Two of my biggest focuses this year are increasing my gratitude and consistency. This month I’m implementing a gratitude practice in my daily life. I’ve been feeling very negative. I’d like to think I’m optimistic, cheerful and positive. For months it’s felt like I’m fighting against everything. I’ve been irritable. I use to look out my window across the city and feel so blessed. Lately, I’ve been complaining that my view is 4 floors down from where it used to be. Which is dumb because it’s still better than most.
I’ve learned that if I lean into life with positivity then things always improve for me. To get back there, I’m adjusting my mindset. If you see a glass filled to the middle, you can decide if it’s half full or half empty. The same is true about life. For example, If you hate your job or body you’re not looking at the good that comes from each. So I’m implementing a simple and sustainable gratitude practice. This means adding and maintaining steps into my daily routine. Simple, because I only have these 3 focuses each day.
This last year away from my blog has been a year of unexpected changes. 2019 was uncomfortable yet transformative. I stepped away from my blog because I didn’t feel inspired. There’s a lot of overwhelming and discouraging noise online. READ MORE
After so many questions about my weight loss on the F-Factor Diet, I’m sharing details on my personal eating and workout habits. This is my lifestyle not a temporary change in my life. Yes I still use the F-Factor app to log what I’m eating and reference carbs/fiber based on serving sizes. Highly recommend downloading the app. I recommend buying the book because the details and recipes are imperative to your success. The book explains how this lifestyle change works and this mindset is ideal. Here are specific details on diet, workout, recipe and everything else you all have asked.