I have the great blessing of coaching and helping others on their journey to a healthier lifestyle and I am on that journey too. It's not always easy and there are struggles along the way and right now for many it is a time of struggle. Coming off the holidays and into the new year. Maybe starting off strong and then falling off, wanting to get back on track and stumbling more than we'd like. Knowing spring is around the corner and wanting to get there strong......whatever the reason or wherever we are in the process I think we can all relate at one time or another.
This morning I shared the following thoughts with my group:
I was thinking about how sometimes we all get to a point when it's difficult to shake that downhill trend.
You know doing good for a few days, then sliding off a bit, getting back in and kind of that cycle. And where at one time or another we have been able to pull out for a good long stretch of going in the direction we want to be going in without frequent side tracks or derails that can set us back from our goals.
And I was thinking about some of the things that I have learned from 2B Mindset and Ilana.
So I wanted to share a few thoughts I had this morning:
One - A consistent breakfast. A couple of staple breakfast choices that we can go between but that keep us on a steady path and help us to get the day started right and with us feeling full and satisfied in the thought that we will keep it going throughout the day.
Two - Weight loss Mode. In short speak, MINDSET. Keeping the goal of losing weight at the forefront of our mind and having that be the choice maker when there are temptations, meal choices and derailing behavior that comes our way. And if you hold tight to faith, use it, look to Jesus and if you feel at that moment you are not strong enough to make the healthy choice, let HIM make it for you and just go with it. Tell yourself, there will always be other opportunities to indulge, to treat, to step off the weight loss platform. BUT THIS TIME, "I am going to stay the course" not going to vere, not going to cave, not going to "treat" just yet. I'm going to FROG it!! FROG - Fully Rely On God. And I am going to proudly walk the weight loss road. In my mind, in my heart, in my actions.
Three - Openness to learning. Learning to lose weight is a LIFE SKILL and its going to take effort. Yes, we put in a LOT LOT LOT of effort, but if we are finding ourselves slipping, shifting, not able to get a good hold, we have to take a look at it. Are we really putting in all the effort that we can? Are we giving it 100%, 100% of the time. If I am honest with myself, it is a resounding NO and the scale is in my face to prove it. So I can continue to resist and not acknowledge I'm not fully in 100% or remind myself I don't have to like it or even want it at the moment, maybe I want to be rebellious, all good, but that changes nothing, I'm still going to do it, because I don't have to "feel" like it, I just HAVE TO DO IT! And that means learning new ways to look at things, new behaviors that replace the old ones, the old narratives that I have been telling myself. Learn new stories, be open to hearing them, go back through videos, research, google, so things to enlighten my mind to hep me keep my attitude positive, to strengthen my mindset so that it is serving ME in the way that I want it to, in helping ME to achieve those goals that I SAY I want. Plain and simple, it's going to take effort and consistent effort at that, even when I don't want to or feel like it. I am going to have to do it ANYWAY!
Four - Be unshakeable, Be secure in what your doing, do not allow yourself to talk yourself into veering from your course. No matter how HANGRY we get, no matter how we want to soothe a hurt, pain, feelings and a suck day. Find other ways to soothe than food, a walk, a talk with a friend, a trip to get nails done or a massage, sitting in nature, sitting quietly and reading a book, listening to music, diving into an organizing or cleaning project, exercise, a workout, a self-help video or motivational one, anything that takes the mind off of indulging or treating when a treat is not the best thing right now. Self care and resolve to not let anything move you from your goal. get to the root of what is driving the desire to jump the rails and face it head on. Get a long drink of water, sit with a warm cup of tea, meditate, pray, walk away. Remind yourself what and why you are doing what you are doing and how good it feels on the other side of it. BE UNSHAKEABLE. BELIEVE!!
I write this reminder, this cold February morning as much for me as for you.
And the rest I wrote was personal to our group. Support is key and that is truly the foundation of our group. We have a quick check in once a week and a regular Saturday morning chat where we share about our week, how we are doing, areas that we are doing well in and areas where we struggle. It's so much more, we have become a family and we support each other in ways that go well beyond making healthy meal choices. If you want to make healthy changes and join us, I'd love to help.
WOW, WOW, WOW
So much to say about this but I'm keeping it brief and providing you with a link that can answer your questions and provide you with more information.
I learned about Anthony William the Medical Medium and the benefits of drinking fresh Celery Juice from a friends post. I almost discarded the idea without looking further into it. Mostly because the idea of drinking celery juice was not at all appealing to me and also because I thought this may another fad.
