Struggling with Your Nutrition?

Do you often struggle with your nutrition?

Have you ever considered these 3 things that constantly work against us as humans?

Biggest Misconception for Weight Loss

Sharing one of the biggest misconceptions when it comes to weight loss!!

Have you believed this too?

6 Reasons You Might Fail with Your Fitness Resolutions

Did you make fitness resolutions for 2019?  If so, I really hope and pray you achieve your goals!!  Unfortunately, many people make those goals only give up by February.

Here are 6 pitfalls I want you to consider so you don’t fail this year…

5 Tips to Improve Belief in Yourself

BELIEF! Do you believe you can achieve XYZ?

Without belief, it’s going to be hard, if not impossible, to reach your goals.

How can you change your mindset to believe in yourself?

Here are FIVE tips to improve your belief!

Do you want to get fit or lose weight but you’re just too afraid to do it?

Do you want to get fit or lose weight but you’re just too afraid to do it?

🔹Are you paralyzed to get started?
🔹Are you defeated before you even begin?
🔹Do you disguise your fear as being “too busy”?

Let me give you some motivation as we start the week…

 

How to Get More of the Important Things Done

The following videos were created in my free group, “How to get more done in 2017”.

These videos will do JUST that.  Teach you techniques that will help you get more things done that are in line with your priorities so you have more peace and happiness and the life you desire!

In the videos I talk about this group and commenting in the group, but since you’re just watching the videos online, maybe you can watch them with a friend and share with one another?  Accountability is KEY!

Here we go!

Day 1: Getting started!

Welcome to day 1 of “How to Get More Done in 2017”! Here is a little background into our group and a short little homework assignment.

 

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List of Personal Development Books

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5 dimensions of personal development: spiritual, emotional, mental, physical, social

I used to look at personal development books and think they were cheesy.  But when  I became a Beachbody coach, they kept talking about the importance of continually growing yourself through these kinds of books.

I decided to put away my own pride and start reading my very first PD book called The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy.  It only took about 10 pages before I realized this stuff was extremely powerful.  Now, my goal is to read personal development every day along with my daily quiet time with God.  Here’s a good list to get you started.  Some are business related, and others are about improving your life, mindset, marriage, time management skills, finances, etc. Remember, choose an area that you feel weaker in so you can strengthen that area of your life!  Happy reading!

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5 Ways to Increase your Motivation

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Lately we’ve been talking about feeling motivated (or feeling completely unmotivated) in one of my challenge groups.  It’s definitely hard to stay motivated for weeks on end.  How do you keep up the same gung-ho attitude on week 8 that you had in week 1?  Honestly, you have to work at it.  In the beginning it comes naturally, and you’re ready to give it all you’ve got, but once you’re settled into your routine, you sometimes have to trick yourself into feeling motivated.

Please know that it is completely normal to feel your motivation go up and down.  Truly what matters is what you do (and don’t do) when you feel your motivation waning.  Take a look at some tips that can help you get your groove back.

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My Journey – From Self-Critical to Self-Confident Part 3

So here it is, peeps…my third and final installment of my journey from self-critical to self-confident.

Wondering what else could possibly happen?  If you read part one and two, you now know that my prayers were answered about my body image, raising my confidence through the roof and putting an end to my self-criticism, but my story doesn’t end there.

There was another aspect of my life that was causing me anxiety (yes, more, I’m finding I was quite a mess). I’m such a planner and somewhat of a control freak, so it made me super anxious to think about what my future had in store for me in terms of a job. Continue reading

My Journey – From Self-Critical to Self-Confident Part 2

You know, being on a journey is an interesting thing.

There are ups and downs, steps forward and steps backward.

But in the end, it becomes clearer why each step is important. They test you, show you where your weaknesses are, and make you stronger. I appreciate these steps much more at the end looking back, of course, but I truly realize that each one is an important piece to the puzzle.

It was October 2012 when I made the decision to give control over to God to help me be less critical about my body.

For a year I tried so hard to stop thinking about myself and instead focus on what was important in life: my kids, my husband, my relationship with Him. And things started coming around for me. I wasn’t nearly as critical as I was before, but I still wasn’t confident in my body.

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