Better Health – Why it Matters
Here’s a question for you: Do your insides match your outsides? Let me explain-
You know…that smile you put on while you’re out and about and in social settings…but inside you’re not feeling it. Instead, you find yourself wondering, “what’s wrong with me”, and “This can’t be ‘just how it is'”, or “I feel ‘fine’ but I want to feel GOOD”.
I’m getting real with you today. (And vulnerability is NOT my jam).
For years, I had lost “me” – the smiling, laughing, full of life “me”.
I saw women in their 50s, 60s, and beyond who were vibrant and full of health…and I wanted that, too. I’m not even 40 yet – but some days I felt old and completely worn down. I knew there had to be a better way.
I have found the me I used to be
I can’t tell you how excited I am to tell you that over the past few months, there has been a drastic change in how I FEEL – physically, emotionally, and mentally – in the best possible way.
I no longer feel like a crazy person once a month.
My stress has been reduced by a TON and I’m finally sleeping well.
All these positive changes in my health and in how I feel have changed the atmosphere in our home…like night and day.
I have found my playful, silly side again.
I’m smiling more.
I’m laughing more.
This side of me that I had lost so many years ago to stress, babies, and *just life* is back! And for the first time in forever, I feel like the me I used to be.
I’m not saying life is rosy and always wonderful – HA! Don’t we all wish… 😉
What I am saying is that I finally feel as good on the inside as I’ve been pretending to feel on the outside for years.
Let’s get real
It’s so easy to put on a front and pretend that everything is fine – when really, you know there has to be more than “fine”. A lot of it boils down to you just don’t feel good. The thing is, we’ve gotten so used to feeling “yuck” that it’s become the norm and we’ve *forgotten* what it’s like to actually feel good.
Almost 5 years ago, I made some major changes to my diet – and saw great results. But even with my good food choices and incorporating more exercise, something was still missing. I still wasn’t the vibrant “me” I wanted to be.
I want to tell you that there is a better way.
There is hope.
And, for me, that hope – this new way – this *truly, deep down, feeling GOOD* – came in a form I never expected.
Finally, now, I feel better than I have in years – and I’d be willing to bet you can feel good again, too. Go here for the next chapter of my story.