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Permission To Take Care of Yourself

Every year I’ve slayed my New Year’s resolutions, except for one: Reach my goal weight.

I had a gazillion excuses and never made any progress on this goal. “I’m too busy,” “I’m an entrepreneur,” “When things slow down,” “I’ll start next quarter,” etc. The list of excuses was endless.

Many of us have felt this way throughout our lives. Unfortunately, we have to get to a place where we’re tired of being tired, fed up with being fat, and empowered enough to actually do something about it.

For me, my journey to sustained weight loss started last year when I found Evolve. I was super stressed out about cooking healthy foods for my picky family (that’s another story for another blog post!) and finally told them to fend for themselves — mama was getting a chef. I was finally going to make my health a priority.

"Trainer + Keto = Amazing Physical Changes!"

I’ve learned over the years that only through self-care can I perform at my optimal level, show up strong and centered for my family, team and clients. Self-care comes in many different forms, but today I’m talking about your body.

Are you feeding it nourishing foods, taking it to the gym, soaking in a steaming hot tub, sleeping enough, and getting regular body work done? These bodies we’re in need love and attention just as much the other humans in our lives that we take care of. It’s time we put our bodies as top priority.

If not now, when?

In order to get results, we must make drastic changes. What does this mean for you? What needs to change in order for you to take the best possible care of yourself? Take radical action NOW.

“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” – Hippocrates

Permission Granted 

You have permission to take care of yourself. To say yes to nutritious, yummy, foods. Yes, to even tout a “personal chef” if you want to be fancy like me. If you’re not well taken care of, how in the world can you be expected to take of anyone else?

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