Perfectly Imperfect

What is perfect? What standard are you measuring yourself against? I will go out on a limb to say that the answer to this question affects every aspect of your life. 

From a very early age I have held myself to such a ridiculously high standard of perfectionism. So much so that I was go be the nickname "stress bucket."

This standard has limited my potential for joy in life up until the last couple of years. This business has had me on a self-discovery journey as I strive to become the best version of myself. And because I can accept myself for who I really am, it has allowed me to help my team and my clients do the same. How hard is it to help someone do something if you yourself aren't there.

As with everything in my life, it comes back to food. I have helped many clients look at food differently. It's hard to change a lifetime of habits over night or even in 30 days with our Clean Eating Program. My journey started 6 years ago and I'm still a work in progress. 

There is no magic pill or surgery that will help until you decide to make a change and learn how food affects you. Anything else is just a bandaid. 

You are enough. Give yourself grace. Change can be challenging. It's the journey, not the destination that brings fulfillment. Perfect is an impossible standard. My challenge to you: be better than you were yesterday. Become the best version of yourself.