December 5th, 2017

// INTRODUCING THE BON-VIVANT GIRL – New Lifestyle Brand Helps Women Embrace a Happier, Healthier Life

INTRODUCING THE BON-VIVANT GIRL
New Lifestyle Brand Helps Women Embrace a Happier, Healthier Life

The Bon-Vivant Girl logo

[New York, NY – Dec 1, 2017] – Psychotherapist, certified health coach and author Nathalie Botrosannounces the launch of her new lifestyle brand: The Bon-Vivant Girl. Dedicated to helping women leave the negative messages about themselves behind and teaching them to embrace a rich, full life, the BVg life is bold, funny, practical, healthy, fearless, full of love and – most importantly – crazy happy.

A happy and healthy life will be yours not by following the rules and social pressures promoted by the media, but because you know how to take pleasure and find joy in everything you do!

Nathalie Botros, The Bon-Vivant Girl

As part of the launch of The Bon-Vivant Girl brand, a lifestyle-focused website debuted in November to provide women with a digital destination to experience the living well mantra and follow the continuing journey of the original Bon-Vivant Girl. The site has lifestyle tips, experiential articles about Nathalie’s own continuing views on her everyday life, and travel and dining advice that is specific to her experiences eating out in NYC and dining, dancing and shopping her way around the world.

The Bon-Vivant Girl website

Future sections of the site will include information about The Bon-Vivant Girl workshops where women will have an opportunity to “get personal” with the original BVg as well as an online shop, which will feature a few highly-curated products to inspire and delight aspiring BVgs.

If You Are What You Eat, Should I Eat a Skinny Girl?Nathalie is the author of the 2017 title, If You Are What You Eat, Should I Eat a Skinny Girl? which encapsulates her philosophies and provides a road map for readers who are ready to disrupt their way of thinking and begin to live happier, healthier lives.

Translated from French, “bon-vivant” means “well living” and Nathalie has made it her mission to help others live well – just as she has done for herself. In the book Nathalie shares her experiences and struggles in a humorous and honest way that has inspired other women to take up the habits of The Bon-Vivant Girl.

Being a Bon-Vivant Girl is about taking action and living a rich, full life. If You Are What You Eat, Should I Eat a Skinny Girl? will show you how to love and accept yourself, and that “size doesn’t always matter” to a BVg.

Nathalie Botros, The Bon-Vivant Girl

To embrace The Bon-Vivant Girl’s attitude for yourself, visit www.thebon-vivantgirl.com.

The Bon-Vivant Girl logo

Today I can call myself a Bon-Vivant Girl, because I live my life fully. I travel, I go out, I party within reason, and most importantly I am happy. This is my new era and I want to share it with everyone.

Nathalie Botros, The Bon-Vivant Girl

Talking Points

  • Why do you call yourself The Bon-Vivant Girl?
  • How did your background in psychotherapy help you develop the attitudes and ideas that form the basis for creating the Bon-Vivant philosophy?
  • What did you learn about yourself during the process of becoming a certified health coach?
  • What was the impetus for launching The Bon-Vivant Girl brand?
  • In your journey you talk about sparkling periods and black periods. Tell me how you came to understand those different times in your life and how what changes did you make in your life to bring the two extremes into balance?
  • You are fond of saying “Size doesn’t always matter.” What does that mean to a Bon-Vivant Girl?
  • As part of your new brand, you launched a lifestyle website. Tell us about that. What’s the “Hungry for Happy” mission?
  • You mentioned a future section where you will offer curated items for people to buy. What types of products will you offer and why?
  • What do you see as the next steps for The Bon-Vivant Girl as a brand?
  • How does your first book, “If You Are What You Eat, Should I Eat a Skinny Girl?” fit into the message and mission of The Bon-Vivant Girl?
  • What is your favorite tip in the book?
  • What are some of the tips you’d like to share with women today to help them find the road to the Bon-Vivant life?
  • Perhaps the most surprising thing is that your website has sections dedicated to cooking, home remedies and tips. How do these fit into the overall BVg brand?

About The Bon-Vivant Girl

Nathalie Botros / The Bon-Vivant Girl is a certified health coach and psychotherapist who teaches women how to how to live their life to the fullest potential. She is a world traveler with a big appetite for food and experiences. Nathalie was born in Lebanon, raised in Turkey, studied in Switzerland, played and worked in Italy before eventually landing in New York City. Nathalie gained a considerable amount of weight when she moved to NYC and, after trying several unsuccessful diets, she decided to fuse her health coach training with her psychotherapist mind to blow up the pattern of binge and purge. She created a new approach for happiness – a pathway and a pattern that starts from what she calls being “Hungry for Happy.” This new attitude put her on the road to a happy and healthy life… a bon-vivant life.

Social Media Coordinates

web   www.thebon-vivantgirl.com
instagram   Instagram.com/thebon_vivantgirl
facebook   Facebook.com/thebonvivantgirl
twitter   Twitter.com/BonVivantGirl

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