My goal is to help you keep wellness on your minds, to continue on the path toward wellness, and to make it easier to get back on track when life gets in the way.
Learning and changing requires both active and passive participation. Having the knowledge about what is healthy is important, but navigating through how to implement change and then how to make it a lifestyle is the real key to improving wellness.
As you live and tell your own story, you integrate what you learn from others’ experiences too. Relating to people is how we make comparisons and decisions about our own lives. We changes lowly, yet we pressure ourselves to reach goals instantly and perfectly. Only when we realize (and continue to reinforce) that the ultimate goal is really perpetual improvement, do we find actual success.