The heart & soul of Wellness Watered is giving women the tools to figure out what wellness means for them (mentally, physically, and emotionally), in order to finally live their best lives with unapologetic confidence and contentment.
By letting consistency, sense of self worth,and grace become second nature – permanently.
To start using faith, food & fitness to empower your fullest life.
And then to use those simple tools to set realistic goals & actually stick to them. Whether that’s in:
- Side hustles/passion projects
- Everyday life
I created Wellness Watered after I walked through a season of learning how to simplify health FOR ME & to use it as a way to bring the best “me” into every facet of my life, instead of complicating it and using it as a way to punish myself for my imperfections.
What does the name mean?
Wellness is “…a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being…”. And the Bible compares Water to cleansing, salvation, knowing God, and fruit of the spirit. My favorite example is Ephesians 5:26: “to make her holy, cleansing her by the washing with water through the word.”
So to put 2 & 2 together:
We have to Water our desire to be Well (healthy, successful, and confident) with what God says about us & how He designed us to live.
Without continuously renewing our hearts & minds with truth, our striving will be worthless & our goals will never be met.
Obviously us women desire to be fit, healthy, and let’s be honest, to look a certain way. But something that may start off as an innocent pursuit to get in shape and form healthier habits can often turn into an unhealthy obsession (self hate, insecurities, eating disorder, jealousy, the comparison game).
How did health, hustle & happiness become so complicated?
Whether health, or wellness is your passion or you just desire a more balanced and content lifestyle, to reach those long desired dreams, or to feel confident with who you are today, you’re in the right place.
My goal is to help girls find their best selves – by simplifying wellness & walking in freedom – ending this cycle of defeat & self shaming and finally learning to tell yourself: “I’m enough as I am.”
I firmly believe that doing more is not always better, but doing less – more consistently – is best.
“It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery.” – Galatians 5:1