Here’s the real deal, the ? truth… well, my truth and maybe yours too?
Here's the real dealHi! I’m Rebecca ??‍♀️ 
I’ve set A LOT of resolutions and pretty much all of them have failed. I’ve always had pretty good self confidence, so I could easily brush off those failures as “life lessons” and carry on as if they never existed. But the truth is, I let myself down (that’s really hard to say, isn’t it?) and found excuses as to why I didn’t stick with my resolutions.
Here’s how it typically goes… I set a lofty resolution. Say, I want to lose 20 pounds and I’ll do this by working out 5 days a week, giving up carbs, giving up sugar, cutting out all “junk food” (whatever that means), etc…
Ready for it?
Excuse #1: It’s January 1st and I’ve already convinced myself that it’s a holiday so I’ll start on the following Monday. *sigh*
But I’m determined! So, the first Monday of the new year, I’m ready. I’ve gone grocery shopping. I’ve cleaned out my cupboards and refrigerator and I’ve joined a gym. ??‍♀️ I’m well on my way, watch out!
By Day 3 of my new routine, I’m exhausted! For some reason I thought I’d feel completely different given all the changes I made. I mean, how could eating super healthy for 3 days and working-out not result in me feeling better? Miserable, I push on.
It’s the first weekend and I’ve made it through the work week. I’ve kept all my goals and as a reward to myself I indulge in wine and take out. I love food and celebrating – I worked out 5 days in a row and deprived myself of everything good, I deserve this! (Excuse #2) I have a grand night and the next day I feel guilt ridden and allow myself to wallow. Did I just erase all the work I did this last week? ??‍♀️
The next week goes about the same. I’m still not feeling the “effects” of all my efforts and I’m starting to think that it’s really not worth all this “work” and deprivation if it’s not going to result in anything other than my own misery. (Excuse #3 is brewing)
It’s getting towards the end of the January and I’m skipping workouts and sneaking in foods I told myself I wouldn’t eat. I haven’t given up but, the stresses in life are becoming a little too much to keep at bay (here’s Excuse #3).
By the beginning of February, I’m a statistic. No, not in a dire way, but I’m one of the 80% of people who’ve abandoned their new years resolutions. By March I’ve forgotten all about them. Until… I run into a friend who has been killing it and little-by-little has made changes to achieve their goals – I’m jealous but won’t let is show. I don’t even mention that I had set a resolution and failed. Instead, I tell them all about how I don’t set resolutions (Excuse #4) but I’m so proud they are crushing it! And truly, I am… but, and there’s always a but, I’m disappointed in myself for giving up – There it is again, the real kicker!
If you’ve read this far, I’ll assume we have some things in common… Maybe this is your story too? Maybe you are the friend that killed it after figuring it all out? I’m both of those people. I set lofty resolutions and fail. But when I set goals and achieve them through accountability and support, I kill it! 


These pictures speak volumes. Both are me. I’m happy in both (look at my handsome husband). On the left, is the girl who struggled to keep her resolutions. The girl on the right, that’s the one who reached her goals. The difference that you don’t see, is that the girl on the right is proud of herself. She’s happy with how she looks in the photo and feels good in her own skin. – Vacationing in Spain and enjoying wine and food and not regretting any of it! I didn’t get there alone though. Without accountability, support, and guidance I never would have achieved my goals.


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The Achiever’s Challenge is here! Resolutions fail. They’re designed to fail. Go big or go home, right? Not quite! Sure the end goal can be big and it should be, YOU ARE WORTH IT! But you’ve got to get there the right way. In a sustainable way. A way that doesn’t make you miserable. A way that supports you and holds you accountable. With achievable milestones – that are worth celebrating without the guilt. Real change, change that sticks, takes time and commitment.


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