Doing Barre classes 4 times a week for 4 weeks created surprising changes in my strength – both physical and mental strength.
“Your beliefs become your thoughts, Your thoughts become your words, Your words become your actions, Your actions become your habits, Your habits become your values, Your values become your destiny.” ― Mahatma Gandhi I write a lot about challenge groups both from the perspective of organizing and leading and also my experiences participant. As I’ve mentioned in my prior posts, participating in challenge groups for almost a year was a truly transformational experience. In that time, I developed healthy habits including: 6-day a week workout schedule, increased water intake, clean eating nutrition plan, breaking a late night snacking habit, breaking a stress-eating cycle that included the chocolate drawer at my office, switched my coffee to green tea (at work, still have 2 cups at home before I start my day), creating a healthy bed-time and night-time routine, making healthier choices while dining out, and healthier choices/preparing for weekend temptations. These huge lifestyle changes didn’t happen over night – but each month when I participated in a 21-day challenge group, I chose a new area of …
In anticipation of the November Fix, I realize that its not that I hate surprises – I just LOVE anticipation.
How Stitch Fix is keeping my fabulous and sane.