Have you heard yourself using these

one-liners in conversations lately?

“I need my coffee to wake up.”
”I don’t have time to eat in the morning.”
“I’m too tired to start cooking when I get home from work.”

How you start your day sets the tone of your day, what you feel like, what you crave for, what you’ll eat until you go to bed. 

It took me many years to understand how the first hour of my day was influencing my behavior and feel for the rest of that day. I was the kind of gal who would roll her eyes when someone would tell me that breakfast was the most important meal of the day. Yeah yeah. 

What can I say? I was stubborn. Young. Healthy. Hakuna Matata. Settled comfortably in my habits, which were very supportive for all the excuses I came up with. Why bother with making a breakfast for myself once the kids were dropped off at school when I could replace that with a quick cup of coffee? You know what I’m talking about, right?

 

 
 

 

Luckily, this is all in the past. I know better now, because I had the experience of feeling the difference. And believe me: that feeling is impossible to describe. You have to feel it for yourself. Because honestly, you can read this whole website and still not know what the heck I’m talking about. So give me a chance to bring on the feel that I won’t be able to explain in a hundred years.

In the end, that’s what will inspire and motivate you to take a next step and a next and a next. Until you master the art of taking care of yourself.