Do you feel overwhelmed with trying to eat right, get enough exercise, honor your work and life commitments, and still find a little bit of time for yourself?
Can you say, without hesitation, that you truly love your body and life?
As women we often put ourselves on the back burner, putting our own health and happiness after that of everyone else. But there are consequences to neglecting your own needs, and they’re much more serious than just feeling a little overwhelmed.
- Physically you might experience weight gain (or being underweight), muscular complaints, and digestive issues.
- Mentally you might feel anxious, have trouble sleeping, or even feel depressed.
- Emotionally you might experience self doubt, feeling apathetic and complacent, or feeling disconnected from your life’s purpose.
And if that’s not enough, here’s another reality…
If we aren’t taking care of ourselves, we have nothing left to give to others. Tweet This
You have one body and one life, so it’s time to start loving it, caring for it, and really living in it.
In today’s video I’m introducing my brand new series 7 Ways To Love Your Body And Life This Week. Over the course of this series I will guide you through the seven daily tasks that are the foundation of living in a body and life that you love.
After each video you will walk away with one simple strategy that you will help you to make those positive changes to how you feel about yourself and your life.
Once you’ve had a chance to watch I’ve love to hear from you.
Do you struggle to put yourself first?
Are you ready to commit to these seven simple steps that will help you feel more positive, healthy and inspired?
I sure hope so! Please leave a comment below, so that we can support each other as we take this journey together.
You can download your free Self Love Checklist that I mentioned in the video by clicking here.
Then, dive into the next video, where I’ll show you how to start appreciating your physical body today.
Thank you so much for joining me here on Jennifer Dene Wellness. I know that together we will create a bright, healthy and purpose-filled future for ourselves, and the women that come after us.