Holidays can throw any sense of routine out the window. After a full day of Thanksgiving visiting and eating and laughing last night, I am certainly not on a routine today. And that’s kind of great.
I slept a little later, giving my body the rest it’s been craving all week. Since I’m staying at my mom’s place, we got to visit and decided to get out on a sunny morning.
Instead of labeling anything as “exercise” we put on our shoes and went out for a walk. It felt so nice to get going, enjoy the trees and blue sky, and let the day happen.
On a day like this, it’s easy to feel pressure to stand on long lines for a great deal or work off last night’s food comma. But acting out of pressure or guilt does not lead to anything positive.
I’m so grateful that I know another way and I would like to share this approach with you. First, moving will shift your mood. When you're cranky, bloated (you know, that icky feeling we get after a big meal) and you add in triggers from well-meaning family members, moving your body can actually release that stuck feeling.
But moving may be the last thing you want to do. That’s ok. I get it. I know how hard it can be to want to work out, especially in the midst of holidays.
Could you give me, or rather YOU, 2 minutes to exercise tomorrow? Yes, 2 minutes. Does that sound doable?
Would you be able to pick out clothes tonight so that in the morning, you could throw them on and learn 2 minutes of new moves?
Well, I designed a Kickstart program for YOU. All you have to do is enter your email and I’ll send you your 2 minute workout.
Getting into a routine is the hard part. If you are willing to try something new, I will be here to support you, starting with just a couple of minutes of activity each day, all week long.
Trust me! Why? Because I’ve tried the extreme diets and quick fixes, and none of that did a thing for my health, well-being, and self esteem.
Sign up for Your 7 Day Kickstart and discover a new way to incorporate fitness into your day. Yes, you can do this. Sign up and start tomorrow morning with a new way of thinking about you: healthy and fit. Be open and see what happens.
I’m sending you all my love and support, which is what I hope you give to yourself. If you need me along the way, you can follow me across social media or reply to this email.