Looking back through photos&you come across those shots you forget you ever even snapped. You remember all the things you from that time.
Like this photo.
I was moving, everything still in boxes.
Before I had 2 cats.
Traveling a lot.
Working on business.
I was still able to workout every.day.
Never in my life would I have thought I'd be dealing with a condition that would impact my body, not long down the road..
Most specifically, my Muscles.
Which, in turn, has a domino effect&plays a toll in Everything else that goes on in how I feel&the things I'm able to do.
I loved my body&where I was going at this point, tho I always had a goal to do better, be better.
I won't lie to you all.. I'm still struggling with where this journey has brought me&how it has impacted my body.
I know so many look at me as the fit girl who can still do all the things.
But, I can see the changes.
Boy... Can I see the changes
I can feel the changes.. That's even worse - to have been so strong&have no issues lifting anything at all - to struggling with the simplest of things. Especially when people still see you as the person you've always been. [And, of course I'd rather still be seen that way]
Have these things caused me to get into a slump&feel like shit about myself.
I'd be the world's biggest liar if I said it didn't.
What sort of example would I be setting to all of you, current, past and future clients that come to me for help with change in their lifestyle, fitness&nutrition.
I'm human. We all are.
Maybe I've got a little bit of a different obstacle thrown into my way than you - but that doesn't mean you don't have just as many struggles to overcome too.
We all have our things to battle.
We all need someone to help us through.
I've been hard on myself&trying to do it mostly alone.
I don't want you to feel that way. Period. I know I'm stubborn.. but, in the end.. nobody truly wants to do it alone.
Here's a promise to you..
I want you to know I'm just a quick message or call away.