- Who has it and who doesn't?
- What creates it?
- Why does it shift under our feet?
- How do we define it and then go get it?
You've heard the quote: "Whether you think you can or think you can't, you're right." - Henry Ford
With all due respect to the man who perfected the automobile assembly line, I'd say he's almost right . . . but not quite.
It would have been more accurate to have said:
"Whether you think you can or think you can't doesn't matter, just start."
If closely inspected, most of us would agree that a good portion of our school lives embodied, "I don't think I can do it . . . but I don't have a choice because it's due on Monday."
But alas, now we're adults . . . and guess what, no one is checking to see if we've eaten 6+ servings of vegetables, or if we've gotten in our allotted hour of exercise. Even if just a little, many of us still buy into the belief that because we've lived past 18 years, we are equipped to do what's best for us. Yet, we also know it isn't entirely true.
Case in point: I see myself as above average in my math skills . . . and know that I like having my bank accounts balanced. Every year around this time I think: "maybe we should do our own taxes", and then my better half chimes in to remind me that we are better off having an accountant keep track of the arcane tax laws. Right.
If you already know that you could use some help getting your health back in order, then do it. It might be cliche, but it's also true that without our health we have nothing.
And that's what we do at The Fittest Me: we help you organize your eating and your exercise, so that you can take care of the parts of your life that you enjoy.
- Coach Rebecca