CHANGE YOUR LIFE WITH INTERMITTENT MOVEMENT

AUDIO FILE - “It doesn't make sense to ask yourself how life would be different if you were skinny. It makes sense to ask yourself how your life would be different if you felt vibrant, had consistent energy, and showed up to each day of your life as the best version of yourself"

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THE HABIT - MIND THE GAP

Here's a truth I've recently been digesting. And it's been a doozy to accept. 

CONSTANTLY DOING DOES NOT EQUAL BEING EFFICIENT.

 ... or effective. Or even motivated! Sometimes it's actually quite the opposite.

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HOW TO WASTE MONEY

The list of things I’ve wasted money on in this life is ridiculous. And it’s amazing how many of the purchases I was making ACTIVELY WENT AGAINST my values and long term goals. Like, ew. That doesn’t feel good….

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THE HABIT - 72 Hour Juice Cleanse

Our taste buds develop habits, just like our brains. #truth.

Like increases like. The more you eat of something, the more you’ll want it. In a 3 day juice cleanse, you’re positively assaulting your taste buds with fresh, bitter, astringent, naturally sweet and sour flavors that a bag of cool ranch doritos couldn’t hold a candle to. You’re crowding out the bad foods, by offering soooooo many good ones. The result, in my experience, has been a renewed taste for all things healthy and crisp.

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The Habit - Sara's Story

"I had no idea who I was, besides being an angry working mom. And I believed I was that. I hated spending time with my kids because they just felt like work. On my days off with them I couldn’t wait until bedtime. I was crying all the time and yelling at my kids for just being silly. I ended up in the hospital due to having a mental breakdown and panicking."  

I didn’t want to be living my life.

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The Habit - Intermittent Fasting

Breakfast literally means to Break your Fast. Nuff said.

In today’s culture, people are often having dinner later, and it’s the main event. AND often we find ourselves eating again past that. Take a sec now and do a little math in your head. Determine how many hours there are between your supper, and breakfast the next day…. Got it? Right on.

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