Sunday, September 30, 2018


My companions,
It's been some week, huh? I don't know about you, but I feel completely overwhelmed and angry. I wasn't sure what to do with this feeling. My first instinct was to take it out on random men. No, that is not a good idea because most men are good and it isn't fair of me to put all men in the same category. Notwithstanding when our reality feels partitioned and segregating, I know the best way to rise is as one.  This is what I am going to do: Make contact with someone who I have not been in touch with. Somebody who I don't normally encounter or thinks differently from me. As hard as it is, it's OK not to think alike. I need to remember that.  I will remark positively on their life. Take a new friend out for coffee. Compliment a stranger on their clothing. Talk to other women about their fitness program, etc. 
I plan on channeling my anger into building other women up. I'm going to spread love like it's going out of style and I encourage you to do the same. 

Be well, be you, be healthy both mentally and physically. 

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Sunday, September 2, 2018

Keep Growing

Focus and sacrifice are at the center to a significant number of us. Without the desire to get after it consistently, you would not be developing in your field, and you would not have the opportunity of receiving the rewards and getting pleasure out of what you do. Without it, you and I would not be the place we are today. I would not be composing on an effective blog, teaching a new class each and every time I instruct, rousing others to be their best selves, and the list goes on.

When I decide to do something months from now I commit a very long time to a preparation plan that can truly direct my regular daily existence. I know many of you are training for the NYC Marathon. You put in the miles, the exercises, the fuel, the rest, social media time, no sleeping in, etc. What does that do? It gives you the flexibility to be sure about your capacities and know you are prepared for what's to come.

So, keep doing what you do.  Your sacrifice is not a lost cause. You are doing awesome!

In Health,
Jessica Bailey