#GiveMe30HabitProject 12.01.2019 {Random Acts of Kindness}

Welcome to the 12th habit in the #GiveMe30HabitProject!! See this post for all the details and backstory! This month’s habit is to practice random acts of kindness!   This month’s habit challenge is designed to help you achieve a higher sense of joy by instilling joy into the lives of others. It sounds counterintuitive, but the fact…

#75Hard Day 75: A Few Takeaway Lessons {Vlog}

View this post on Instagram ▶️ For those who have been following from day 1, you know that I started this challenge to get a better perspective on what it’s like to be a beginner again. ▶️ I’ve established a consistent process of habit development and wanted to remember the struggle of things so I…

#75Hard Day 74: Treat Your Day Like A Recipe {Vlog}

View this post on Instagram ▶️ The purpose of a recipe is to have consistent inputs and processes that you can follow n order to get predictable good outcomes. ▶️ You nail down all the variables, ingredients, cooking techniques, methods, serving sizes, etc., and are able to duplicate the process for yourself and possibly even…

#75Hard Day 73: The Importance Of Trying New Things {Vlog}

View this post on Instagram ▶️ As kids, we are constantly exposed to new ideas and information. Everything is brand new. There is excitement and joy living every day in the moment of constant engagement with all of these new things. ▶️ As adults, we eventually lose the excitement of life on a day to…

#75Hard Day 72: Things Can Shift In A Moment! {Vlog}

View this post on Instagram ▶️ Sharing something a little bit different today. I felt like the Lord wanted me to give a word of encouragement! ▶️ I was thinking about how the temperature went from in the 70s to in the 30s literally overnight. It was not fun for the walk this morning 🥶…

#75Hard Day 71: It Gets Harder Before It Gets Easier {Vlog}

View this post on Instagram ▶️ You need to understand that most things will get more difficult before they get easier. ▶️ Knowing this, you will not hit that space of time and end up giving up because you think something isn’t going to work. ▶️ The reason that this happens is because in the…

#75Hard Day 70: Who You Are Becoming > What You Are Doing {Vlog}

View this post on Instagram ▶️ In the process of striving towards a goal, keep in mind that who you are becoming is more important than what you are doing. ▶️ Certainly what you are doing is important. “We first make our habits and then our habits make us.” —John Dryden ▶️ We never want…

#75Hard Day 69: Don’t Show Up For A Debate With Yourself {Vlog}

View this post on Instagram ▶️ A friend told me yesterday about a great statement she heard from @TonyRobbins. I knew immediately I needed to do a video about it. ▶️ When asked about his ability to follow through on disciplines he said something to the effect of I just don’t allow myself to show…

#75Hard Day 68: Don’t Forget To Celebrate Your Wins {Vlog}

View this post on Instagram ▶️ Often times we get so hyper focused on moving onto the next thing that we forget to celebrate how far we have come. ▶️ We focus on crossing things off our list as we go and move on quickly before we even think about what we’ve accomplished. ▶️ They…

#75Hard: Day 67: The CE Framework—My Nutrition Philosophy / Filter {Vlog}

View this post on Instagram ▶️ This framework was built from my personal experience as well as pulling knowledge from multiple sources of study and certification over the years. ▶️ It serves as a filter system for not only my own nutrition practices, but also those of how I structure my client programming, regardless of…

#75Hard Day 66: Are You Avoiding Doing The Work? {Vlog}

View this post on Instagram ▶️ There are certainly times when we try to attack a problem and don’t know that we are actually going about it the wrong way. ▶️ In these cases there’s obviously a good reason why we are spinning our wheels and getting nowhere. ▶️ Sometimes we know there’s something deeper…

#75Hard Day 65: The Art Of Kintsugi + The Beauty Of Our “Flaws”

View this post on Instagram ▶️ There is a Japanese art called kintsugi in which broken pottery is mending with gold, silver, or platinum lacquer instead of clear or color-matching lacquer. As you can imagine, this highlights the broken places rather than disguising them. ▶️ The Japanese value the history and use of an object…