Eat More, Weigh Less?
"I HAVE TO LOSE THIS WEIGHT!!"
"I've been working out a lot and eating healthy but I'm still struggling to lose weight..."
First, how long have you been working out 'a lot' and eating healthy?
Second, what does "eating healthy" mean for you?
Lastly, working out a lot? What does that mean? 30 mins 6 x a week, or like an hour of cardio followed by an hour of HIIT or weights....6 x a week?
The later? working out waaaaaayyyy too much unless you're strategically training for the Olympics or a Bikini Comp.
GIRL, please stop.
You're not only overdoing it, you are (could be) doing detrimental things to your health. I know because it happened to me and I do not wish any of the consequences on anyone else.
I restricted calories & restricted myself from eating other nutrient dense foods.
I became obsessed with working out because that's what you did to lose weight.
I'll be the first to admit that I've had...
5 Tips for a Do It Yourself Photo Shoot
1) Think of a how you want your program to look, how you want it to feel, and how you want your clients to feel as they go through your program.
Ask yourself: How do I want my program to look? What colors will represent the program best? How do I want the program to feel? happy, fun, light, simple, peaceful, powerful, empowering, soultry, masculine or feminine, etc.
2) Create a board on Pinterest reflecting these ideas: look & feel. For an example, check out my latest board for my Girl Chew Your Food program. I wanted it to be girly, flirty, fun, light, pink, feminine, and celebratory.
3) Go through your closet & rooms pulling clothes & items that are in the color scheme you chose for the program. For example, as you can see in the Pinterest board I created for Girl, Chew Your Food, the color scheme is pink, whites, and gold. So I pulled all the clothes and objects in my house that were...
What was the scariest thing you've done?
How did it make you feel?
Were you excited? or 'poop your pants' frightened?
In July of 2017, I decided to resign from a 9-5 sales job. Insert a "WTF" moment. It was by far the scariest, yet most exciting time of my life. I was actually listening to my freaking soul!
Honestly, I should have left that job years before but I was comfortable & content. I never had work to do outside of work. I grew a network of friends. Seems easy right? Well, since college, I've always had this "hustler" mentality; always loved making more money, "fun money". Why didn't I just get another full time job that paid more? Hm... that's a good question.
The reason: I didn't know what I wanted to do, so leaving the sales job to go train for another big corp position did not seem too appealing for me; especially when I was trying to run a side health coaching business as well.
The thoughts: "If I quit this job, and start working for another company; the training is...