Consistency in Motion

For all the busy women out there ... I see you!

Imagine a life where the yo-yo diets and exhausting gym routines are a thing of the past.

Where you didn't have to feel overwhelmed with doing "all the things" that just didn't leave you feeling happy and satisfied with your health, your weight, or your body.

Wouldn’t this would be amazing!

To wake up every day confidently knowing that you are making time for your health without sacrificing time with your family, and without feeling overwhelmed with work obligations and everyday household tasks.

Let me ask you this …

If you had to write out what you wanted to achieve for your health, what would it be?

Having clearly defined health goals and having the right steps in place to achieve these goals is great … but how often do your goals get accomplished and even more, how often do the action steps to get there remain a constant in your everyday routine?

In my 20 years’ experience in the healthcare field, I’ve worked in health promotion, injury assessment, rehabilitation, and prevention. I’ve come across a number clients that worked so hard to change their health habits in order to reach their goals but all too quickly fell behind on the everyday juggling of trying to do “all the things”.

You know what I’m talking about … those daily lists that never seem to end. Work and/or family obligations. A holiday or vacation that comes and goes.

Then, you find yourself going, going, and going. And all of sudden you feel like you’re playing catch-up. Trying to add in healthy habits to your day whenever you can … some weeks it may be 2-3 times a week and other weeks, none.

The result …

You end up dabbling in your healthy habits, never letting yourself be consistent with your new habits. All because you think that others’ needs come before yours. That others’ priorities are more important than your priorities.

So, how do you make your healthy habits a consistent part of your daily routine?

When I'm working with clients, I’m always encouraging them through the process of changing daily habits.  Because it's not always easy. Most of our habits that are not so good for us, are most often done out of instinct. They’re done because it's what feels comfortable.

And to break out of that comfort zone, and make your new habit CONSISTENT, it's going to take a little time.

It's going to take small steps, accomplished 1 after the other.

So, if you're in the process of changing your habits in order to live healthier and happier ... start working on these 5 things to help you be CONSISTENT in the process:

  1. Be clear on the habits you need to change - acknowledging what habits are negatively impacting your health is key
  2. Choose 1 habit at a time to change - so you're not overwhelming yourself with changing "everything" all at the same time
  3. Prioritize this habit into your daily routine - make it part of your "new normal" routine
  4. Track your progress - as time passes you'll be able to see your improvements over time
  5. Celebrate every win, no matter how small!


If you’re at the beginning stages of your health journey, feeling stuck in how and/or where to start, or looking for some guidance and accountability to keep you on track, I’m here to help!

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