They Won’t Understand Your Vision

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Hello Everyone!…Happy Monday! As I continue on my fitness journey, I have learned many things. I felt ups and downs, and even doubted myself. Although unsettled waters may arise, that does not mean that I will not sail the storm. We should all make an effort to take on the waves in front of us, and even though you are unfamiliar waters, the storm won’t last always. Don’t give up on your vision. I speak to myself and all of you tonight. You cannot lose sight of why you started on this journey in the first place. People may doubt you, talk about you, or wonder why you are still doing whatever it is your doing. Remember to press on. No one will understand you vision, and your purpose is not for them. It is for you. God gave you this path for a reason. There may be disagreements, and certain people may ignore you altogether, but keep pressing forward. Nothing can be a set back unless you make it, unless you want it, unless you pursue it with everything in your being. It has to be embedded in you like your DNA code. Your vision is for you and no one else! My father sent me a text message this morning that read…

“Here are 5 words that will determine if your ladies will have success in the quest for a healthy lifestyle and here they are: THE WILL TO DO IT!”

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The will to do it can keep me and you striving to our goals, towards our vision. I hope this helped someone tonight. It certainly helped me.

Stay dedicated to your vision. Stay motivated my friends.

Live. Love. Well & Fit.

 

Stay Sunny

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Happy Monday Everyone! As we inch closer and closer to the winter months, it can be easy to slip into those bad habits like sleeping to long, over eating, and not exercising. After all it is COLD!!! Although the thought of being at home cuddling on the couch all day consuming yourself with comfort food sounds great, it is not beneficial to your overall health. It may take more motivation than ever to get out into the sun and move that lazy winter body, so here are a few tips to stay active during the chilly months:

  1. Check the weather: Stay informed on the forecast to take advantage of those slightly warmer days so you can get out and workout.
  2. Dress appropriately: Nothing is worse than freezing while you are exercising. Tights, gloves, beanies, scarves, sweats, long socks, etc. Layer it on as much as you can without restricting your movement, and if you get too hot, you can peel off a layer or two.
  3. BE AWARE: It gets colder and darker faster in the winter months so be mindful of every element in your environment. Roads may be wet or slippery, so be careful out there. Wear bright colors or something with reflectors so you can be easily seen. Safety is always the name of the game!

So there you have it. Use these tips and you are sure to have a sunny winter! Be well everyone.

 

Live. Love. Well & Fit.

Fight On!

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Hello and Happy Thursday! When I workout, I find tons of inspiration from whatever is around me. The time spent running and walking really lets me clear my mind and think. Today I ran across the breast cancer survivor board seen in the picture above. What’s funny is I walk by this bored almost everyday, but for some reason today was the day it made me think. I’m pretty sure at one time or another we have all been touched by breast cancer whether it is ourselves, a friend, or a family member, and since it is breast cancer awareness month, it is a perfect time to talk about it.

Did you know that cancer is the most feared word on the planet? I personally know three breast cancer survivors. My grandmother and 2 of my aunts. They fought breast cancer and won. I thank God that they are all still here living their lives more beautiful than ever. I guess this is why this particular board touched me so much this morning. When it is personal, it hurts more, but when they come out in victory, it is that much sweeter. I could easily throw the facts of breast cancer out to you, but I’d rather encourage you. For all those women and men out there battling breast cancer, I say fight on! Survive on! Stay strong! With over 2.5 million breast cancer survivors in the U.S. alone, it is my advice that you don’t give up! NEVER; especially, with the love of God, all things are possible, and I pray that you all can be well everyday.

Live. Love. Well & Fit.

I do want to leave you with what to look for when conducting your own personal breast exam. If you see any of these signs and symptoms call you doctor immediately.

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