But knowing that my friend isn't into fads, is health conscious and does her own thorough research. And then taking the time read the comments on her post of others who were starting the day with fresh celery juice and following various methods recommended in these books
I was intrigued and decided to dive into a little research myself. After looking into the Medical Medium, Liver Rescue and Life Changing Foods and scanning through the information and excerpts from the books I downloaded the Medical Medium on Audible and all three books on Kindle and in no time was more than halfway through the first book.
We made a decision a few years ago to live a healthier lifestyle and have been making strides in that direction with our nutrition and exercise. I also prefer a natural and holistic approach to nutrition and healing and enjoyed reading about Anthony William's journey.
So we decided to give celery juice a try and we are loving it.
We now have a whole new arsenal of healthy recipes to add to our already lengthy list and we have been drinking fresh celery juice first thing in the morning for over three weeks now.
Both John and I are amazed how one simple addition to our morning routine has increased the energy we already have from our shake. And how the celery juice and the other tips from these books compliment and add a multitude of additional health benefits to an already healthy lifestyle!!
This article from the Medical Medium about the top 21 questions on Celery juice is a great place to start if you want to learn more. It's a bit long, but in my opinion covers a lot of ground and is totally worth the read.
We are capable of so much more than we think or know.
If I never took that first step towards self care a few years ago my life would look a whole lot different today and I sure as heck could never have jumped while doing a burpee, let alone 11 of them in a row as an added challenge at the end of a half hour workout.
I would also never known the blessing and joy of serving and mentoring others with their health, lifestyle and business goals. And the grace of helping them tap into their own beauty and greatness.
I am so grateful that I have learned to challenge myself and stretch beyond my own self limiting beliefs to bring out my best self, live intentionally, increase my self-knowledge and confidence and walk in my purpose serving others.
It didn’t come naturally, I work at it every day because I AM worth it, I was made for a greater purpose.
You are too, and if you want to figure out your purpose and tap into your greatness, then we should chat because I can help. 📲
Have you ever taken a spontaneous trip or had a little adventure that turned out to be one of the best times ever?
That was us celebrating our wedding anniversary in 2015. We started out with a long weekend at the Cape and had a wonderful side trip for the day to Martha's Vinyard. Then on Labor day we headed back home with a week off and no specific plan.And as we found out, sometimes those spontaneous vacations are the BEST! This one was for us.
The day after we were back from Cape Cod we had a relaxing morning and slept in and on a whim decided we wanted to go out for a late breakfast and take a drive to the White Mountains even though it was approaching mid day.On our way we found a great place to eat and then headed north. We began and as it turns out ended our day at Lost River, in large part because we got there so late in the day. We walked and hiked the whole trail taking our time and enjoying every view along the way. What a blessed trip it was, and what a blessings as I was on a healther journey and because I had been working out was in great shape for all the walking and climbing we did that day. We spent the whole afternoon there and in fact they close at dusk and we were one of the last to leave.Next came a drive along the Kangamangus Highway, a beautiful stretch through the mountains of New Hampshire with little watering holes and campgrounds along the side of the road that climbs to high elevations and has spectacular viewing places along the way. Our goal was to catch the sunset at one of the higher viewing levels along the way and to eventually get some dinner since we hadn't had anything but water since our late breakfast. The sunset at one of the lookouts was gorgeous and we spent some time there taking it all in. And being so grateful for God's beautiful creation and that we lived in such close proximity to so many wonderful places. Instead of turning back to head, we continue to drive the long drive through the Kangamangus all the way around to North Conway.It was close to 9 PM when we got into North Conway. We were hungry and tired and still several hours from home. And as it turned out noticed that we were driving right by a place we stayed before called Adventure Suites. Adventure suites is a small fun boutique and Inn style hotel with themed rooms and hot tubs and two person jacuzzis in each room and it is located on the main road in North Conway.
We made a spur of the moment decision to stop for the night. No overnight bags, change of clothes or anything with us. Neither of us had ever done anything like that before and truth be told it was kind of fun to be able to just walk in and ask if there was a room available. As it turns out they had several, beginning of the week after labor day, at least for us was a good time to travel.
