Browsing All posts tagged under »gratitude«

Wherever You Go, There You Are

August 30, 2015 by

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  Have you observed the little voice in between your ears lately?  Do you enjoy it’s perspective on your body and life?  Or does it sound more like a critic?  Is that little voice drawing conclusions and judgments of the outside world or is it enjoying the ability to create a new body and life? What if […]

A Thank You To Sheri Lynn

November 2, 2014 by

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On behalf of our entire GT family; past, present and future, we thank YOU, Sheri!  Thank you for saying YES when you heard the call, over and over.  Thank you for saying yes to us, when you may have wanted to say no so you had more time to knit. 🙂 You broke the mold with […]

Layers of Gratitude

November 2, 2014 by

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I was recently in India where gratitude was reinvented for me. You see, I have always considered myself a grateful person, but as I learned, there are many layers of gratitude. As we come upon this month of Thanksgiving and giving thanks, I invite you to look at gratitude from a slightly nuanced perspective. How […]

Sing Along: On the 12th Day of…WAIT, On the 60th day of…..

November 2, 2014 by

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Holiday “Season” is here! Everyone look down at your body. Repeat after me:  Thank you body for being such a beautiful goddess because of the way I care for you! Ummmm, that might apply to you or that might be complete B.S. and you are gagging by now, if you are anything like the old me around […]

Morning Gratitude Ritual

November 2, 2014 by

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  Looking to start a new ritual or habit to bring in more joy?  Please give this one a shot until you create your own.  I’ve been faithful to this for the past few years and it has brought me immense joy and happiness! I find this practice VERY valuable to switch my brain from […]

RN Advice: Big Fat Gratitude

November 2, 2014 by

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When was the last time you thanked your body for storing or getting fat?  Not something you are thankful for?  Think again.  Fat on our bodies is a wonderful thing.  Really it is.  Fat in and on our bodies offer a layer of protection to our bones and organs to cushion from injury.  It also […]

RN Advice: Holiday Reflections

December 2, 2013 by

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During the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, I like to take a few hours away to spend some time alone reflecting on the past year’s journey.  Where did I start this year?  What roadblocks/paths appeared?  Where am I today?   Am I in a better spot than I was at the beginning?  What did […]

Gratitude is my Attitude!

November 3, 2013 by

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One fundamental rule I’ve acquired while working with Sheri Lynn is that two things can not occupy the same space.  I often use this reference in terms of food, however; it also applies to thought.   If we are grateful for our body, we will dissolve judgment and negativity towards it. By filling that one […]

Carol’s Self-Portrait

November 3, 2013 by

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It’s been a remarkable journey and almost impossible to fully capture and express the changes I have experienced since adopting a life style of clean living and eating. Unless I’m talking to my coach I wonder if other people “get it”. Can I really describe how different I feel and capture the essence of my […]

How We Roll: Coach Christy Ewing

July 7, 2013 by

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Change is inevitable, this is what I know.  I have been in the midst of change over the past few months and I found myself reflecting upon how I roll when life events happen and change is coming my way whether I think I am ready for it or not.  I have found change can […]