Most people are complacent when it comes to their health. Although most people honestly believe that health is one of the most important things in life, their actions and even their other beliefs say different. So, why is it that most people are complacent about there health? I have a few theories. (more…)
“I can’t stand this body.”
“I am sick of my butt.”
“I hate the way I look in my clothes.”
“Why can’t I just look like her/him.”
“If only I lost 10 pounds I would be so much more attractive.” (more…)
Each year, most of us set New Year’s resolutions with great hope, motivation, and enthusiasm. Within a few weeks though, they become a distant memory and life goes on as it did before. Well, here is what some of the experts have to say about achieving success with your New Year’s resolutions:
- Get an accountability partner and send each other daily or weekly updates about your progress on your goal (your New Year’s resolution). Your accountability partner can be your best friend, (more…)
Last week I had the pleasure of interviewing Kelli Wilson, founder of A Simple Plan Consulting, as part of the Organize 4 Health program. Kelli shared with us extraordinary advice on getting organized, staying organized, and moving beyond the places where we get stopped. There was one piece of information that really stands out for me and I absolutely must share with you… during the call, Kelli spoke about motivation. What she said was incredibly simple and yet amazingly powerful.
Kelli said, (more…)
Thanksgiving is almost here and it certainly is a good reminder to stop and be thankful. Many of us spend our days full of complaints….. hardly ever just being thankful. I know I spend a large portion of my day doing, doing, doing and not enough time focusing on the things I appreciate in life and the things I am truly thankful for. This holiday season, I request that you take a few moments and begin to notice the things you have to appreciate.
To bring forth your thankfulness, I have a challenge for you— I am calling it the “Thankful Inventory Challenge.” I challenge you to begin to create a list of all the things you are thankful for. Build and build that list from now until Thanksgiving. On Thanksgiving day, when you are gathered with family and friends, share all or part of your list. Share it here with us too!!
I’ll start the list off with a few things I am thankful for — these are in no particular order:
My life, my kids, my family, my friends, my husband, my clients, YOU, organic chocolate , books, computers, my mission, kindness, lessons learned, lessons to be learned, kind souls, family gatherings, people out to make a difference in the world, ……….