It’s been over a week since my adventure on Mount Whitney, and I’ve finally been able to thaw out my thoughts. In truth, I have no words to describe what it was physically like or how beautiful it was, but I’ve spent some time mapping out the lessons I learned throughout this process and I think they’re important to share.Read More
There are three ways we can move forward in our physical health, our emotional health and our business, by overcoming fear and doing what scares us.Read More
Are you waiting to see what happens or are you actively participating in the unfolding of your life?Read More
I remember the girl I was before I became a coach, and I feel saddened she waited as LONG as she did to take the leap of faith to begin her dream job. This job has tons of perks and I’ve compiled them into a list in hopes that someone like the girl I remember from two years ago, might be convinced that she can, in fact climb out of rock bottom and have a life and a job she absolutely loves.Read More
It is no secret that I do not like to cook. My domestic goddess skills went out door when I became a “single lady” and moved into a space I shared with others. As a health and fitness coach, I know how important meal prepping is. In the beginning of my wellness journey, meal prepping was what helped me stay committed and kept me out of the Starbucks drive-through. These days, I’m just not into spending hours shopping, prepping, and cleaning up, all to do it over again the next day. After years of trying new things, reading labels, and measuring my portions, I feel as though I have a mental list of the on-the-go foods and the out-to-dinner foods that support my lack of homemaker skills, while also supporting my health and fitness goals. Whether you’re enjoying a night out with your girlfriends, or having an “always on the go” type of week, I’ve compiled my top suggestions for balancing “treat yo’self” with “I’m a health goddess”.Read More
My morning routine sets me ahead for the day, instead of putting me in a reactionary mode. If I didn’t have a routine, I’d wake up, hit snooze a few times, scroll social media, and eventually roll out of bed dreading about the meetings that I’m ill-prepared for. Today I’m writing about my morning routine, in hopes that someone who is confused as to why their days just aren’t what they envision, feels inspired and gives it a try. As silly as it sounds, my morning routine truly transformed the blueprint of my success in the past year.Read More
This year, I’m flipping the script on my opinions of love, and honoring myself and all of the hard work I’ve put into personal development in the past year. The following practices are things you can incorporate into your daily life to ensure you’re giving yourself the love you deserve.Read More
They say 80% of people quit their New Year's resolutions by mid February. EIGHTY percent. That’s more than three quarters of people. When you made your New Year's resolutions three weeks ago, I bet you promised yourself you would not be a part of that statistic.
I’ve been there before. I’ve been in that 80%. Keeping to your goals is hard. Commitment takes work, accountability, planning, and a lot of other things that are hard to fit into our busy days.
This year, I promised myself I’d make my goals a priority. I got my shit together and forced myself into that 20%. Am I perfect? No. But I’ve stuck to them for 21 days, and I’m not dropping out anytime soon.
These are my best tips avoiding becoming a statistic and for actually achieving your goals this year and becoming the version of you you’re desiring to be.Read More