat a meal and not whine about it AT ALL? Me. Guess who has lost weight and kept it off? Me. Guess who is turning her husband’s head with her new attitude about life? Me. Guess who started her OWN BUSINESS?????? ME!!!!
Everything changed the day I found Susan and the Bare Method and ladies, I have never looked back!"
"...(Ever since) I was 12 years old, so for 42 years, I've weighed myself 20 x per day (not even exaggerating) and then based how I felt about myself on the number on the scale. If my weight was down; it felt good. If it was up; I felt terrible and began the cycle of wasting hours either beating myself up or trying to figure out how to get the number to go down. Now I weigh 2 times per month because it's just data. I don't base how I feel about myself on the number. I love myself and my body because of what we can do and the miracle that we are not on how much I weigh."
"BARE helped me to wake up and realize that I have the power within to love myself, and I don’t need another diet to do that. I learned that it’s okay to be big (this is helping my business BIG time) and I can love the skin I am in now. I don’t need anyone’s acceptance or approval to be the real me. I can stop hiding me and my body. BARE had a huge role in helping me to end my pattern of emotional eating by practicing the mindful eating tools. It’s been an amazing ride to freedom…."
"I was 54 and newly divorced when I was finally able to be fully present in my body and show up in a new intimate relationship without cover or a dark room. BARE did that for me. It broke down all the mind crap and taught me how to really embrace who I was and bring pleasure into every area of my life. Comfortable in my own skin doesn’t even begin to cover it. I shed all the wasn’t serving me and was left with something magnificent, ME."
"What does going Bare Mean to Me?
Going Bare means stripping away 50 some years of societal and cultural training about what I should or should not look like!
(It) means digging deep and finding my true self and letting her out!
(It) means learning to love every inch of my body just as it is from head to toe. Some days it’s inch by inch but the commitment remains to never speak or think mean thoughts again about my body!
(It) means committing to myself and all women that I will fight to end Diet culture and to make the world understand that ALL women regardless of size, color, age, etc. are beautiful goddesses!
(It) means letting you all see me—the real me.
(It) means becoming a Bare certified coach so I can help other women go Bare."