The Innkeeper showed us a few rooms. We had stayed in the roman and european spa rooms before. It was a toss up between the Love Shack Suite with its disco, psychedelic theme and Love Shack song booming over the room speakers and the New York New York Penthouse Suite with its own putting green in the room, lady liberty on the deck and the crooning voice of Sinatra singing the theme song. The putting green won out and without even a change of clothes, toothbrush or deodorant. All things we found could be purchased at the 7-11 down the road, change of clothes of course excepted. We ordered dinner from a local restaurant and brought it back to the room to enjoy and followed that up with a relaxing night and soak in our in room jacuzzi tub soothing those sore muscles from all the walking and hiking of the day at Lost River.The next day we continued the spontaneous adventuring and made our way to the Castle in the Clouds and spent a full day walking, exploring and discovering the beauty of estate and of course a delicious lunch. We took this picture while on our way up the Castle, there are walking trails and spots to take in the views and explore the grounds even before you get to the Castle. We took in every treasure along the way and that's were we took this picture.
A few weeks ago I was looking at some pictures and thought, how cool, we are celebrating our 7th wedding anniversary this year and we have so many many pictures from our anniversary trips and adventures over the past 7 years so I chose a different one to post as the cover on my facebook page every day. In doing that, it reminded me of the many many blessings there are in our life together and the gift that my beloved is to me, a true gift from God and one that I cherish, appreciate and am grateful for every day.
I also know with all my heart that we make our memories in the way that we live our lives every day and every moment of each day. We don't need spontaneous trips and aventures to make things special, for me it is having gratitude in my heart for all things, the joys and the challenges, they are all opportunities to grow closer to God and for me to live my purpose and be the woman that I was created to be.
But I can't help but also look back at the experiences, the planned, the unplanned and spontaneous an be grateful and thankful for every one.
This picture reminded me of one of our most memorable spontaneous anniversary adventures. And as we celebrate our 7th this year and God willing every one that the good Lord will give us after that I can't help but be excited for what is now and for that which is to come.
But I will tell you this, I believe that those memories and moments that we look back upon with fondness and remembrance will always be there an they will always make themselves if while I am in THIS moment I fully focus on being fully present in the moment that I am in right now. And that is just what I plan to do.
Only God knows what will be there to share in years to come.
And that holds true for us all. My prayer for you today is that your day be filled with grace and blessings and that you are fully present to witness every precious moment.
A few years ago I was talking with someone who was very much in to health and nutrition, juicing and making their own natural remedies.
We got on the subject of water and he said that "cancer cannot survive in an alkaline environment but can thrive in an acidic one". He said he only drinks water with a Ph level of 7 or above and it got me thinking. It also caught my attention because I have a spiritual Father who has for years promoted an alkaline rich diet. So I started to do a bit more research and came to the conclusion that there isn't much scientific data to conclude or make that statement that he made, but there is enough evidence to suggest that keeping a Ph level that is non acidic and more Alkaline contributes to overall better health.
And I love my water and have long before I met Ilana and so a few years ago I started making little changes. So if you know me, like my beloved does, you know that I am a water snob. I refuse to drink Dasani and will opt for anything but, I keep Fiji by my bed and I drink it first thing in the morning and at night before I got to bed ( yes, I drink water before bed) and for economical reasons its usually belmont or poland springs. I have no interest in any of these companies by the way, I'm just sharing my routine.
And I love ( though I often suffer through drinking it down) my power greens because they not only get me a full plus serving of veggies, that I can drink in an instant, they help maintain an alkaline Ph.
My friends food is fuel, water is life, we need both. Make good choices, make the best ones for you, your lifestyle, your nutrition and health needs and goals and of course your budget.
My point, dig in, do some research, arm yourself with knowledge and be your own best advocate.
I kicked my high diabetic levels to the curb by changing my diet, my routine, adding exercise and changing my lifestyle. If I am not vigilant in keeping up these healthy changes I can be back there in an instant.
It is all about making choices. And i's about loving and caring enough about myself to take good and precious care of myself.
Because when I make the choices that are mindful and loving to the body I have been given, I am not being selfish I am being self-caring and there is BIG difference.
Making the self-caring choices that align with being my best and healthiest self, and taking care of me, means that I am able to serve others, to care for others and do for others in ways I am not able when I'm not at my physical best. When I am at strong in my body, confident in my skin, I am capable of doing so much more. I can serve others and rise to the daughter of God that I was created to be, the woman, the friend, the sister, the leader the student.
And being the student this morning I found this quick video thought it was a great way to illustrate the Ph in water.
How did I get to this from sharing about what water I drink...... well it's all connected right? And one roles right in to the other, mind, body, soul and spirit.
There is so very much I could say and I think in one post or another I have said it all.
