Consistency is something I take pride in.
I do my best to show up for myself day in, day out, to gift myself what I need to create and live a life I love.
In fact, I so recognise the transformational power of consistency that my work as coach centres around it - I help my clients (who all seem to lead very transient and inconsistent lives) find consistency in the habits that help them love themselves, their body and their life.
But that wasn't always the case. Consistency didn't always (and still sometimes doesn't) come easily to me.
I was historically, at very best, consistently inconsistent.
I would show up for myself (usually at the beginning of new week/month/post holiday or some other time marker) for a short period, smash it and feel great.
And then I'd stop.
(At least stop until the next new, fresh, enthusiastic marker…Starting again on Monday anyone?)
It took a long time for me to learn how to curate consistency.Read More