I'm not sure if you've seen this campaign floating around facebook, Instagram or other social media sites, but there's a group out to see if people can be happy for 100 straight days. When I saw this I just loved the idea and couldn't wait to sign up, and I'm on day 4 now! I think people are so quick to focus on and post everything they're unhappy about, all the negative, so it's been refreshing these past few days to go to facebook and see people posting about the little things they're happy for. So far some of my days have been being able to hire someone to take care of my lawn this year which will free up my time and also helping out a local business, and getting to work from home doing something I love (bring your cats to work day is every day!) :)
If you'd like to take the 100 happy days challenge with me, it's free to sign up here! And if you do, be sure to tag me on Instagram (@Pure_Synergy) or on facebook so I can see your posts!
I was seriously so excited to wake up to see these pics of Amanda!!! I want to tell you a little bit about her journey, and I'm probably going to say a bit more than she'd like, but she knows I love her and I think a lot of people will be able to relate to her story. (Don't worry! I will ONLY share pics that I have full permission to use.) :)
Amanda is a friend of mine that has been struggling trying to lose weight for a while now, and as soon as she'd find herself in a groove she'd end up sick or injured and feel defeated. She was just getting back in the swing of things and doing great, and then she received the worst blow yet, she broke her foot.
For a couple weeks she let it really bring her down. She was so frustrated because for the first time it had felt like she was breaking that cycle, and now she was going to lose all that momentum. That's when she decided to quit feeling sorry for herself and decided to take control.
Even though she couldn't workout with her broken foot, she decided on the21-Day Fix and committed to ONLY the meal plan portion of it 100% for the next 21 days, no workouts. (And don't think it's a "quick fix" starvation diet. She was eating bread, chocolate and peanut bitter in the plan, and we even went to Spot Coffee one day and she ordered a breakfast wrap off the menu.)
My next 21-Day Fix group will be starting soon. It's pretty crazy to think of just what you can accomplish in that short of time. If you're ready to take that next step and COMMIT 100% for 21 days, message me on facebook or respond to this email and I can guide you every step of the way!
PS Memorial Day is less than FOUR weeks away!