Note to Self: Stop Playin'

Committing to a healthy lifestyle can be challenging. Some of us have to completely overhaul our way of living. We have to unlearn all the unhealthy habits that we grew up with and learn an entire new set of habits. It’s not easy. When I am working with my clients I stress the importance of baby steps. Change one thing at a time so the process won’t feel so overwhelming. Baby steps can also be a challenge because everyone wants everything RIGHT NOW and baby steps means slower results. That’s why you see all these 21-day programs, or advertisements that scream “Flatten your belly in 7 days!” The only problem with those quick fixes is that the results don’t last. I was in the best shap

Thirteen Point One

I did it y’all. I set the goal. I worked my butt off. I reached the goal. To say that I am proud of myself is an understatement. Four years ago, when I first attempted this goal I did it for all the wrong reasons. I was caught up in other people’s hype. I hated every second of training and eventually I quit. I quit when I got to 11 miles. So close. For the longest time I told myself that long distance running was not something I needed or wanted to do. I was comfortable running my 3-5 miles. Then I had to stop lying to myself. Being comfortable is fine but for me, that often turns into complacency and I’m looking for another challenge. I hated the fact that I quit, and I had to

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