If you’re following along, you may have noticed I’ve been at a hault. There’s no explination other than I’m new to consistent blogging. Last month I joined several others in my Young Living community and dove into the My Healthy Day Challenge. It was eye-opening, and I learned a lot about eating clean. I felt energized with 4 workouts per week. But after successfully completing this milestone, I admittedly caved. “My “diet” is over. Now I can celebrate!” Enter Superbowl Sunday. Pizza, dip, chips, cheese, cookies, some veggies, more chips. What!? Yea, I’m not proud. I ashamedly stepped on the scale and to my UTTER disappointment had put on about 5 lbs! I celebrated my accomplishment so nonchalantly, and honestly feel defeated.
I am not trying to hide anything here. Rather, I’m stating the TRUTH. I just went on vacation and had more cheat meals than I care to admit. When I arrived back in town I just felt unhealthy. I went to bed Sunday night without dinner. I wasn’t hungry. And to my surprise (and delight), I woke up at 5:30 a.m. for a bootcamp class that turned into a private training session. Living a healthy lifestyle is not about good choices here and there. It is about consistency. It’s about determination. It’s will power. It’s saying “no” (and “yes”) to become the best version of you!
I am thankful for friends and family who love me no matter my slip ups. I adore my Young Living community for rooting me on and being the best encouragers. If you feel stuck in a rut, you’re not alone. If you want to live a more healthy lifestyle (while creating financial freedom), I’d LOVE to help you! Simply leave your email in the comments section or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will be in touch with some information I know you will use.
Peace + Love,