#LookGoodFeelGood January Photo Challenge for Self-Confidence + Instagram Giveaway
In an effort to help you start 2018 off feeling radiant, confident, and good about yourself, I teamed up with a few ladies and designed this calendar to help you find your confidence! During the #LookGoodFeelGood challenge, each day, you are given a prompt/theme. What…
Do No Harm But Take No Sh!t
Truth be told, my Jersey attitude hasnâ€™t gone away. I fully embrace my California hippie that is pro-peace, love, and hiking, but kept in a cage for just the right moments is Jersey. Sheâ€™s not afraid to speak her mind, stand up for herself or…
Weightloss Wishes and Playboy Dreams
You need to look in the mirror and see your own successes and hard work. You need to look in the mirror and see and know that you are beautiful. You need to look in the mirror and know you are worth so much more than the people around you will ever know. Donâ€™t kill yourself for someone else.
NurtureFit Launch – Coming January 2016!
I came up with a guide on how to be a more fit, better fed, fabulously confident YOU! Thatâ€™s right. All my tips and tricks on how to transform yourself in 30 days. NurtureFit is coming your way, January 2016! Read more about what is included!
You are a badass. No, really! You are. You should tell yourself things like this every day. Don’t wait for someone else to validate how awesome you are. It’s about knowing your own self-worth and realizing your own potential. Sure, it’s nice when other people see that, but at the end of the day, you need to be your own cheerleader. Most of your self-confidence and drive should come from how you view yourself. What makes you badass? Are you a wiz at work? An adventure seeker? Really good at a hobby? You don’t need to be an army ranger or thrill seeker to be a badass.
Believe in Yourself
No one gets in your way more than you do. Self-doubt is the killer of dreams, goals and motivation. I picked the photo for this blog with one thing in mind… how doubting myself while climbing that almost ruined a race for me. Iâ€™m terrified of heights, which makes obstacle course racing that much more interesting.