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Good Nutrition Can Get You to All of Your Goals

No matter what your goals are this year: financial, career, relationships, or physical, good nutrition is a key step in achieving your goals. After all, how can you take action toward your goals if you are feeling sick, tired, and stressed out?

Good nutrition provides the nutrients you need fuel your brain, give you energy, and keep you alert and focused on the the steps you need to take to reach your goal.

Nutritional coaching can teach you how to eat to perform at your best mentally and physically. The better you perform, the faster and easier you will reach your goal.

In nutritional coaching, you meet with your coach to assess your current nutritional and dietary situation and determine the next step in becoming a little bit better by introducing small achievable changes that, over time yield measurable results. With nutritional coaching you can stop dieting, learn to eat better, and be more focused and energetic.

At Achieve Wellness, our clients meet with their coach via video conference or messenger once a month to discuss progress, identify challenges, and collaborate on what steps to take next. In addition, clients receive daily lessons and tips to help them stay on track. Coaches monitor progress and provide feedback as necessary throughout the process.

Because I want you to achieve all of your goals this year, I am offering a special new year rate for the month of January!

I am offering our 1-on-1 nutritional coaching program for $150/month (reg. $175/month) AND I am throwing in the initial consultation free of charge, that’s a $50 savings!

Space in the program is limited to 10 people and at this price spaces will fill quickly, so don’t wait!

Take a few minutes right now to fill out our new client survey and get on the path to reaching your goals in 2019!


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Take Action Today

Take a minute right now to think about 1 of your goals. It can be a weight loss goal, fitness goal, financial goal, relationship goal, or a bucket list goal.

Now, think about 1 thing you can do today to move a little closer to achieving that goal. It does not have to be a big leap or take a lot of time (unless you are motivated to do so), remember it is the little things we do that move us down the path to success.

For example, if your goal is to lose a few pounds then perhaps you spend some time today preparing meals for the week so you have easy access to healthy meals that support your weight loss.

If your goal is to find your soulmate go to a local coffee shop and hang out for 15-20 minutes. Read a book, write in your journal about what you want you soulmate to be like, stay present and mindful of those around you, smile and look approachable. You never know who you will meet. It may not be your soulmate, but it could be the person, who knows the person, who is your soulmate.

The point is to invest some time today in making your goal a reality. Taking an action, any action, is the only way to make progress.

What action are you going to take today? Inspire others by writing it in the comments below.

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Until next time, have a happy healthy day!


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Healthy Finances, Healthy Body

I know it may seem odd to talk about finances on a blog predominately dedicated to health and wellness, but our financial situation can directly contribute to our physical health and well being.

Money is a major source of stress for many people and that stress adversely affects our physical body and our mental state. Constant stress causes us to be in, “fight or flight” mode, which can cause hypertension, cardiovascular disease, a weakened immune system, poor sleep, diabetes, and weight gain.

In addition, healthy eating habits can be difficult or impossible to maintain if you do not have the financial resources to buy nutritional foods, like vegetables, fruits, and lean meat/protein. Let’s face it, eating healthy can be much more expensive than grabbing something from a fast food restaurant.

As a result of these 2 factors, I believe it is critical to spend some time addressing our financial health along with our physical, mental, and spiritual health. We truly can’t have one without the others.

So this week I would like to introduce you to a little exercise that will help you begin to get your financial health tuned up.

Just as you can’t have a healthy body if you fill it with junk food, or a healthy mind if you are focusing on negative thoughts, you can’t have cluttered financial space. What I mean is, if your money/credit cards/checkbook are stuffed into your purse or briefcase with assorted receipts, dried up pens, and old gum wrappers your are not creating a healthy environment for your finances. The same holds true for the loose change floating around your car, couch, etc.

  • Today or over the weekend, take some time to clean out your purse/briefcase, wallet.
    1. Throw out all of the trash
      Organize and file any receipts.
      Line up all of your cash by denomination.
      Sort out gift cards and credit cards and place them in slots.
      Collect and wrap all loose change, cash it in at the bank, or take it to a spare change kiosk. Either deposit the change into your savings account or put it on a gift card. Do the same thing for spare change in your car and around the house.
      Go through other purses, wallets, coat pockets, and anywhere else money may be hiding and collect any forgotten currency.

    By cleaning out, organizing, and nurturing the financial resources directly in your hands you tell your higher power you are ready to be responsible for more money and you open up space for more money to follow in.

    Once you have cleared out and organized your money, you will probably be a little bit richer, and you will be amazed at how much better you feel about your finances and feeling better about money can mean feeling better about your mind and body!

