A Healthy 2020: Three Keys to Being Consistent

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A Healthy 2020: Three Keys to Being Consistent

Are you looking to have a healthy 2020? Historically, people love setting new year resolutions, which are often around health and fitness. I’m here for it, I love the enthusiasm! Also, we know that our language is powerful, so instead of resolving that you have to “change,” maybe you have chosen to set an New Year intention or two for 2020. Fantastic, go you!

I have seen the direct results and successes from my clients being intentional, and it works!

Some of you may also be committing to unconditional self-acceptance this year. No forcing, no changing, you are ENOUGH. I think that is beautiful, and important, too!

If you are someone who, in your current health and wellness journey has noticed some unwanted symptoms, or noticed your lifestyle has become increasingly sedentary.. and want to find a place of committed, consistent movement for muscular, mental and cardio health, that is awesome. If you want to start fueling your body with healthier foods, take a look our Planted Table recipes to start. Let’s discuss some of the ways you can keep that going for yourself… not in a forceful way, but in a balanced way, across this entire year (and beyond).


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What do you specifically want to achieve this year? What’s the outcome you’d love to see? Whatever that is, start saying it out loud, right now. Not only does that keep you more accountable (aka avoiding the, “if no one knows you’re trying, no one knows if you fail” trap), it instantly puts the creation process in motion. Having a healthy 2020, isn’t just about the physical goals, focus on your overall health and wellness. Start by telling yourself and telling the Universe exactly what you are creating — every single morning. Yes, do this daily. It takes 3 seconds because you will keep it very simple. For example, “I am creating vibrant health,” or “I am building new healthy habits,” “I am stepping into the greatest version of myself,” “I am healthy and free!” or “I am getting stronger every day!” Say it in the mirror (with a deep sense of certainty, for extra credit) and watch the magic happen. By focusing on your health and wellness, you are personally creating your new reality.


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This is a big factor when it comes to “quitting.” Any time someone is trying to do something new, the mind and body will cling to the old habit for a while. Thinking that if you misstep or “blow it” on your new health plan or exercise routine that it’s all over and you’re a huge failure.. is frankly NOT TRUE. Failure is guaranteed to happen. Maintaining a healthy 2020 all year is what this is about. That’s basically why you’re doing this — because failure is where growth happens. So stay committed, stay intentional, and when a ball is dropped or something doesn’t happen they way you planned, you miss a day, etc. you have a beautiful opportunity in front of you. It’s called, I am willing to begin again. That’s the number one way people get where they are going. They don’t give up when things get messy. Expect some mess! It’s part of this very human, very unique and at times unpredictable process of transformation.


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I tell all my clients, if you hate the gym, cancel your membership now and do not go back. Movement is not about punishment. NONE of this process is about punishment. Maintaining your health and wellness is about your mind and body, right? Your body’s feedback matters and what you do for movement should give you energy, not suck it dry. It may even give you joy (!), peace, flow, etc. You need to love what you’re doing, that goes for everyone, and that will be different for everyone. Dancing, walking, rowing, boxing, soccer, yoga, whatever it is; if it calls you, that’s how you want to move. You deserve to enjoy your time spent in your body, and you also want to stay away from stress hormones as much as possible. You are here to have fun in this life, so get moving in a way that you truly love. So let’s hear it – Cheers to a healthy 2020!

I am wishing you the best year of your life so far!

Thanks for tuning in.

With gratitude,


Vanessa Rogers
Founder, Feed Your Spirit, Inc.
Wellness Expert, Planted Table Meals
Nutrition Coach, Star Method Boxing Gym

Vanessa Rogers

Founder, Feed Your Spirit, Inc.

Wellness Expert, Planted Table Meals

Nutrition Coach, The Star Method Boxing Gym

Vanessa Rogers

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