MY STORY

Let me just start out by saying I get it — I know how hard it can be to make changes. I know how hard it can be to break unhealthy cycles and patterns.
I’m a fitness and wellness lover now, but it hasn’t always been this way. 

I HAVEN'T ALWAYS KNOWN HOW TO TAKE CARE OF MYSELF.

I HAVEN'T ALWAYS LOVED HEALTHY, DELICIOUS FOOD.

I HAVEN'T ALWAYS LOVED WORKING OUT.

I HAVEN'T ALWAYS LOVED MYSELF.

BUT OOOH, HONEY, LET ME TELL YOU THIS: CHANGE IS POSSIBLE. I PROMISE, BECAUSE I’M LIVING PROOF. 




Let me just start out by saying I get it — I know how hard it can be to make changes.
I know how hard it can be to break unhealthy cycles and patterns.
I’m a fitness and wellness lover now, but it hasn’t always been this way. 

But oooh, honey, let me tell you this: change IS possible. I promise, because I’m living proof. 

I haven't always known how to take care of myself.
I haven't always loved healthy, delicious food.
I haven't always loved working out.
I haven't always loved myself.

I wanted so badly to feel confident and healthy, and I knew what I’d been doing was NOT working. So I dug into the research. I devoured books on nutrition, behaviour change, habits, self-love and spirituality. I was beginning to finally see: the real “work” I needed to do wasn’t physical — it was internal.

I started making small changes in the name of self-worth and self-love: I journaled. I visited farmers markets, and I got my butt in the kitchen. I reminded myself that I deserved to feel amazing, mind, body and spirit, and I took actions in support of that each day. This mental and emotional shift was EVERYTHING. I started to notice positive changes in my relationship with food,  with myself and with others. I also completely flipped the script on my exercise routine. No longer did I workout in a battle against my body, but instead, I was working out because I loved my body. 

Getting intentional about fueling my body with whole foods and doing it from a place of love was THE catalyst for my massive health and life transformation. It led to a new mindset, a new career, new relationships, and a new way of showing up in the world — literally a new life. 

I was a chronic dieter for most of my life, and struggled with disordered eating, yo-yo dieting and over-exercising for years. And like so many women, I was not immune to the overt and covert messages about our bodies and beauty. From movies to magazines — and now, Instagram and Tik Tok — the message and “standard” of beauty was clear: look like the photos and don’t quit working hard until you do. 

Finally, in my late 20s, I was tired of meticulously counting calories and working out to “fix” my body. I also became increasingly aware of my hurtful inner dialogue — the critical thoughts about my body, the comparison to others — and I was like, HOLD UP: I would NEVER talk to anyone else this way, so why in the hell was I talking to myself like that?! 

Finally, in my late 20s, I was tired of meticulously counting calories and working out to “fix” my body. I also became increasingly aware of my hurtful inner dialogue — the critical thoughts about my body, the comparison to others — and I was like, HOLD UP: I would NEVER talk to anyone else this way, so why in the hell was I talking to myself like that?! 

I was a chronic dieter for most of my life, and struggled with disordered eating, yo-yo dieting and over-exercising for years. And like so many women, I was not immune to the overt and covert messages about our bodies and beauty. From movies to magazines — and now, Instagram and Tik Tok — the message and “standard” of beauty was clear: look like the photos and don’t quit working hard until you do. 

It wasn’t a sexy, quick fix, honey — but damn, it’s been worth it. 

I truly believe that everyone deserves to feel healthy, vibrant and amazing in their body and their life. We just need the tools, consistency, love and support to get us there. I know it’s possible, and it would be my greatest honor to show you how. 



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