Embrace your Life
Today’s the day I write my first blog for my business “embrace your life” I’m very excited!
I remember the very day that I thought of the name “embrace your
life” I was driving down the road and I was thinking about my day, as I usually
do on my way to work. I had my recorder out and in my hand,
trying to think of a name, for the book, I was going to write about my
life. I wanted to write this book
because I wanted to help other people. I felt with everything that I have been
through, that if I could do it, anyone could do it, with a some guidance and
help. I Remember the exact moment and place as I was driving and what I was
thinking. I wanted to teach people
to love their lives. To WANT to be in THEIR own life. To be proud of their life
and accomplishments. To be able to enjoy every single moment of their life. When
you have come close to death as I have on several occasions, it really does make
you appreciate things and the ones you love, in this wonderful life. The Small stuff, you just don’t sweat
anymore. And the big stuff, are all the moments that you have a smile on your
face. And if you’re not happy or
satisfied in what you call your life, well, is time to change. You
need to do it for yourself and your family. Whether you know it or not you are a
leader. If you are a mom or
dad or big sister, you get the point, then you are a leader. There are people
watching you, every move you take, every example that you make. So let’s work on
those moves! If it’s not a good
move at least let’s learn from it and get better for the next time you have to
dance that dance! We all make
mistakes and it is likely to happen again, so you will have plenty of practice
to get it right. Just remember
“the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again in the
same way but expecting a different result” Albert
The only way that you can do this, to change, is to embrace your
life” Stacey Ainslie.
I am truly happy that I’m here today.
I thought this would be a fitting place to begin my story.....
I was sitting in a restaurant today with a good friend and we
were talking about life-and-death and how his culture doesn’t really value a
long life. They were raised to know that life could end at any moment and
usually around age 40 –ish. But they were not taught to value all the moments
of their life or want more moments. Having come so close to death myself, on
more than one occasion, I am so thankful that I here. I am very happy to be
here, even though every day might not be the best, I’m still here. I still get
to enjoy my kids. To be there with them to help them through their trials and
their tribulation. It is because of my children that I am here today.
I have MS. Multiple sclerosis. And if it wasn’t for my children,
I would have killed myself. The pain was so unbearable for weeks at a time when
I was in my late 20s, that if I did not have children, I would’ve ended it. I do
not believe in suicide, At all. I believe that you should fight to the very last
moment. But, I do understand why cancer patients want to kill themselves because
of the pain. How very well do I understand.(I am not in pain from MS now, more
on that later, how I conquered MS. ) If it wasn’t for my children I would not
have fought so hard to live and be there for them. So
this was an odd concept to me. Knowing that you are going to die at age 40, so,
eat, drink and be merry until you die, this is the best way I can describe the
concept that my friend was explaining to
In his culture people die shortly after 40 years of age. And they
know this. So they accept this. This man is 72 years old. So
I said to him “why, what did you do different?” After we talked for a while it
turns out that unlike people in his culture he “inadvertently received fair
amounts of exercise throughout his life and recently in the last 10 years he has
started to live a healthier life”. Which is not the norm for the people of his
culture. He had plenty of cardio and actually ran several miles a day. He ate
healthy and is now at the ripe old age of 72 years.
He doesn’t look 72 either, folks. After talking to him for a while I
proposed my plans to start a new fitness program geared specifically towards
people of his culture. Using him as a good example, of course, of living a good,
healthy, clean life with mind body and soul intact.
He is 72 and making changes to his life to live longer in a
culture where this is not defined. And even though he tells me he’s prepared to
die at any moment, he is happy, he is here
Embrace your life, love your life, be the change in your life. If
you do these things everything else will fall into place. I know this to be a
fact. Today’s the day I start to talk about and to teach you how to live a
healthy life where you can embrace your mind body and soul to become one person.
You. Happy YOU.
I can help you on your way to a happy and healthy life through my
many programs and seminars. Instead of writing a book I’m writing a program for
a healthier you. It is not a cookie-cutter program. It is designed specifically
for your needs and wants in your life.
Are you looking for new job?
Are you unhappy in a relationship? Kids, parents, spouse, girlfriend? Any of these?
You feel like the weight of the world is on your shoulders?
Are you suffering from an illness or disease?
Are you overweight or underweight?
If you said yes to any of these questions I can help. There is no
need to stress out one more moment. Learn how to make all the moments of your
life not only more bearable but enjoyable. Moments that you will look forward to
every day. Don’t you want that?
This is a slow process. Change….. One baby step at a
So I will be introducing health, body, mind and soul technique
and tactics on slow trickle through this blog and my website. This information
is free. I want to help. But if you feel like you need more help please contact
me for my coaching expertise. You do not have to do it alone.
This is my personal phone number 970-901-5429. Please text with