With the kids back to school I have a little more time on my hands, as I’m down to one child at home during the day. For the longest time I had been racking my brain, trying to figure out what I want to do with that time. I wanted to make sure I was doing something that is true to me, something I enjoy, something that will work for my family dynamic right now, and something that will make me money. Do I work for myself or for someone else? There are pros and cons to both of these options, but the pros have to vastly outweigh the cons in order for me to attempt anything. I had been to countless interviews and turned down every job I was offered. My time is precious, so I must choose wisely.
A while back I met this wonderful woman named Julie Boyer at a networking event. She has such a positive aura and is very inviting. Julie is the founder of the 30 Day Whole Body Detox in which I participated in April. Along with a whole food diet there was a variety of supplements to aid in the body’s natural detoxification process. I never really took vitamins before because I was skeptical of what was actually in them and if they were providing the appropriate dose as outlined on the package…so why waste my money? I was surprised at how many products I had to take with the detox but I was in it for the long haul, so I did it. I couldn’t believe how wonderful and full of energy I felt. The combination of the detox and the supplements really amped up my efforts to a cleaner lifestyle.
A couple of months later I attended Wealthylicious, another event hosted by Julie and her tribe, and I was really struck by the speakers. I literally left in tears. The good vibes and the opportunity to be part of something that fit my list of employment requirements was very overwhelming. So I met with Julie once again and made the decision to be part of the USANA family.
I am so excited to begin this chapter in my life. Going from a skeptic of supplements to a true believer is great. When something really works, you want to share it with everyone!
So this is where I have been for the past couple of months. I’m sorry I have neglecting my wonderful readers, but I needed to focus on this new venture. Living balanced is tough, but I’m also coming to realize that balance doesn’t mean doing every single thing at the same time. I’m learning that being balanced means making the time for the things that are currently serving you at that moment. I love writing my blog, but I needed to put it aside and focus on something that will be a great service to me now and for the future. Now that I have laid the foundation for that, I can bring my blog back into my time.
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I have really enjoyed the process of getting my business started. I am here to help people live a healthier lifestyle, and to educate them on the body and what it requires for optimal health. It’s very exciting for me. I love this feeling! This is exactly what I was looking for; something that works for me and my family, as well as creates a positive impact. I have so many ideas for growing my business through multiple avenues. I want to learn more about holistic health and wellness, as well as fitness. And with my sister being a personal trainer, I know we can make a great team!
Even though there are some days I feel like I don’t want to do anything, my motivation is low and I can’t be bothered to focus on my tasks, I have to push through those thoughts and lack of motivation and just giv’r! I know this is the right move for me right now. I am so glad that I turned down all those jobs! They just didn’t feel right. I am officially unemployable…and you know what…that’s pretty awesome! It means I have the drive to create my own life, not to work to make someone else’s better. So if you’re sitting at home, wondering what the fuck you’re doing with your life, don’t sweat it. That ah-ha moment will come and it will be amazing! Even if it’s scary, do it! That’s what makes happiness: taking risks, challenging yourself, stepping outside your comfort zone, creating your perfect life.
If your dreams don’t scare you, they aren’t big enough
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