Loving ourselves can be hard sometimes. Loving yourself enough to take care of your health, body and mind is very important and definitely easier said than done. People sometimes struggle so badly that drastic medical intervention is needed because their life is weighing in the balance and at that point they no longer have very many options to become healthy.
What motivates one to take action and start living a healthier life style when there is no impending illness or health concern?
Love of oneself.
You deserve to be your BEST.
You deserve to feel your best.
You deserve to look your best.
You deserve to have energy.
You deserve to be healthy.
You deserve to feel light and move easily.
You deserve to take time for yourself.
You deserve to enjoy life.
You deserve to become what God intended for you to become.
You are amazing!
You have great worth!
We believe in you!
Trust us when we say we know it’s hard to find the time to workout. Lora and I dropped off our 4 year old boys at preschool class and decided at the last minute to meet at the park so we could get some walking in! It’s important to be flexible to make it happen even if it’s in the nooks and crannies of your busy day. It takes time to establish a work out routine. It takes commitment. It takes energy when you sometimes have very little left at the end of the day, and you have yet to get out of your pj’s because the day came and went so fast. The key is finding the time. Schedule it. Write it down on your calendar. Tape it to your wall so you see it everyday. Write down your goals everyday. When 500 of the most successful people in the world were interviewed, do you know what they all had in common besides wealth and success? They write down their goals 2 times a day! If you want to be in shape, write down your goals for that and take action. If you need help, email us for some suggestions: firstname.lastname@example.org
^ Aren’t these two just darling? ^
By simply putting your tennis shoes by your bed and setting your alarm 30 minutes early for the next morning is one way you can find the time to exercise the next day. Put those running shoes on and either walk or run one direction for 15 minutes, then turn around and come back home. Guess what? You’ve just exercised 30 minutes! Eventually you can build upon that, but it’s a great start!
xo, Tammy & Lora