I did a thing. 💕Thursday I'll be back in California to help mentor and develop the future leaders in our Beachbody LIVE Master Trainer family. I'll reunite with some of my fellow MTs and meet some new trainers for the very first time. I am SUPER excited and honored to be a part of this important aspect of their careers.💕
So I did a thing.... 👉 I booked myself a first class airline ticket to LA.✈️
Last year I set a pretty HUGE goal for myself. It was something that would require consistency and focus over the course of all of 2018. At times it seemed like my only focus. But in the background, I was actually asserting my boundaries and making work-life balance an actual thing.
Looking back at 2018, the reward was not in having achieved that huge goal I was going after (I'm *still* not even sure if I've actually hit that goal yet--stay tuned!), it is in the fact that the process felt RIGHT.
I never once lost sleep over the choices I made. I said "yes" to decisions, fully aware that I was ultimately saying "no" to other things.
💗I made mistakes and learned from them.
💗I got to *finally* see my friend Khristina on her birthday.
💗I got to spend a TON of quality time with my girl gang--we did everything from tacos after PiYo, to a sleepover party, to brunch(es), to a birthday weekend in New Orleans.
💗I got to be at my mom's side while my dad spent 45 days in the hospital.
💗I got to see my brother, my in-laws and so many amazing friends and extended family over Christmas.
💗I made it to therapy almost every week (at minimum twice per month).
💗I started getting massages regularly.
💗I got to cheer on my husband in his career pursuits and professional goals, too.
There are few moments like these: those moments when you can look back on an entire year and--despite the difficult times--think to yourself, "you just did that with no regrets."
🙏There is a peace in those moments.🙏
And I will be sitting in my hard-earned first class seat tomorrow peacefully reflecting--with all the gratitude in the world--on what a humbling and incredible journey it has been. XO