DO YOU REALLY LIKE BEING ORDINARY?

Published by Jan on

Being ordinary is not so bad. That is what I began to think about my life the past 8 weeks while recovering from my triple whammy of a broken toe, first time ever arthritis in my elbow and starting a second job that now consumes most of my free time.

It’s not so bad just coming home from work and veggin out in front of Netflix or my Blu Ray.  Instead of making sure that I have had sufficient exercise throughout my day and drank my quota of water as well as eaten enough protein fats and carbs in the right ratios.  Instead of sitting down and watching some creative and informative video that would perhaps help me bring my plan to more people. Yah I could just be an ordinary person who only has one job that may be great but then may just be “meh.” An ordinary person who is content to never wonder what their real purpose is here on earth.

It’s not so bad not having to care about other women who might be struggling with their weight problems and who would really benefit from a simple program such as the Happy Weight loss, program or even the Free newsletter, Weighless Wonders.  Not having to write weekly letters to people I don’t even know and who most of the time don’t even read them.

But then I realized something…I am not ordinary and I will never be. My life has changed forever. During the past 4 years that I have built this program and business, I have overcome so many obstacles

I no longer crave Starbucks and can easily pass one by

I no longer have to eat when I am in the car

I cannot eat after 8 pm (as I have trained my body to go to sleep at night instead of having cravings.)

I do not eat before noon, which stimulates the hormones that fight off insulin resistance.

I never eat bad chocolate.

I have saved hundreds of dollars that I used to spend on fast food.

I have incorporated at least 30 minutes of exercise into my day everyday and walk at least 2 miles each day.

I have totally changed my diet to include good protein fats and carbs and in the proper ratios

I have met so many wonderful people from all over the world who are either in the industry or like me building a business to reach others all over the world.

I have friends in Australia, Netherlands, Romania, Pakistan and all over the USA.

I have written 3 books and developed 3 programs and I have attained my certification as a fitness instructor.

Ordinary might seem attractive when you are feeling weak and tired but I will never be that. I have discovered my purpose and I won’t stop until I achieve it.

Join me today.

 

 

WHAT WAS YOUR DREAM BEFORE YOU STOPPED DREAMING?
Sometimes we find ourselves doing jobs and living lives we would have never dreamed of doing and love it, sometimes it is misery.

Our values are those principles and qualities that matter to us, that are really important to our sense of well being.

They are the ideas and beliefs on which we base our decisions. They become like an invisible DNA that controls our sense of right and wrong.

Sometimes, somewhere along the line, we fool ourselves into a false belief system.

We believe it doesn't matter if we are in alignment with our values for some things...like what we eat and how healthy our bodies are.

We become overweight and ignore our values. The fact that if we value our family and our children, our health should be number one priority so that we will be around to take care of them and enjoy them as they grow up and have families of their own.

Are you getting the idea here?

We have come to believe lies.

dont listen to the liesTake the assessment today, find out what you are aligned with.

Categories: Over 40

Jan

A registered nurse with a passion to dispel weight loss myths and revolutionize the fitness culture with one simple truth. There is only one way to lose weight that all fitness and weight loss plans are based on and that is to EAT LESS and EXERCISE MORE. I have developed a unique technique that incorporates short bursts of moderate intensity exercise into your day throughout the day without the drama and chaos of making multiple wardrobe changes.