    Feel free to share your experiences below and have a happy, healthy day!


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    What Can You Do This Week to Move in the Direction of Your Goals?

    What do you want to accomplish this week in relation to your goals and what actions can you take to help you get there?

    Do you want to lose weight?
    If so, commit to engaging in some form of purposeful exercise (running, taking a fitness class, lifting weights, etc) for 2-3 hours this week.

    Are you saving to buy a house?
    Try saving a few dollars by making coffee at home or packing your lunch once or twice this week.

    Are you looking for your soul mate?
    Then get out on the town and start meeting people, join a group or charity that interests you, or list out what qualities your soul mate will possess.

    Make a commitment right now to take some form of action at least 3-4 times this week that will help propel you toward your goals. Be bold and make your commitment public by leaving it in the comments below.

    Here is mine: I am committed to talking to 4-5 people about my lifestyle and nutritional coaching program!

    Have a happy, healthy week!


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    What Can You Do This Week to Move in the Direction of Your Goals?

    What do you want to accomplish this week in relation to your goals and what actions can you take to help you get there?

    Do you want to lose weight?
    If so, commit to engaging in some form of purposeful exercise (running, taking a fitness class, lifting weights, etc) for 2-3 hours this week.

    Are you saving to buy a house?
    Try saving a few dollars by making coffee at home or packing your lunch once or twice this week.

    Are you looking for your soul mate?
    Then get out on the town and start meeting people, join a group or charity that interests you, or list out what qualities your soul mate will possess.

    Make a commitment right now to take some form of action at least 3-4 times this week that will help propel you toward your goals. Be bold and make your commitment public by leaving it in the comments below.

    Here is mine: I am committed to talking to 4-5 people about my lifestyle and nutritional coaching program!

    Have a happy, healthy week!


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    What Can You Do This Week to Move in the Direction of Your Goals?

    What do you want to accomplish this week in relation to your goals and what actions can you take to help you get there?

    Do you want to lose weight?
    If so, commit to engaging in some form of purposeful exercise (running, taking a fitness class, lifting weights, etc) for 2-3 hours this week.

    Are you saving to buy a house?
    Try saving a few dollars by making coffee at home or packing your lunch once or twice this week.

    Are you looking for your soul mate?
    Then get out on the town and start meeting people, join a group or charity that interests you, or list out what qualities your soul mate will possess.

    Make a commitment right now to take some form of action at least 3-4 times this week that will help propel you toward your goals. Be bold and make your commitment public by leaving it in the comments below.

    Here is mine: I am committed to talking to 4-5 people about my lifestyle and nutritional coaching program!

    Have a happy, healthy week!


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    Getting Back on Track

    We are  1/4 of the way through 2016, and if you are like most people you started the year with good intentions to make this the year your finally achieve those goals you have been talking about for years.

    So, how is it going so far?  Are you wealthier than you were in 2015?  Have you lost those  10, 20, 30  pounds?  Did you start your own business or find your soulmate yet?

    If you are like most people the goals you set for yourself in January are probably collecting dust in the back of your mind.  Well, it is time to take them out dust them off and put them to work.

    Ask yourself, “What do I want to achieve in the next 2 years?”

    Sometime today or tomorrow find a quiet place to sit down and think about what you want to accomplish in several areas of your life including:

    • Finances – How much money would you like to earn in the next month? Year? 2 years?  Do you want a new car or home?  What financial achievements do you want to achieve in the next 24 months?
    • Career – How would you like your career or professional life to advance over the next 2 years?
    • Relationships – What do you want your relationships to look like over the next 2 years?  Would you like to make more friends?  Is there a person in your life with whom you would like to reconnect?  Would you like to spend more time with your family?
    • Health and fitness – Do you want to lose weight, run a 1/2 marathon, or lower your blood pressure?  All of the above?  Two years from now what will your health and fitness look like?
    • Personal – What do you want to accomplish in your personal life?  How would you like to grow personally in the next 2 years?  Do you want to learn a language? Do you want to improve your spirituality?
    • Recreation – What fun things do you want to do over the next 2 years?  What vacations do you want to take?  What activities do you want to participate in simply for fun?
    • Contributions – What do you want contribute to the world in the next 2 years?  Will you start a charity?  Work with children, animals, or the homeless?

    Write a least 3 accomplishments per category.

    Then for the next few days reread your list and add to it or refine it.  We will use this list over the next few month to help you maintain focus and finally have the life you have been dreaming of.

    Have fun and think BIG!!!!!!