top of page

Quarantine Day 2 and more

Great news! COVID-19 negative results.

But quarantine is still in effect.

Per guidelines, I still have symptoms so isolation until further notice. 

Again, making the most of each day.

And thank goodness for grocery delivery


I challenge you to think of a goal, big or small. 

In order to achieve this goal, it starts with behavior change.

To change your behavior, you need to change your identity.

What do I mean about changing your identity? (Sounds scary and maybe impossible, but I assure you, it's neither.)

I think the best way to describe the meaning of identity change is to give you some examples:

  • The goal is not to read a book, the goal is to become a reader.

  • The goal is not to finish a half marathon, the goal is to become a runner.

  • The goal is not to lose weight, the goal is to become a healthy person.

Changing your identify means changing how you perceive yourself.

Once you believe you ARE what your goal is, creating habits and systems that stick becomes so much easier.

What is your goal? 

Now what is your new identity?

What is one thing (habit) you can add to your daily routine that aligns with your new identity?

-Do it everyday until it become automatic.

-Then add in the next small habit and repeat the process. 


"The quality of our lives often depend on the quality of our habits."

-Author James Clear

Atomic Habits


Additional services:


Stay consistent.

Trust the process. 


^ don't hesitate to shoot me an email!

15 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

No such thing as junk miles

“Anything over an 8min/mi are junk miles.” These words are like nails on a chalkboard to me. A couple years ago, one of my runners told me that her previous running coach had told her this. I was floo


Post: Blog2_Post
bottom of page