So let's just say this hasn't been easy, mentally. In between managing my kennel of Alaskan malamutes, coaching my cleansers, and building my business, all of which demand 100% of my attention, I am trying to focus on me and building a body on a 43 year old frame that is competition worthy. What is my routine like? Well I can share it with you now that I have finally fallen into one:
6:20-7:10 carb-fasted Spin session (cycle) where I either listen to a podcast or simply zone out to music
7:15-7:30 have Meal #1 and all supplements
7:30-9:30 ex, water & feed dogs; gratitudes; catch up on email; throw out a few Facebook posts
9:30-10:30 pack; travel to gym; make calls (bluetooth) or podcast
12:30-1:00 Meal #2; errands in town
1:00-1:45 travel home; make calls (bluetooth) or podcast
1:45-2:00 Meal #3
2:00-5:00 business time; 4:00 Meal #4
5:00-8:00 doggy ex & feed; my Meal #5; Spin (cycle) 40 min
8:00-10:00 calls; optional Meal #6 or light snack
10:00-11:00 read something positive for 30 minutes & lights out
Indeed I wish I could cram a few more hours in the day or hire a few more "me's" but that is not real it and I know I am not the only one who thinks these rings. The areas of personal development I am focussing on are procrastination (it no longer serves me), adhering to a schedule (I have been a schedule-phobe or is it that I retaliate against structure) and being productive as opposed to being "busy". Basically, I have to get out of my own way. I am blessed and always grateful to my amazing husband, Edmund, who creates a clearing by taking on a great deal around the home and kennel so that I can focus on the business and training myself and the dogs.
I am really focussing on diet, cardio, hitting the gym, getting enough sleep and keeping stress low. My body is slowly starting to lean-out, but it is a battle, I tell you -- there is still some squishy stuff on me that I would be totally fine with in any other situation, but that squishy stuff has no place on the stage. I am working against genetics, age and neglectful habits over the years. I do have Isagenix on my side, as well as my great support system and internal drive and determination. I do need to trust in the process and have patience...Rome wasn't built in a day! I am so fortunate to be in a career that operates on the laws of leveraging time and residual income. Though I am at the stage of "putting in the time" right now, I can still see and be positively affected by the amazing gift of time leveraging and compounding. It is truly an amazing thing -- and I have only just begun!
A 40-something who is passionate about her dogs, physical fitness, wellness and nutrition, and inspiring others to live into their dreams and be the best version of themselves!
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I want to thank you for how you handled my initial call to you - you inspired me to start up even though I was sure I was going to fail. Happily, this is the best program I have ever done. ~ T.D.
I just wanted to share with you that daily I read your posts and you keep me feeling uplifted and optimistic. Your enthusiasm and motivation shine through and the fact that you are uplifting others with your postitive outlook should be noted. ~ K.S.
Thanks for all your hard work and enthusiasm. You continue to inspire me. ~ J.K.