A Perfect Body is not the Answer to Happiness

Hi Beauties,

I want to ask you a question: what does working out all the time, staying in top shape, and sticking to a strict diet have to do with feeling amazing and being happy?

Why is it so hard for a lot of women (and this may include you) to feel confident about their body and maintain a positive mindset even if a workout is skipped or too many calories were consumed one day?

For some people, strict workout routines and diets do truly make them happy, but for a lot of mothers, working women, and anyone with a busy schedule, keeping up with strict rules and requirements is unrealistic.

The truth is, a perfect body is not the answer to happiness and feeling good about yourself.

If that were true, then why isn’t everyone who has an “ideal” body happy?

What would happen if you started to focus on living a balanced life instead? A life where you focus more on how you FEEL and less on trying to get your body to fit some kind of ideal shape created by culture and the media?

What would your life look like if you could FEEL confident and happy with your body regardless of how it looked?

If you’re the type of woman who avoids working out because you feel the routine needs to be strict and the results need to be perfect, otherwise you “failed,” I can help you.

Not having enough time to go to the gym and workout for an hour every day isn’t the reason you are unhappy with yourself.

You want to live a life where you are excited to work out. A life that allows you grace when you have to take a day off and still maintain the feeling of confidence and a healthy mindset.

At the end of the day, the BEST type of result you can get is a mindset that allows you to feel good and confident about yourself every day – no matter what.

CLICK HERE to watch my video on YouTube where I dive deeper into this subject.

Questions? Leave them in the comments below.


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