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Skip This #1 Rule And Your Life Will Be Stuck

By | Balance, Behavior Change, Fit Moms for Life Pledge, Fit Moms for Life Six Week Challenge, Six Week Challenge, Uncategorized

I recently took a trip to Toronto, and as the flight attendant went through the safety talk, it reminded me of maybe the single most important thing that you can do to ensure your long term success in reaching your goals—whether that is losing weight, feeling better, or setting a good example for your kids.

She said “Put on your oxygen mask before helping others…”

To me, that means that if you don’t take care of yourself—if you don’t put on your own oxygen mask first—you won’t be able to be there for others. So many women, especially moms, put everyone else first. They don’t feel that they deserve to take the time or the money to take care of themselves. They feel guilty doing something for themselves, and they may not feel that they are worth it.

But if you don’t take care of yourself, if you let yourself go, then how will you be able to be there for your kids in the long term? What message are you sending to them? Taking that step to put yourself 1 mindsetfirst for once, to believe that you are worth it, is one of the most important things that you can do to set yourself up for success.

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Learning to put yourself first is all about your mindset, which is the first of my four pillars of success. I’ll be sharing more about what it means to “change your mind, change your life” and I’ll introduce my other three pillars of success in the next few blog posts. I’ll also share with you an almost unbelievable video on what you can accomplish when you choose to take care of yourself…


What It Means To Be A Girl

By | Behavior Change, Challenge, Fit Moms for Life Six Week Challenge, Kids Fitness, Mindset, Moms, Mothers, Six Week Challenge, Uncategorized

When clients come to me and say, “I can only do girl push ups” it really bothers me.

What is that even suppose to mean?

I know they mean on their knee push-ups, but I ask them the question why do girls need to do push ups on their knees?

The women I train can usually get off their knees and onto their toes.

At Fit Moms For Life we are constantly asking ourselves what does it mean to be a woman.

To us it means strong, independent, loving, caring, tough, and feminine.

What message are you sending your daughters?

Skinny is not sexy, strong, fit, and healthy is sexy.

That is what we should be teaching our daughters.

At FM4L we are proud to create moms who are strong, who work hard, love hard, and play hard.