Red light action is about taking action through all the red lights until you get the results you want.
What if you let go of the idea that you're not good enough? How would that feel? Maybe you'd become a person that reconsidered the meaning of enough. Maybe you'd become a person who was okay with being enough.
You know what's really cool? It doesn't matter how "far" off the wagon you've fallen, it only takes ONE day to get back on track.
Happy Sunday! I hope you're having a great day! On Sunday's, I like to do alllll the planning for the week while I'm calm, relaxed and happy. Before I sit down with my hubby for our marriage meeting, I get my own things in line. Want to take a peek at my plan? Maybe it … Continue reading Sunday planning
Are you sitting there reading this slightly stressed over upcoming holiday eating opportunities? I want to offer you two things today. First, four strategies to use at your next party and one other post-holiday season strategy.
Today let's do a fun little goal exercise. I'm not sure about you, but my art skills are about on par with my first grader, so don't judge me. This exercise will take you about five minutes. Grab a piece of paper and a pen. 1a. First, I want you to draw you on the … Continue reading A fun little goal exercise
I think those extra pounds manifest in different ways in our lives. It's as if every pound represents an emotion or physical trait that is really hard to get over until it’s just GONE. It's like every pound is a pound of bad mood.
making health changes isn't as complicated as we make them. It's actually simple math. And math doesn't lie. We're always working from two angles, with two numbers if you will when we're trying to make changes. Your food/energy budget is all about the input and the output.
Instead, figure out what things you can do that ACTUALLY make you happy. That ACTUALLY bring you long-lasting, residual joy. Do those things instead. I've noticed many people feel their day is so out of their own control, the only time they can get some pleasure is their food choices. That's a really crappy way to live, and you all deserve better than that. Find more ways to infuse joy daily and you might find yourself turning to food/booze less.
There are all kinds of excuses we can come up with to not get fit or to not stay fit. Most are bogus. That’s some really tough love, isn’t it? Yet, I’ve trained with people who have serious, debilitating diseases like lupus, multiple sclerosis and fibromyalgia to name a few. I’ve worked with women going … Continue reading Make muscles, not excuses.