Good morning beautiful people 👋🏾👋🏾 as your life coach my question to you today is, what are you going to do TODAY to start believing in yourself? What do you need to set in motion for you to do the things you want to do? If you are unsure Join me December 18th for the 2018 Tunnel Vision Planner Webinar. I’ll be helping you identify what you want, how you need to get what you want & how to stay consistent while getting what you want. Click the link in my bio and click on the button that says 2018 Tunnel Vision Planning Webinar or go https://buff.ly/2Bbk3FM. See you guys on Monday ⠀ #slayin2018#gogetit#dowhatyoulove#livelifeonpurpose#gift#breakup#breakupwithfear
We do not get unlimited opportunities to get the things we want‼️ Nothing is worse than having missed an opportunity that could have changed your life.🤦🏾♀️ In the end we only regret the chances we didn't take.💯 #livelifeonpurpose#dtfx#empoweringwomen
I know it is popular to say, "have no expectations and there will be no disappointment." This should not be an option for no one. Especially those that live life passionately. #thepeacechronicles#livelifeonpurpose#advent
I may not have given myself enough time to get my entire Pilates workout in before work this morning. But, I did complete day 1 of my 12 Days of FITmas challenge!! • 10 Burpees it was!! They're a whole body exercise, so they're really good for you!! Tomorrow we'll be adding another exercise to the Burpees! By Christmas, we will have an awesome circuit workout that we can do whenever/wherever!! • Let me know if you want to be a part of it!! It's not too late!! • I'll be finishing my Pilates when I get home, because I'm committing to this program and my ladies! #12daysoffitmas#12daysoffitmaswithlm86#countdowntochristmas
Borrowed this from a friend ❤️ You are holding a cup of coffee when someone comes along and bumps into you or shakes your arm, making you spill your coffee everywhere. Why did you spill the coffee? "Well because someone bumped into me, of course!" Wrong answer. You spilled the coffee because there was coffee in your cup. Had there been tea in the cup, you would have spilled tea. *Whatever is inside the cup, is what will spill out.* Therefore, when life comes along and shakes you (which WILL happen), whatever is inside you will come out. It's easy to fake it, until you get rattled. *So we have to ask ourselves... “what's in my cup?" When life gets tough, what spills over? Joy, gratefulness, peace and humility? Or anger, bitterness, harsh words and reactions? You choose! Today let's work towards filling our cups with gratitude, forgiveness, joy, words of affirmation; and kindness, gentleness and love for others. #whatsinmycup#youchoose
Recently I was taking with someone about anxiety and depression. And, I've had it on my heart to let my guard down and shareabout these two struggles. These two struggles of MINE, that I've dealt with for years. • The change that has taken place in my heart and mind and life is that I am now able to speak openly about my anxiety and depression. Years ago, I never would have opened up about it. In fact, I didn't really think that most people dealt with them. • Anxiety and depression are real. They're difficult emotional states to be in. And, they can be very lonely. • When I did my psych clinicals, I told my fellow nursing students that I'd rather have a physical issue than a mental one any day. And, I think part of the reason I said that was because, it seems to be more socially acceptable to be diagnosed with high blood pressure or diabetes than depression, anxiety, or another psychological disorder. • I remember friends (and even family) thinking that it was ridiculous that I would be so worried about something. I was also told that only crazy people take medicines for psychological disorders. 😳Talk about feeling the size of an ant. • As a nurse, I do think sometimes that medications are overused. But, I also see that they can be helpful and necessary. I've seen the difference in my own life and in the lives of family and friends and patients. • I asked this precious person in our conversation that if they had high blood pressure and needed medication to manage it, would they take the medication necessary to help prevent a stroke or kidney disease? Well, a similar question was asked of me when I refused medication for my anxiety and depression (the two often go hand in hand). That's when I finally understood and agreed that it was ok for me to try something to help balance the chemicals in my brain and to prevent my mind from propelling deeper into my struggles. • I am no longer afraid to share about my journey with anxiet and depression!