Inspiration and Goals

Inspiration and Goals

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Today is about inspiration. I draw inspiration from Photographers, Chefs, Nutritionalists, Yoginis, Natural Healers and everyday people. I want to create inspiration for similar people on the same path or who are thinking of getting themselves better, healthier and fitter.

So 2013 is about goals….

This yearΒ I WILLΒ (not want)

To lose 5kg

To run 10km

Start my photography business

Practise Yoga daily

Start to Meditate

Do MAN pushups

Be happy

Go clean and RAW

Eat Real FOOD

Stop shopping at a supermarket

Visit the beach as often as I can

Photograph some amazing people and places

Make a success of something

Support and Nurture my husband and his business

Be the best Mummy and friend for my daughter.

Upcycle

Renovate something

Goals, dreams and aspirations are important. It’s important for me. I need to be reading something new, striving for something new so I have something to keep me going and pick me up when I am down.

What are your goals and aspirations? What are you going to do to make a better version of you?

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Humble beginnings to 2013

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New Year, Better Me

Took a short break over the christmas break to somewhere that is home to me. Rolling waves, sea breeze, kids playing, people fishing…it’s harmonious I think given the chance I would move to the ocean full time and never take advantage of its purity and humbleness.

It’s often that we get bogged down by the stresses and it takes A LOT to get out of a rut.
Now my auto immune disease was my RUT. How could I get past this impact on my life?! Nothing I ate was any good for me so what was I to do but wallow in self pity.

When I started the Low-Fodmap diet and started looking into what Sue Shepard had published I realised that my hadn’t ended and part of my healing was that emotional burden. Not believing that you can achieve what you dream of is the first hurdle in wellness. If you are skeptical and if are not willing to commit then you are doing yourself injustice. I blamed everything before I started to focus on what I could do for MYSELF. Every diet didn’t work for me but I never fully committed to it. Now I look back and face palm myself and think who was I kidding.

So today I’d like to introduce an inspiration. Jess Ainscough-The Wellness Warrior. Read her story, follow her blog and enrich yourself with her passion and knowledge into all things awesome.

http://www.thewellnesswarrior.com.au/Β