I invited 24 amazing women from all walks of wellness -- from Bestselling authors to Celebrity coaches -- to engage in frank conversations about exactly how they got started, overcame obstacles, found success and built thriving businesses that are not only impactful but also really lucrative.
Now that I've managed to turn my "mess" into my message, there were some "rules" I had to break, all in the name of health, wellness and importantly sanity. Here are some of the "rules" I've broken along the way that have completely transformed my relationship with food and my body:
For women, it's long been associated that once you have kids you automatically lose the body you once had, and you better be okay with that. No doubt, things will change, but they don't have to change for the worse.
Let's face it. Everything can get boring from time to time. The best way to avoid that lull in your employee wellness program is by intentionally making your program fresh and exciting. Here are some strategies to use for an exciting wellness program.
Winter.. that dreaded word. For many, it's viewed as the dark period of the whole year. Let's face it, winter lasts a long time and it sure can linger, especially if you despise it. This year I encourage you to change your outlook and embrace it as you would any other season!
The standard push-up is so simple, yet so important to our daily routines. It is no wonder why it has been an integral part of the exercise world for so long. There are many more variations of push-ups, so don't be afraid to hit me up to find them out.
After seeing that friendship and community needed nourishment in my life and how too much focus on another area was causing me grief, I wanted to make a change. Using evidence of small commitments leading to bigger behavior change I employed the following.