I've been pondering what I would like to do when I complete my 30 day blogging and video making challenge. I think I will continue to blog more frequently than twice a month - I think I'd like to aim for once a week now. It's been so much fun to set myself this challenge - to change my diet, my health, my blogging and to start making videos too. Sometimes changing so much at once can back fire and become too hard. I have found that by adding so much extra to my day it has given me a better focus than 'I'm not eating what I normally would'. It has really helped.
I have also immersed myself in Facebook groups with people who are doing the same programme as me, sending supportive and encouraging messages to others and sharing my progress and my struggles. That has been a really helpful resource too.
My main support has been here. You guys have been incredible. I've had supportive messages and comments and conversations with so many gorgeous people who have read some of the (many!) blogs or watched some of the (many!!) videos. That support, knowing that people are watching, that has helped immensely at keeping me on track.
There are many other things that have kept me on track: - the focus of creating this into a business so I can help others have this awesome energy and weight loss experience, that has been motivating because I am so ready to contribute to our family's finances and to the health, wealth and wellness of people I meet; the thought that my energy and body transformation are more important to me than enjoying a very momentarily experience of eating something I desire. I want to be slim and healthy more than I want the mars bar or the croissants or what have you; that isn't to say that I have been perfect at sticking to this diet. Crikey! I've had pizza, I've had scones, I've had bread. And each time I have forgiven myself and got back up and carried on. This is not a finite diet - it's not the cabbage soup diet or slim fast or something that you eventually stop and go back to eating normally. This system is something I can do for life, the tonics and other supplements are designed to support my body's systems. That knowledge helps me when I feel like pizza for example - it's ok occasionally and so I can enjoy a 'normal' life with the benefits of excellent health.
All these things have helped me stay motivated and enthused and I highly recommend getting support whatever you are trying to change.
Whatever your goal is, you are worth the effort it takes to create transformation in your life. You can do it. I believe in you. Xxx