Simple formula for living

Live beneath your means.
Return everything you borrow.
Stop blaming other people.
Admit it when you make a mistake.
Give clothing not worn to charity.
Do something nice and try not to get caught doing it.
Listen more; talk less.
Take a 30-minute walk every day.
Strive for excellence, not perfection.
Be on time. Don’t make excuses.
Don’t argue. Get organized.
Be kind to unkind people.
Let someone cut ahead of you in line.
Take time to be alone.
Cultivate good manners.
Be humble.
Realize and accept that life isn’t fair.
Know when to keep your mouth shut.
Go an entire day without criticizing anyone.
Learn from the past.
Plan for the future.
Live in the present.
Don’t sweat the small stuff.
It’s all small stuff.

Healthy choices.

If you’ve ever been on a diet and failed, you will love how simple this is.
You are not required to weigh food, measure, count calories or keep a journal.

I love that it’s not a diet. Most of all I love my results and how I feel!
So glad I took a chance, I’ll never go back. Its all about healthy choices.

Why become the CEO of your own health?

For starters, who wants to be told how to live and survive? For me, I would rather have control over my health and THRIVE. I remember the days of suffering when I was so frustrated and had a laundry list of symptoms.

I felt like I was just a number or file at the doctor’s office. I was receiving no answers just methods to temporarily “mask symptoms” that were causing more symptoms. I was at such a loss and just wanted to live a normal life.

The moment I decided I was done and set out to discover what I needed to do for my own unique body, I felt free. It took a long time, a lot of self care, a strong support system, lots of education and discovery. I had to discover a lot about myself and through that process I discovered ME. How many people wait until they are sick to go to the doctor?

I’m not judging; I was one of them. When I discovered holistic health, functional medicine and prevention, it changed my life.

When I discovered the unique foods that nourished my body, I felt empowered and healthy.

When I discovered the importance of self care, I felt loved.

I chose food and a lifestyle change as my medicine and healthcare. This message is not meant to criticize or stir up politics, but empower you to take a stance in your health.

In discovering the things that are designed for your own beautiful bio-individuality. Don’t be afraid to ask questions about your health. Don’t be afraid to stand up and take responsibility for your journey.

I hear (and have felt myself) frustrations, I see people suffering and the lives I want to help change. It took me years to discover what healthy looks like–in all aspects of the wellness wheel. It’s more than just what we eat and exercise.

I became a holistic health & wellness coach to help others live a balanced healthy life with less time, frustration and lack of understanding. To help others on their healing journey- physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.

I encourage you to listen to your body, grow your knowledge and understanding, bump up your self care tank, work on a mindset shift and discover your own beautiful live life!

National Sunday Supper Day – January 13

Sunday Supper starts off as one day a week and soon becomes a way of life.

These days families are busy with after-school activities, jobs and homework. Sunday supper has been a disappearing tradition around the country and the Sunday Supper Movement aims to bring families back together in the kitchen and around the dinner table one Sunday at a time. National Sunday Supper Day is another step toward this goal.

The Three C’s of Life:

Choices, Chances, Changes.

Are you still looking back at the past?

2018 is almost a memory and if you want to live life on your own terms, you’ll want to focus your energy on the future! So ponder these questions:

1. What would make 2019 the BEST year ever?

2. What is one dream or one unfulfilled goal that keeps coming back?

3. What are one to three things that I want to accomplish this year?

4. If I accomplished all three, what would that mean to me?

5. Who else would that impact and how?

Don’t just let this precious time of the year pass you by without answering these questions!

This can be your BEST YEAR YET, but it won’t happen if you leave it to chance. Make the choice to live your best life on your own terms by starting today. “