You know what it’s like. Having that friend who can eat taco bell, drink vanilla bean frappuccunios and snack on gummy worms all day but STILL has washboard abs year-round. Meanwhile you work hard to stay in shape, eat right, not too much and make an effort to workout (sometimes) but for some reason, you never look like her. I used to do the EXACT same thing for years - until I learned the holy grail of what it actually means to listen to MY body.
[Hint: It has something to do with Surrender] It was one of those weeks…. The one where all you see are you flaws and all the ways your life could be better. You see your premature aging wrinkles coming through, feel the extra squish between your thighs, obsess over your frayed split ends, and how [...]
Picture this: your average "millenial aged" woman who grew up going to church on Sunday, bible study during the week, and Wednesday night worship service. You'd imagine one would be quite the spiritual gangster - with all the right answers and total peace over where she's headed... right? Completely immune to all teen and twenties [...]
Do you find yourself getting close to a Health goal (or a life goal in general) and then backsliding in bad habits once you reach a certain point? Read here for signs that you're self sabotaging your weight loss (or life general) and how to stop.
Okay... full transparency moment here: I've been writing this same post for a solid 3 weeks now.
And I've literally found every reason in the world not to finish it.
So I am bound and determined to finish this dang thing - because the irony of it is, I'm self sabotaging writing this post.
And it's all because of perfectionism & unrealistic expectations.
I feel unqualified to speak on something I still struggle with: Self Sabotage.
We hiked up our favorite mountain and I haven't felt worthless like that in years… I was completely dead. What used to feel like a cake walk, now was like trudging through sinking sand. All those years of track, half marathons & Spartan races - felt completely nonexistent. I knew that in the past so [...]