Weight Starting: 130

Weight Today: 127.4

Weight Lost in 4 days: 2.6

Yesterday was a complete blur.

I caught my son’s cold and had no cravings for food or anything else for that matter.

My mind was so hazy that I forgot to write down what I ate and drank, but will summarize as best as I can:

  • Lemon, Ginger, Apple Juice
  • Mini Macro Bar
  • Golden Milk from Gaia
  • Smoothie Bowl: banana, blueberries, coconut milk, granola, honey, chia seeds
  • Mary’s Gone Crackers with Avocado + himalayan salt
  • Beet juice
  • Tortilla chips with daiya cheddar cheese and salsa ( I was really craving tortilla soup and this is all I could manage with 10% energy)
  • Peppermint Tea (limitless amounts)
  • Hot lemon water

I stopped eating around 5pm, had no appetite and couldn’t help but douse myself in essential oils to get rid of my migraine. I overdid it on Real Housewives reruns, it was the only thing my brain could handle. It hurt to look at words so reading was out.

I feel like this always happens. When I get really focused and intentional, something tries to throw me off, like this cold. But it won’t throw me off. My food diaries won’t be as glowing as I wished, because you need energy to foof it up, but smoothie bowls and juices are my jam.

No barre today or any sort of movement really, other than up and down the stairs to do laundry and bring my new client gifts to their pile that I’m waiting to send…. but not until everything arrives.

So there you have it! Progress, not perfection is the name of the game.

Lovin’ Life,

J MuenzGift Activator, Fearful to Fit

When I started coaching – I was the weight loss queen and still am, but it’s much deeper.

Holy shit.

My expertise keeps expanding because of personal and professional experience.

When I started coaching – I was the weight loss queen and still am, but it’s much deeper.

Now I’m getting emails from women who have:
• hypothyroidism
• Epstein-Barr
• cancer

These women want to ward off infections with nutrition and herbs.

They want to figure out why one part of their life is easy to handle and other parts they just can’t seem to “get it together.”

They are not alone.

I want to fight my health demons with the exact same method and that’s why I have a team working with me:

  • Naturopath
  • Neurologist 
  • Health coach
  • Detox Specialist 
  • Massage therapist

We aren’t meant to do it alone.

We should be hiring the experts to do the job that isn’t in our wheelhouse. So when something seems “expensive” think about the return on investment the ROI.

When I take women through my 90 day program they hit major breakthroughs. They do things they haven’t done in the last 10 YEARS AFTER 3 MONTHS.

Of course it’s going to be an investment.

Of course I’m paying my health team some serious scrilla because my health is number one.

If that means I gotta hustle harder and make money to afford the experts, I’ll do it every time.

Who’s with me?