What are we all about? Women living their most content lives while pursuing their health and life goals, big and small. Simplifying the process, removing the guilt, and finding joy in the journey. Learning to use health and fitness as a TOOL to improve OTHER areas of their life – instead of health and fitness being their entire life. That’s what wellness is to me.
And so, the heart & soul of Wellness Watered is helping women find what wellness means for them (mentally, physically, emotionally, and relationally), in order to live their fullest lives with unapologetic confidence and contentment.
By letting deep-rooted joy, grace, and contentment become second nature – permanently.
On a mission to prove that a full, robust life CAN be lived in between the size 2 and 20, cubicle 9-5 job and entrepreneurship, singleness and marriage, depression and peace.
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.
There is so much life to be lived when we trade in the “hustle” and “girl boss” mindset for a life of simplicity and finding joy in the present.
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.
Ephesians 5:26: “to make her holy, cleansing her by the washing with water through the word.”
How did health, & happiness, and life in general become so complicated?
Whether health and wellness is your passion, you desire a more balanced lifestyle, or you just want to find contentment and confidence with where you are today, welcome!
My goal is to help you rest in who you are – by simplifying life, wellness and all the things – to finally walk in freedom, end the cycle of defeat and learn to tell yourself: “Today I am enough.”
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