The day I “graduated” rehab. I was so sick and so tired and so frustrated with life. I was told I may not ever walk normally again. I may never gain complete function and coordination of my fingers. I felt doomed. I felt A LOT of self pity. It took me months to get out of my depression. I didn’t want to leave my house because I had to use crutch like devices to walk. I had to use the scooters at grocery stores. I was embarrassed. I gave up on myself. It wasn’t until recently that I started working out again. I had just given up on everything—including my health. A Beachbody Coach had sent me a message on Instagram and after while of contemplating if I wanted to do it or not, I said screw it let’s do this. I signed up that night for my first bootcamp and I haven’t looked back once. This was the best thing I have ever done for myself. Now I want to give back and help others reach their goals and aspirations. Don’t give up on yourself because I promise you, you’re worth it. Send me a message and I’ll talk with you and share how you can start your journey too. ❤️ #teambebold . . . . . . . . . . #nannybaby#chronicallyfabulous#positivemindset#dogmomlife#tiredaf#sjogrens#sjogrenswarrior#sjogrenssyndrome#spoonie#eds#ehlersdanlos#ehlersdanlossyndrome#paralyzed#hospital#rehabilitation#celiacdisease#multiplesclerosis#graduated#nannylife#nannyprobs
Today is a new day. Today WILL be better then yesterday. ☀️ . . . . . .