I didn't go from having type 2 diabetes and taking 4 metformin pills a day, pills for neuropathy and high cholesterol to reversing my diabetes and NO pills save for allergy controllers by sitting on the sidelines.
I didn't go from low self esteem, lack of confidence, a negative and loathing self-image, depression and daily bouts of fear, anxiety and insecurity to woman of courage, confidence, love and joy by sinking deeper into the mire. Instead with every breath I struggled to step out, and with every passing day I learned to manage and overcome the struggle.
My faith is what has carried me, it got me through a dark and dangerous time in my life and grace saved me for without it, I KNOW without a doubt that I would not be drawing breath today and here to share this glorious journey with YOU.
It's been a long road and the dust is far behind me. But the struggles are not. Grace is I've learned how to navigate the journey with the Jesus leading and guiding the way.
And the journey is not only a joy, but a blessing. And today I can not only focus on the inside but the outside to shed the weight that I gained as protection, solace and comfort years ago. It did not come on in one day, and it's not going to go that way either.
And I'm good with that because I'm on a journey and I am sharing it with amazing people.
Every day and sometimes every moment of every day, I lift my eyes to the heavens and to my Jesus and wrap myself in my faith, for I know that is where my strength comes from.
When people notice the weight that I have lost they want to know what I am doing. But most aren't will to make the investment in themselves that I did.
And it's all good, because no one can help you if you are not willing to help yourself.
But I will always continue to help myself, those that I love and those that want to be helped and those that I serve.
So to YOU, who maybe wondering what and how I am making the these lifestyle changes.... read on.
I share Jesus and my faith.
I drink my shake every day. It has the nutrients of all the fruits and veggies I need. It gives me dense nutrition, vitamins and all that I need to fuel my body that I could never get in the food that is available today unless I was growing it myself. And it tastes like a treat, and sometimes I make it like ice cream and that satisfies my sweet tooth. But the best part is that it keeps up my energy, helps my digestion, curbs my cravings and keeps me full. And it has unexpectedly reduced our grocery bill because it replaces a meal or a snack every day.
I eat everything and anything I want, with balance, moderation and mindfulness with my goals in mind. I fluctuate between weight loss mode and maintenance mode and I've learned how to do it without undoing all my good efforts.
I keep my body moving and I workout. I don't love working out, but I love the results I get so I do it and I love that I do it.
I focus on my mindset, personal growth and personal development and in being and becoming the best version of ME that I was created to be.
I remain accountable to myself and to the people I serve and with joy in my heart and joy in the journey provide value, inspiration, motivation and community to help guide them to achieving THEIR goals and discover THEIR own beautiful greatness on THEIR journey to THEIR best life, THEIR best self.
Isn't it time YOU got off the sidelines and took a chance on YOU.
If no one has told YOU, then let me tell you this:
I BELIEVE in YOU.
YOU are unique and special
There is greatness in YOU
YOU are limitless if YOU can get beyond your own limiting self beliefs and I can help you do that
YOU can be and do anything you want.
YOU can change the narrative of YOUR life, improve YOUR health and do the things YOU dream of
YOU are a CHOICEMAKER and I can help YOU figure out the best plan for YOU to achieve YOUR goals.
WE get one shot at this life, it is amazing and beautiful and wondrous and filled with blessings, grace, opportunities, challenges and struggles.
OUR perception and the way in which we handle those challenges and struggles is what makes the difference.
Get off the sidelines, join me and our amazing success group of THRIVERS as together we squeeze out every bit of joy on this fabulous journey.........and yes we enjoy a nice glass of vino along the way too.
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Last week it was the chimney this week the tree that went down during the last storm.........our trip to Italy 🇮🇹 and the pool have shifted to the back burner, that’s what happens when unexpected things arise.
