I decided to do the challenge in December for two reasons this year.
1. Highlight the fact that to some people, it will never be the right time for them to take the challenge. They can cite a special occasion or obstacle for any week of the year, from a cousin's birthday party to the weather being too cold. It's unfortunate, because if they just picked a time and did the two weeks, they would experience something life-changing that could put them on a healthier trajectory and give them even more weeks to extend their life.
2. I do these challenges for my own accountability purposes. Honestly, I'm not some fitness guru or health expert with cut abs trying to talk you into doing something that's easy for me. I'm a guy that has struggled with food addiction throughout my life and I've come to realize that I need accountability partners to keep me from going off the deep end. Doing these challenges and preparing worksheets and material that I give away for free is a lot of work, but it's worth it to me if I know someone else might be walking the same path as me.
So, if December isn't right for you, I completely understand, but nothing is stopping you from getting ready now for when the moment comes. Get the packet and follow along, so you can realize that the challenge isn't as hard as you think it is.