Spent the better part of adolescent disliking myself.
I’m not sure how or why I came to have such terrible opinions of myself, but I’m sure that more than half of women can relate. -
When I started making a conscious effort to be healthier and to improve my fitness, I’m ashamed to say it began as a way to try and change what I looked like and who I was. If I was perceived in a different light by others, maybe that would change my own perception of myself. -
It’s been over 10 years, but I can finally say that my health journey has nothing to do with changing how I look or who I am, and everything to do with honouring my body, mind and soul. Making choices that nourish my being is the ultimate form of self- love for me. For everyone, it looks differently. It may be a different eating pattern, or a different choice of exercises, it may be less traditional medicine and more alternative routes. But ultimately, making a conscious effort to choose ways that support and uplift your health can be a strong expression of love and care.
It’s for that reason that I’m so passionate about educating and inspiring others to make those little changes too; those changes that will ultimately care for a body that does so much to care and look out for you. -
What drives you to be more health conscious? ✨💫