With Intention

With Intention

Have you ever gone through the motions and then the next thing you know the day got away from you? Or worse. The week. Or even months fly by. Those goals that were set have now collected dust and were replaced by other pressing needs. Let's go deeper. Have you ever added something new to your plate in life and then the next thing you know, your connection with yourself got away from you? It can be anything that distracts you from being intentional with your life. A new relationship. A promotion. Social Media. Caring for others around you to an extent that you've placed yourself last in line. This is a loving nudge towards the mirror. Take a good look. You still exist. There is more to you than…
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Love Yourself

Love Yourself

VALENTINE'S DAY IS COMING. LOVE YOURSELF Have you ever got in your car in the and the windows are not clear? There is dew on the windows or the sun is so bright it brings a glare making it tough to see through. Squinting eyes and leaning forward are a few ways we try to gain a clear vision. Use your imagination now. Instead of dew or the sun... it is your "to do" list blinding you from a clear vision. It is directly in front of you so there is no getting around it. Cupcakes for kid's party. Check! Business Deadline. Check! Call the plumber. Check! Make my workout... Oops! Still in the window right in front of you. Still something "to do". Something not completed. Do we define…
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Work In Progress

Work In Progress

In my years of being a trainer, I have often heard "What is your favorite physical feature?" Or clients will share their favorite features and the infamous "trouble zones". Where there is a favorite feature, there is usually a "work in progress". From our thighs, or the last five pounds, to the love handles that we would "love" to leave. There is usually something we want to work on. When I became a parent, or any role that I am blessed to carry, my range of "work in progress" extended past physical features. With my little one, I am a work in progress with patience in knowing that "One more time Mommy" really means about 20 more times. It transforms into a moment of bonding, so working on patience to…
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