The Wellness Warrior Blog#beabetteryou
We deny ourselves our voice when we deny our story. When we let the silence separate us from others, we inadvertently create voids rather than implementing building blocks.
I did something last month. I drastically changed my way of eating (woe) by cutting carbs and eliminating sugar. Yes, I went Keto and it isn't something I did lightly. As with most things I fall in love with, I am initially skeptical. So, I researched, I...
You are wonder woman and can manage your own fricken health, right? Wrong. Someone else may offer ideas you had not thought of.
The benefits are amazing and for the price, you truly can’t go wrong, considering you will receive all of the following benefits are in one little serving.
Looking back, Beth was networking without even knowing she was networking. To her, she was just being a friend for those who needed her.
After all, you can buy larger clothes, save money by purchasing generic coffee, you can sleep later if you don’t have to be at the gym early. Sound familiar? Subsequently, when the effort to move forward becomes shadowed by apathy, you can kiss your goal and therefore success, goodbye.
Between the stress, pace, and unplanned goodies, our bodies undergo a major transformation during November and December. That transformation isn’t usually one we are proud to show off.
Broken thinking creates negativity and fear. Until we consciously focus on our thoughts, we may have no idea where they are leading us.
So, with one week left until school starts, we grab our list and head to the nearest store for our supplies. Parking is easy enough and we bravely head into the store to find out that every other person in the parking lot is also in the school supplies section.
It’s easy to sit back and wallow in self-pity because we are not where we want to be in our life. Here is some free advice. STOP BEING A VICTIM! You are the result of your experiences; however, it is up to you to change your life.
Honestly, that pisses me off. I am so irritated that I would allow my own self-perception to limit the impact I may have on others. yet, I still get frustrated with myself when I am going to meet someone and I can’t find anything that looks “just right”. I forget that five years ago I was undergoing major surgery that required extensive recovery. Or that 7 years ago I have just given birth. My body has been through changes that apparently my mind has forgotten.
For me, fulfillment is an illusion. It is something people strive for when they continue to push themselves into new and scary adventures. It is something external that they strive for. Perhaps it is confused with recognition or accolades.
Is it worth it? YES! I will emphatically tell you yes, it is. WHEN you choose to invest in yourself ( because let’s be honest, when you purchase a business, you are investing in you) the benefits far outweigh the negatives. In most instances, when you purchase your business, you also purchase training and support.
Ok, let’s do some real talk here. I know how much I spend on coffee alone…take a look at your spending habits and figure out you can miss a few weeks. If this is important to you, you will make it happen.
As I am scrolling through FACEBOOK I see all of these absolutely adorable Valentine's Boxes for upcoming class parties. Therefore I can't help but wonder how everyone is getting their kids to participate. Are all of these other kiddos doing this freely? I have to...
“Most people have no time, maintain little knowledge of HOW to train, have injuries, and have not had professional assistance with their wellness”. After defining those key issues, he created a gym where he offers affordable options with direct professional assistance.
Bonnie loves that The Barre Code is designed to meet the unique needs of a women’s body. The Barre Code provides a low impact workout that can be modified for each individual’s own ability level. She understands that building strength is imperative for women, particularly as they age, for the prevention of osteoporosis.
While on the outside I smile and usually appear to have it all together, on the inside I question myself. Furthermore, I question my actions, therefore occasionally worrying about how others will perceive me. As a result, I have held myself back from my potential. I have allowed myself to be content, and to become complacent.