But you know, it’s all good and we are pretty good at making lemons out of lemonade and finding gratitude in the journey!!!There was a time that my stress level would go through the roof when something unexpected happened and we weren’t financially prepared.We’ve lived the delays in fixing things till we could manage it. Juggling credit cards that were maxed, paying this and holding back that, figuring out how we are going to put gas in the car, keep up with the mortgage, pay for groceries and make ends meet.It’s not easy and if both of us go back to a time before we married, we could share some truly difficult financial times and stories.Thanks be to God we have managed to work things out with a little part time income. It can make a world of difference. Especially when those unexpected expenses come calling.Maybe you can relate, maybe you can’t. What I know is that time is precious and fleeting and having freedom of time and more financial freedom and flexibility than we’ve had in the past reduces my stress level and gives me piece of mind.And I like being my own boss, making my own hours and living a mission that I am passionate about.It’s not easy or for the faint of heart, it takes sacrifice, resourcefulness, consistency and determination to stay the course when your so exhausted you want to throw in the towel. It’s those times I hold on to the freedom we’re experiencing today.Yup, a new chimney and taking down fallen and dead trees isn’t our idea of spending hard earned money on travel or leisure or even the basic necessities, but it’s gotta be done. And how grateful we are that we’re able to do it.Gotta love a side gig, platform and income that allows you to help and mentor others while working on being your best self.I’m always looking to mentor and expand my team but it’s a process, like anything it needs to be the right fit.If you want to chat about it click on this application
This morning my beloved and I hosted a Live Video with a reveal on some exciting news.
And it got me thinking about how until the past few years I had been living within a very comfortable "comfort zone" of my own choosing.
And how that all changed when I started my "Joy in the Journey" and found a platform to share my voice. In the process, I have become more confident in my skin, comfortable in sharing my story to help others and the author of the narrative of my life with the Lord's guiding hand.
And I have found the courage to push myself beyond my comfort zone diving into and seeking personal growth, self-awareness and understanding through prayer and a commitment to personal development and living a balanced and healthy lifestyle. And I discovered a passion, mission and desire in mentoring and helping others on their journey.
If I had never taken that first step, and then the second, I never would know the joy I have today, and I would have never discovered and developed the innate gift and talent within me to make a difference not only in my own life, but in the lives of others. Like with anything, there is risk and there is the fear of failure. But I have learned to trust, to listen to the voice deep within that guides me and rest assured that all will be well, that I have all that I need to figure things out and that I will always be equipped to carry out whatever I am called to do.
And when I think about it, the risk of the status quo, hunkering down in my "comfort" zone and "wishing" inside but not taking action and actually doing what I know I am called to do is the greater risk. Because that would mean that I am not living my purpose and doing all that I can and have been charged with to be the best version of the woman that I was created to be. Because "It's not fear of failure that should run your live, it's fear of living your whole life and never experiencing your dreams"
And maybe on a rare occasion a dream will fall into someone's lap....................certainly it happens, but not in my world and it's not been my experience. And frankly I don't think it's been that way for any successful person I know.
What do I know about following dreams, making changes, living your purpose .......
🌈 It takes hard work, grit, consistency, staying the course when others bail and getting back on track when we venture off.
🌈 Like our health journey, making changes, following our dreams, is all about doing the work, accountability, dropping the excuses and changing trajectory when things aren't working instead of giving up.
🌈 It's about digging deep, getting to know yourself, facing reality and daring to work on yourself while staying positive and making yourself into the best possible unique and wonderful version of YOU that YOU can be.
🌈 We are choice makers, we are not defined by our circumstances of life experiences, we are the authors of the narrative of our life story
🌈 It extends to every aspect of our lives, mind, body, soul and spirit and its as available to each of us as our next breath when we trust and begin to live our lives with intention and purpose.
🌈 You have to have a driving force, a personal "WHY". That means digging deep, figuring out what it is that will drive you long after the desire to do the thing you started has left you. It's what you must tap into during those times when you would rather be doing something else, when the going gets hard or you just don't have the energy or the desire to do the things or take the actions that must be done to get to your goals. Your "WHY" will help you keep your focus
🌈 It's not easy, if it was, everyone would do it. It takes effort and mindfulness and deliberate and intentional actions. And often it is doing things we know we should do when we'd rather be doing something else. And so much more....
🌈 It's not going to happen overnight, and it may never happen at all if you never take that first step..... and even if you do, it may not......there is the rub but in the process if you are open, trusting, faithful, positive and always moving forward it can't help but benefit you and those around you and who knows, you may discover a new dream in the process.
🌈 There is greatness in every soul, we are limitless. It is our fear and our limiting self-beliefs that hold us back from living our purpose and realizing our dreams.
I have an index card in my office that I look at every day. It's part of my morning affirmations "Live with passion and purpose knowing I am doing what I was created to do and where I am meant to be, to make a difference, to live, love, matter"
My beautiful friends, dreams do come true. I'm living proof as I use this platform to make a difference in the lives of others. You can too.
I love this quote from Mel Robbins " You have been assigned this mountain so you can show others it can be moved"
Start thinking outside the box and your comfort zone. Ready to move that mountain?
