I am extremely excited to announce that I will be participating in my very own 6 month program. Some of you may know, November will mark my fourth year anniversary to eating clean and never looking back! While it has been an amazing and rewarding journey, I want to take it up a few notches. While acquiring my certification, the various inspiring lecturers moved me to amp my self-care times ten. Not only was I so excited to share everything I learned with my radiant clients, I quickly applied a lot the positive practices in my life.
After I recently realized I needed to move back to LA, I casually approached my landlord to discuss my month-to-month options since my lease would be up this October (assuming it would be no problem at all). It came as a huge surprise when I found out that I could not do month-to-month in my current lease and the best they could do was have me sign a 6 month contract. I was pretty deterred. Once I set my sights on something, I am sort of like a freight train. SO, I decided to make this derail a positive change. I figured if I was going to be in Tulsa for 6 more months, it would be the ultimate opportunity to subscribe to my 6 month program and go full tilt on self-improvement. I know moving will be slightly stressful and transition isn't always the easiest thing-- so instead of thinking this is a negative, I am forcing it to be a positive so that I can arrive in California, maybe not new, but, improved!
So, join me as I embark on the various forms of self-care, using my lovely Primary Food chart pictured above (created by IIN). My goals for October is to focus on my career, physical activity, and home environment. Therefore, I have created a variety of action steps that you will get me to those goals. My first action step I just accomplished: garage sale. I want to shed my baggage (literally and figuratively) and the best way to do that is to get rid of stuff...including the stuff that has blah memories/ energy attached to it. Last weekend, I was able to have a two day cleansing process by selling my belongings and donating the rest! It felt ah-mazing. Not only has it improved my current Home Environment, it will make moving into my new home that much easier.
Finding ways to accommodate yourself is truly one of the most rewarding things to practice! Stay tuned for more personal triumphs!