When was the last time you said “I can’t”
For a lot of us, we said it today. Maybe even multiple times.
I’m guilty of saying to myself:
I can’t- I’m not talented enough.
I can’t catch a break!
I can’t win!
I can’t ever be that pretty.
I can’t figure this out.
I can’t get home any sooner.
I can’t lose weight.
I can’t stand my boss.
I can’t start yet.
I can’t afford it.
I can’t tell my friend what I really think.
I can’t finish.
I can’t take a good picture.
I can’t step out without makeup on.
I can’t help but gain weight while on vaycay or over the holidays!
I can’t be on _______’s level.
I can’t find time.
I can’t because of a health condition.
The question is... CAN’T -or- WON’T
I used to put barriers and limitations on myself based on what I felt I deserved or what efforts it took to accomplish/be successful.
As if glass ceilings already didn’t exist... here I was locked in the prison of my comfort zone, and I threw away the key for the naysayers to find.
I chose to break free.
I chose to break the rules that want to put me back in a cubicle, tied to a phone!
I decided that I no longer want to go to a job where it was frowned upon when I went to the bathroom!
I decided that managing customer accounts wasn’t really helping impact people’s lives! Well, maybe the CEO.
I decided that I was tired of wearing a coat in a corporate office when it’s 80+ degrees out.
I decided that I wanted to help people. Like REALLY help people! And that my efforts would directly correlate to the amount of impact I make!
I decided that health and wellness matters. And that it is so important that I made the choice to put my journey out there so that you can see that if I can, then you CAN and WILL make healthy LIFESTYLE choices.
It’s only natural that I became online health and wellness coach. I love to support, guide, and empower people to be fit in every area of our lives.
So much so, that I took the initiative to make and host an online accountability group for strong women like you who crave community and want to evolve!
Don’t settle for complacency.
Do something that sets your soul on fire!
I believe in you!
Start of 2018 vs TODAY. 😳🤸🏼♀️🤘🏼 I know you’ve been watching.
I know you’ve had doubts and fears and so many reasons not to just join me.
I get it.
So I’m just gonna keep on showing up to show YOU what is possible. You’re worth it, sister and there’s a spot for you once you’re ready.
4 spots have been claimed for the NEWEST workout I have in my arsenal (and it’s only 4 days per week so ya TOTALLLLLLY have time 😉) and I’m maxing our at 15 so if you’re ready to do the dang thang...let’s go! PM me and claim a spot!!! ✨🍍
My dad taught me so much, but one of my favorite things he taught me was to sail.
To sail is to find the wind and let it fill your sails.
To sail is to be at peace with and learn to maximize your raw resources.
To sail is to constantly be changing directions in order to reach your final destination.
To sail is to be in constant touch with the wind and the water.
To sail is to leave the port with nothing but your instincts.
To sail is to be calm, focused, relaxed, actively engaged, humble, wise.
To sail is to understand that the wind is your fuel, and that no matter how strong or weak the wind may be, God will always provide.
To sail is to multi task.
Sailing is to be counterintuitive- you’ll need to push or pull in the opposite direction that you want to go.
Sailing is to balance how fast you want to go with how much you’re willing to risk.
Sailing is to be making constant adjustments.
Sailing is to lead and stay engaged.
To sail is to be patient.
To sail is to be relentless about your goals.
To sail is to be independent.
Thank you Dad for always believing in me, and for staying cool, even on those times where I almost capsized the boat! And if we ever do, I know that you’ll be alright with flipping the boat over and sailing on! ♥️⛵️