The way I see it all we need need is faith as small as a mustard seed and belief, faith and trust in a God who can move the mountain.
Oh yes, the possibilities are limitless!!
I'm looking to mentor five women who are ready to ditch the status quo, dive deep, dream big and see what lies outside their comfort zone.
Is that YOU?
If so reach out, lets chat and see if we're a good fit.
Amazing things can happen when you make a decision to make healthy lifestyle changes in your life.
I made that decision four years ago, I started out really slow and it took me another 6 months to fully get on board, drop the excuses and give a real go.
Three months later my labs were coming back better, I was able to "reduce" some of my medications and within 6 months I was OFF all of them.
It's not easy, it's a lifestyle and not a diet, you have heard it all before. And if you want more the deets let me know, I will fill in the gaps.
In the meantime, if you are ready to Spring into Summer, then I would love for you to join my Joy in the Journey Spring into Summer Bootcamp.
You don't need to boil the ocean or figure it all out. It's all been done for you. I have a plan that works and I can help you fine tune it to work for you.
What you need is the desire to make the changes that you say that you want, a willingless to invest in yourself, starting with your mindset, an open mind and heart, an "all in" attitude, a proven program to follow, accountability and support and a great coach, yup, thats me.
I have a plan and five spots open in my Spring into Summer Bootcamp group. We need time to prep and get set up so if you want in and you want the details, get in touch with me before April 9th.
Time is wasting, what the heck are you waiting for? See these pictures, I am a work in progress, good news is I'm loving the journey and you can too!
My first thought when I see this picture is pure love. I adore these two beautiful women.
My second thought is how quicly beautiful sweet Gracie is growing from such a beautiful, thoughful, kind and gentle young girl into one of the most amazing young women I know. She makes me a very proud auntie.
And then I see my sister Marlene, she has given up facebook for lent so she won't see this for a bit, but I can't tell you how amazing this woman is, and if you know her, well then you know what I'm talking about a more beautiful and loving soul you will not find. She is a treasured friend and sister of my heart and I am so grateful to Jesus for bringing us together.
And finally I see the pictures as a whole. The three of us on family sleigh ride that I coordinated back in 2015, what a glorious day we had at a beautiful farm with a sleigh ride and time around the campfire with hot dogs, hot chocolat and toasting marshmellows.
With the bulk of the weight I was carrying I was self-concious and not very comfortable in my skin, everything was tight and being bundled up from the cold made moving an effort let alone climbing on and off the carriage. None of that took away from the beauty of the day and time together with those I love, but my weight was certainly a factor in everything I did. At the time I was on 4 metformin a day for Type 2 diabetes, and refusing to take the high cholesterol meds I was prescribed. I was dealing with the effects of neuropathy, so painful and numbing in my toes and a whole host of ailments and issues. The only thing I was was doing was sporadiclly drinking Shakeology which was helping my digestion, giving me bit more energy and helping me to curb cravings. It would be a good three months before I would finally pick up a program, start to follow a healthy nutrition plan and press play on a workout.
Fast forward to this January, and over two and a half solid years off ALL meds, no neuropathy, rocking programs and workouts and doing things I never dreamed I was capable of doing and though the scale might say I've lost well over 50 lbs, I have no idea beacuse I never went near a scale back then and did'nt start weighing myself until after I noticed I was losing weight. But you know me, I could care about the scale, I live in the non-scale victory world, that world is real, it affects how easily I breath, how I feel in my clothes, how my body feels and the strength and flexibility that I have gained.
So when facebook reminded me of this event in Febraury 2015 and flashed this picture and ton others at me, I not only can feel the difference, I can see it!
This is'nt a quick fix, its a lifestyle that lasts, that works and that can change your life and open doors you never dreamed you would ever want to walk through.
I am so grateful I trusted, I took that first step and look at me now baby, I'm running and dang proud of myself, not in a braggy way, in job well done and keep going way.
If you got through reading this, thank you.
If something resonates with you, please share it.
If you know you need to make changes in your life and you want accounability, message me and join me on the journey.
If you just don't know what you want to do, but know you need to do something, PM or call me, there is no harm in talking,
I don't bite and I'm not interested in "selling" you anything, what I will do is get to know what it is that you are lookng to do, share what has worked for me, and help you find what is the best path for you and your personal needs.
It's pretty simple, we usually already know for ourselves what we need, buttaking that first step is not always so easy and talking it out and having someone who understands is sometimes all we need.
And if you've gotten nothing else from what I've shared, just look at the pictures, I get it!!