I have heard a lot of great leaders and coaches say that you have to, "buy in to the system" in order to be successful. Believe it or not they are not wrong. Believing in something has been proven to have positive effects on the believer. The problem today is that there are too many so called "leaders" "managers" and "coaches" using this term to coax individuals into performing tasks that are only beneficial to the leader and not the individual.
I am thankful and blessed this new year! May all of you be having a great Sunday. Its sunny here in Cali! Where ever you are hope you are enjoying the weather and happy to be alive!If you havent got that workout out in, get it done. Move for your heart!Love, Crystal.
We all know people that obsess with getting down to a certain weight. They measure and weigh every ounce of food that goes into their body, they are looking at their Fitbit every 3-minutes to calculate their daily steps all while their cortisol levels go up and up from the stress of trying to manage it all. To me, it would seem better if we took an approach of managing our weight instead of obsessing with reaching an ideal number.
Today or shall I say yesterday was great. I consumed green smoothies drank lots of water and I did have some taquitoes 2.5. I drink raw protein plant based. I am getting to like the gritty sand mild sweetness the raw protein gives. I've been drinking mint tea. Today I put a splash of coconut milk in it and can I point my finger and say Yumm.
I'm in bed writing. Normally I write from my office but I'm so cozy in my bed it's 12:36 am. Up watching Netflix - CT Fletcher, true story of man overcoming life's obsticals making his own dreams come true with out any excuses.
What is the best habit to initiate first when starting a wellness journey? That depends on where you are starting and where you want to go. The main thing is to start. Trying to overhaul your eating and exercise routines all at once can be overwhelming. Picture your enthusiasm to “get healthy” on January 1st. We often make a grand, although vague proclamation at the beginning of the year that we are going to eat right and exercise but slip back into our regular routines, often before the month is over. We know that we will feel