You start a new diet but a few days later a co-worked brings in cupcakes for her birthday, and after eating one you think “well now I’ve messed up, screw it, I’ll start next week”.
You signed up for a gym membership you were definitely going to use this time, but all it does is suck $60 a fortnight out of your bank account.
You tell yourself you’re only going to have two squares of dark chocolate after dinner, but all of a sudden half the block is gone and you feel full, gross and guilty.
You want to wake up early and get into a good morning routine but every morning when your alarm goes off, you can’t help but hit snooze.
Sweet friend, I get it. Being healthy can be freakin’ hard.
But here’s a secret no health coach or #cleaneating IG account will tell you:
Getting healthy has nothing to do with spinach and yoga.
I know it sounds crazy, but it doesn’t matter what you eat or how much you work out — you’ll never be healthy if you don’t have the right foundations that set you up for success.
Without these foundations, you’re probably making at least one of the top 5 mistakes I see every day when people try to get healthy:
- You’re making goals that don’t match up with what you truly care about
- You’re getting bogged down in self-sabotaging thoughts
- You haven’t found ways of staying accountable
- You feel overwhelmed by starting so you’re stuck in doing nothing
- You’re working against your tendencies instead of with them.
To work through these and making meaningful change, I’ve developed the 5 Smart Girl Pillars of Health. Following these, you’ll be able to:
- Set clear goals you actually want to follow through on
- Tune out that critical voice in your head
- Find ways of staying accountable that keep you motivated
- Stop procrastinating and take action, ASAP
- Work with your natural tendencies in a way that feels easy.
If this sounds good, I think we could have fun together! Click below to set up your free 30-minute discovery session, where we can get clear about exactly what you want to achieve and the resources you’ll need to get there.