Can it be hard for you to make changes?

You may be like most of us when it comes to this. Even though we know they’re going to help us in a particular way, it can be really challenging to follow through with making those changes. 1

This seems to be partly because we often need to deconstruct the non-helpful habits before we can put the new ones in place.

It may be handy to share Kristina’s story with you. She’s a delightful client I’ve had the pleasure of working with for quite some time now (you can also find her story on the website here.)

In Kristina’s words, “Before I met Fi, I was feeling tired with little energy and I knew that my body was not functioning properly.”

This is something that often many of us are aware of – the things that just aren’t working right. We may not be quite sure what’s not right, although we know something’s ‘out’.

For example, Kristina was going to the gym 5x a week and doing weights and yoga and she didn’t have the energy that she needed to get through the day. She knew that she needed to exercise but she knew that things were way off balance.

We went through her scenario together and I made some recommendations. In her words ‘I believe most of us find change difficult and I am no exception…Over time and with patience, my body started changing. Today I am a much healthier and happier individual.’

At the end of the day, it’s about realizing there’s something not right and then having the courage to make the decision to reach out and do something different. It pays off, in the long run, to make sure that we’re linking with somebody who‘s an experienced expert in helping to make the changes we’re seeking.

I’m curious to hear from you if you’ve ever noticed when things aren’t right, and you’ve gone ahead and done what was needed – and if so, what happened.

In the meantime, I’m forward to seeing you on this week’s #AlivewithFi when we’ll dive a little bit deeper on this one.

Have a great couple of days

1Many of us end up avoiding change and prefer to stay in our comfort zones, although once we summon the courage and take the first step to change, our life can turn around, for the better

“10 Powerful Benefits of Change and Why We Should Embrace It” A. Alexander (n.d.)

Fi Jamieson-Folland D.O., I.N.H.C., is The LifeStyle Aligner. She’s an experienced practitioner since 1992 in Europe, Asia and New Zealand as a qualified Osteopath, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, speaker, educator, writer, certified raw vegan gluten-free chef, and Health Brand Ambassador.
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