Last week I got together with my good friend, Jeff Howard and delivered lots of inspiration and motivation for living well in 2020 and beyond.
I’d love for you to give yourself the gift of my new e-book, Living Your Best Life In Real Life.
This ebook has been a work in progress for some time now and I am so happy to share it with you! The book will bring you through my most popular challenge, Live Your Best Life In Real Life, over the course of 5 days. I’ve included tons of other content like worksheets, workouts (even a playlist!) and other fun coaching tools to help you live your best life. After the year we have had, (and y’all know I don’t like the victim mentality, but we are all victims of 2020 at this point) you deserve to gift yourself this powerful tool that helps you stop existing and start living by making simple, yet powerful changes to the way you think, move your body and plan for your future.
It’s just $27 and you also have a chance to book a 60 minute 1:1 session with me for 1/2 off — heads up — that offer is good for just 30 minutes after you purchase the book so make sure you grab it!
AND – for $29 (!) a month, subscribe to Jeffrey Howard’s live stream for his amazing workouts. I move my body with Jeff’s workouts almost daily.
We owe it to ourselves to care for our bodies and souls however they need it. We have been under tremendous stress this year from being in the middle of a global pandemic, the largest civil rights movement in quite some time (learn about resources here), to just having to get used to un-planning everything in our lives and learning to live in the moment.
Self care is imperative to our mental health, especially as we head into the holiday season.
So, where do you go from here? Where do we go from here?
I know you had to read that again, but right?!
Yes, there is some unprecedented, serious shit going on this year.
Yes, please wear your mask (science is real).
Yes, get on the right side of healing the soul of our country in our reckoning with racism (I’ve got ideas and resources right here).
So, “Where do I go from here?” might feel bleak and confusing.
But what if it could be open and visionary?
I believe it can. And I want you to believe that, too.