Putting others’ needs before your own? 

Putting others’ needs before your own? 

I feel you.

Whether you’re a high-powered professional, a mother, a caregiver, a partner, a worker, a daughter, a friend, or all of the above and more…. … you’re asked to do a lot.

Many of us spend our days putting out fires, handling to-do lists, driving carpool, wiping little noses, meeting big deadlines, all while making sure other people are fed, safe, and happy.

Here’s the thing… we wouldn’t want it another way, we just want it to feel better, easier, sexier, happier.

If you are like me, you enjoy rising to the challenge of supporting others and getting stuff done.
That is, until your energy runs out and you realize you don’t have any left over for yourself.

And slowly, after months or years of putting other people first, multitasking, and wrangling that epic to-do list: you get drained. The time you used to be able to spend on self-care and a post work hot yoga class or a morning run, is gone.

Your clothes may feel tighter and the need for daily sugary treats has increased.

You may have jumped on a fad diet or 5, which worked for the 30 days…but that was it.

With so much time going into taking care of others, and handling life, you feel like you have lost yourself.

But!
Great news!!
It doesn’t have to be this way.

You can feel healthy, fit, and good in your own skin.
You can regain control of your schedule.
You can show love and appreciation to others while still taking care of yourself.

In my Kijia Foundations Program we will focus on 4 main components.

Mindset – This is a huge piece of the puzzle that is often missing from people’s lives and maybe the most life changing!!

Movement – This is your exercise routine – what it looks like for you, how to make it happen and what to do for your body.

Nutrition – This is what you eat that is realistic and enjoyable and works to change your body!!

Lifestyle Habits – These are the behind the scenes pieces to the puzzle that make things work. They include your environment, sleep, meal planning, awareness, mindfulness etc.

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