Over indulge Super Bowl weekend?
Feeling guilty for the sweet treats you consumed this weekend?
Perhaps you made a commitment to go the whole month of January with no booze & no sugars? And you were so happy you stuck to the commitment that you celebrated HARD this past weekend?
Totally get it. Same.
Instead of going on a 10 day juice cleanse, starving & being a hangry monster, I simply "crowd out" the toxins (bad foods/beverages/moral decisions) with real wholesome foods that not only aid in crowding out the bad, but aid in my digestion, mental clarity & boost my metabolism.
Because of digestive issues (yeast/bad bacteria overgrowth in my gut), I stick to a low carb lifestyle. The least amount of sugars entering your body, the better your belly will feel: little to no bloat! Whoohoo!
Sugar feeds cancer & these yeasts/bad bacteria, so I eat as low carb as possible-which means I eat a lot of vegetables! They're low calorie AND low...
"Hey Hey Kelly Here!"
I felt compelled to greet you with the words I say when beginning my workouts on Aaptiv so you could FEEL my presence.
As many of you know, I am no longer with Aaptiv; and if you didn't know...well now you do. My classes are still available in the app, but no new content is being released (You may have noticed).
I want to say "Thank You" for your support today & always.
When Aaptiv & I parted ways, there was actually a feeling of peace that came over me. I knew that I had touched thousands of individuals' lives all because of being a part of Aaptiv. The app brought me to You....and You brought me to pursuing my passion. And for that, I am at peace.
I now have time to help women (and men) worldwide FEEL again.
So often we suppress our emotions,...
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...
Girl, Chew Your Food!
I don’t have time to eat.
I never have time to eat breakfast/lunch.
I don’t eat breakfast.
I eat lunch at my desk.
I forget to eat.
Omg I like never eat a real meal-I’m lucky if I can scarf down a granola bar.
I eat all the things when I get home from work.
I’m so hungry!
Hangry. Yah I’m hangry!
Sound familiar? This You?
I was sitting at my kitchen table brain dumping ideas to call my next program while...
Writing like a maniac all the thoughts.
Scrolling the gram for inspiration.
Shoveling food in my mouth as if it was my last meal.
I don’t even know if I was breathing.
Firecrackers bursting in my head.
Then I stopped
Took a breath
And said, “Girl, chill. Chew your food.”
And that was it... !
I realized I was doing the exact opposite of what this program is all about! We all do this.
We are all guilty of the grind, hustling, frantically working to finish a project, running errands without...
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...