Supercharge Your Health & Wellness
3 Action Steps to Take Charge, Bust Out, and Break Free!
One of the most inherent patterns and deep rooted scars I encounter with clients is the neglect of self. There is nothing wrong with stepping back and taking a break from things and concentrating on yourself for a change. You can't fix everything that's broken and you will never make everyone happy. It's not only okay to pay attention to your needs, it's essential.
If you begin right now you will start seeing results one day earlier than if you wait until tomorrow. Take the first step today. No more waiting until Monday, or the first of the month; stop putting off until tomorrow what you can begin to do today. The smallest step in the right direction could end up being the biggest step of your life.
The only thing standing between you and your goals is that bullshit story you tell yourself.
Discover Nutrition Without Dieting
3 Action Steps to Eat, Drink and Be Prepared!
What you put in your mouth is well within your control. You have free will which means that you are completely responsible for all of your successes and failures. When you are responsible for every action you take and every decision you make, there is virtually nothing that you cannot achieve, taking responsibility for your actions equals success.
The most powerful tool to change your health is your fork. Every living cell in your body is made from the food you eat and the water you drink. If you consistently eat and drink junk food, you will have a junk body.
Let go of yesterday's mistakes. Move on and do your absolute best today!
Jumpstart Your Journey to Fitness
3 Action Steps to Cardiovascular Exercise, Weight Training, Flexibility & Balance
In order to lose body fat, look better, and feel energized, you must start moving! Stepping out of your comfort zone to begin an exercise program can be scary. Face your fears, the beginning is always the hardest part. You may have to dig deep; come to terms with the uncertainty, and direct all of your spirit and energy toward a bigger, brighter future.
People generally think of exercise in terms of physical health but do not consider its effect on mental health. Studies show that your body and your brain are connected. The more you work at getting your body in shape the more adaptable and responsive your brain becomes both cognitively and psychologically.
If you don't take care of your body, where are you going to live?