Since April, I would say I started falling back on something I love and enjoy for myself.
I stopped worrying about getting up to work out. I wasn't necessarily watching everything I ate, and I stopped fully committing to coaching.
I could come up with 1,000 reasons why things changed...but does it really matter why?
When I started my journey last summer, I had never felt better about myself, about who I was as a mom and wife, and how I felt as a teacher... I just felt good!
I also felt good because I decided to become part of a team of people who have similar goals as I do and are so supportive and motivated, I couldn't help but feel good!
Now...let me tell you... hubby also supports me in everything I do...but felt good to have a team of people that understood exactly where I was and how I felt!
Paying the opportunity forward to others, as a coach, was one of the most rewarding and fulfilling part of the journey I was on!
When I stopped coaching, I felt the difference. I never really quit...I just let it fall. I think at the time...it was probably what I needed to do...BUT I noticed a difference in myself.
With coaching...I helped others in many ways...but providing support and accountability was a big part.
The thing is...my challengers provided this for me too! When I let coaching fall...it all fell!
The thing is...we all fall! It's not about that...it's about what you do to get back up after and move forward!
I told myself I had to go back to do things that make me feel good...coaching is a big part of that!
I've also really cracked down on my eating.
I've stopped drinking.
I've focused on PD-taking time to really listen to what I need to help myself grow.
I've also started investing in some products for my skin and make up to help me look good. Because if you feel like you look good, you feel good!
I also told myself that there are no more excuses...working out happens! Daily!!! I've also gone back to putting in the time I can to coaching because I really feel such a difference in myself when I am doing all those things that make up being a coach.
You never know what is going to have the biggest impact