We all have them. Days we wonder why we are here. What our purpose is. What would happen if we just quit. Would anyone notice? Would we be happy? How much struggle is enough? Is your struggle a relationship? a job? a health or body image concern? the loss of someone in your life? reconciling yourself with your passion? Is it simply liking yourself? These things are all real. They sit with us and weigh us down. Sometimes they even make us sick. If you are lucky, you notice it and feel it coming on. You sit with it and observe how it makes you act and react. Just like injuries, some struggles
It took some time to come up with my One Word and then it took some courage to say it out loud and to own it. It was sitting content on my heart, but like a lot of my dreams, it needed wings to fly. Sometimes those wings come from unexpected places! My One Word for 2015 is HEART. What is your One Word?
I’ve put together 5 simple tips to stay charged through December! Plus The Energy Lab’s 24 Days of TRX and 24 Days of InnerStrength workout goals…. Enjoy the season with less stress and more fun! We get the most out of the season when we stay fit and healthy. Join me on our Stay Charged mission!
I needed a place to write and although this is much more personal than usual, it felt right. “Leave your mark on the world” and “live as though there is no tomorrow” are more than just words. Inhale them into your being and exhale anything that has been holding you back.
My purpose and my why in The Energy Lab and the different ways we experience community and creating our best versions, in our bodies, hearts, and souls is best seen through our PMA Lab. (positive mental attitude). Our next PMA Lab is starting soon….”I am training for….”! What are YOU TRAINING FOR?
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A client said something to me the other day, asking what does it mean, “all these people saying they are so stressed out?” It was an interesting conversation. What does it mean? Where does it come from? And what is the difference between “stressed out” and plain old stress? I often mention that stress will be there no matter what. It is how we manage it that makes the difference. And I am one of the first people to admit that I, by no means, am free of stress. But I don’t mind it and very rarely feel like I am “stressed out”. My client and I decided that the phrase, “stressed out” is a state-of-mind. And we all know what that can do to you.