Oh my Kale, how has it been so long since I last posted here?
Well it has certainly been a wonderful yet busy start to 2015, with new coaching jobs, renewed clients, youth fitness events, groups, meetings, birthday celebrations, new certifications, training, competitions, volunteering, family, and book writing.
But most of all; I've had time to reflect, rest, and begin the process in recreating what I'd like my company, my brand, and my own life to bring in to this world. So much to share but so little time.
Here is a tiny little piece of our month in pictures... More to follow!
We've had Ice:
A lot - A LOT of ice..
A lot - A LOT of snow:
Sledding at home and tubing in Georgia brought adventures to the homestead:
My First Masters Competition:
And a whole lot of awesome food:
Working at several gyms, while also doing my own workouts, training for competitions, and being a Mom on the go all the time would definitely take its toll if I made constantly poor food choices. In order to make sure I'm eating enough, while getting the RIGHT foods, I've been stocking my fridge.
Nothing makes me happier in the kitchen than a giant bowl of salad.
What is coming up next in the Veg house?
- The CrossFit Open is back- I'm ready as I'm going to be to have fun and break through my own barriers for the next five weeks
- Then another national competition that will be hosted at our Box
- More Personal Coaching sessions - I now coach out of 4 local gyms and have met the most amazing people.
- Corporate wellness initiatives
- My Book should be out in print soon
- New online programs will be released this year
- My Dad is moving closer to this side of the country so more trips will be coming up too.
I'm even looking in to hosting retreats and growing the FIH message in a huge way. With my schedule crazy and Veg getting older, why not make this the perfect time to kick things up a notch. <she says with a grin>
Speaking of the Vegkid, he's closer to being a teenager and man is he showing it. Goodness!! His teacher has been amazing this year and has really challenged him though. He is preparing for a big event at school along with a three day camping/hiking trip with his class. Then it will be Spring break already.
Life sure does move fast. I'm just glad that I've taken the time to really look around and enjoy it. One of my favorite days this past week was a snow day with nowhere to be. At some point, I just laid in the snow and listened to the silence.
It doesn't have to be a snow day but if you're reading this, make sure you take time to enjoy this life. We only get one shot, so make it good *smile*