2014 - the Year of Health and Welfare for my Body

Do you keep your New Year's resolutions?  We’re often haunted by the many years that our resolutions never took shape. For me, eating healthy and losing weight was always at the top of my list, but it wasn’t until 2014 that I took deliberate action to make a plan and stick with that plan. After four months of intentional changes, I have the confidence to publicly share the transformation I'm experiencing in the health and welfare of my body.  

At the end of each year, I go into my favorite meditative space, known as my 75-gallon Jacuzzi tub, to focus on the year ahead and intuitively watch and listen for what my focus will be for the coming year.  This was to be the year to care for my body in a new way.

And I'm thrilled to report how this has come to fruition!

I joined a dynamic, year-long health and wellness program called Precision Nutrition, which I heard of from a dear client.  This online coaching program is out of Ontario Canada and only takes entry twice a year, in January and July.  And I am here to tell you they have absolutely nailed the psychological, behavioral, and emotional aspects of how to get connected to wellness long-term. Since day one, I was impressed with the program, and being down 19 pounds since January is proof in the pudding (pun intended).  I anticipate that I will lose between 40-50 pounds this year as a result of this nutrition program.  And in my “shiny object way,” I found an avenue to stay motivated through physical reality;  I recently bought two beautiful belts, and as a result of my weight loss, I had to have them both cut shorter, and decided to keep the pieces as a symbol of my ongoing progress.