“You only hit walls when you move out of
your comfort zone.”
I grew up in the gym. Literally…my mother owned one. And I knew from the get-go, I wanted in.
As a teenager, I had already begun to make fitness my career. And let me tell you – three decades in the industry will teach you a lot about the importance of self-love.
In fitness, and in every aspect of my life, I move with intention. In fitness, I find my power – and the confidence to shine from within.
After many years of diet and exercise, counting every calorie, and obsessing over the scale and the size of my jeans. One day I realized I DESERVED to feel good. We all do. We spend much of our time making ourselves small and accommodating everyone else, especially those of us who are mothers and caretakers.
What if I told you that having a daily list of specific actions is the real secret behind great health and wellness? When i was younger, I was told to go to bed at a certain time, wake up at a certain time, do my homework after school, eat dinner at a regular hour,
Consistency is key.
When you decide to do something, don’t sell yourself short by giving up early. Set a plan and stick to it. Then when you feel like giving up, dig deep and find the passion that motivated you in the first place. You’ll likely find what you’re really made of is really beautiful.