Taking Care of YOUR BODY!

There are things in our lives that are out of our control, which create feelings of uncertainty, but something that is in our control is self-care. According to Merriam-Webster, the definition of self-care is “care for oneself”.  I am a moderator for a  FaceBook (FB) group called Creating a Positive Mind, Strong Body, and Beautiful Skin The group focuses on the importance of taking care of yourself. I post motivational and inspirational quotes for my members. I also incorporate the importance of taking care of our bodies, what we put in and on our bodies. I promote a healthy lifestyle that incorporates exercise, gratitude, and self-care activities. I look forward to connecting with my members and am always thinking of what I would like to post next since I do not have the opportunity to blog everyday.

My blog also focuses on my experiences using Arbonne’s pure, beneficial, and safe products.  I am an Independent Consultant and District Manager for Arbonne.  The name Arbonne comes from a village in Switzerland, which has come to mean “beautiful tree.” This is a metaphor for all things Arbonne-natural and enduring, providing shelter and abundance, always green and always growing. 

The majority of people want to develop and grow. They also want to be the best version of themselves and live their best life. I know that I do! I want to live a fulfilling life and become a mom. I am a mom to my fur babies, but I want to have the opportunity to hold a baby in my arms that I do not have to give back to their mother. What I would give to hear a baby cry… My husband and I have wanted to have a family for a very long time, but obstacles always seem to arise. One of those obstacles are health issues that I have had to face. Many of my readers know my medical obstacles if they have read my blog or at least read my headline blog post.

One medical obstacle I have had to face and still face is an advanced form of endometriosis. I have also overcome miscarriages and breast cancer. Each of these medical obstacles have helped me reexamine how I am taking care of my body.