I am starting off my New Year Blog with my own hash tag. (Many Inspirational thanks to the beautiful ladies from CC and Co. Youth Ensemble, pictured above!) Though 2018 has been filled with ups and downs, one thing has not changed, and that is my belief that life is just too precious, and our time is just too valuable not to be the best we can be! Over the past year, I have overcome an injured shoulder that I thought would never heal. I have strengthened not only my shoulder, but me appreciation for exercise, proper diet, sleep and relaxation, and above all, a positive attitude. I can honestly say that I have not been sick in years, thanks to a combination of the above! I still have a long way to go, and many vices to curb, but am happy with the road I am on for the most part. I am excited to get back in the routine of not only writing about my experience with health and fitness, but also to move forward with what I started out to do three years ago, and that is to promote it. Starting very soon, I will be sharing tips, and coaching at some local trade shows. I have never given up on my belief that everyone should do what they love. Pink and Green Style began as a place to share my love for design and creativity with fashion. It later bloomed into a platform for sharing my road to good heath with Isotonix and exercise/strength training as coached by my beautiful, fit daughter.
Today’s content is going to be simple. Focus on what you like about you not what you don’t like. Instead of saying “I hate my waistline; I need to lose weight,” say “I am going to do 25 squats every day to build up my butt, and as I do, my waistline will look trimmer! Instead of saying “I am going to quit drinking alcohol all together,” say,” I am going to replace my evening glass of wine every day but one with an Isotonix in my favorite wine glass!” Unless you are REALLY disciplined, trying to commit to a drastic change all of the sudden will just lead to you cheating and then getting disappointed in yourself. Ultimately then, you will quit and write it off as a bad idea to begin with.
Here are some of my favorite disciplines that when added together, have equaled great success on my personal quest to be the best I can be. If you adopt just some of them, even write them down, look at them, and practice them, until they become habit, you will win!
CC and Me
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