Are you uncertain about your health and fitness? In my continuing series about finding certainty in an uncertain world, we’re focusing on a category that most people tend to take for granted . . . until a global pandemic delivers the ultimate wake-up call.

If you were unsure whether your immune system was healthy enough to ward off coronavirus . . . or if isolating at home left you feeling inactive and sluggish . . . or if you suddenly realized it’s been years since you went to the gym, said no to sugar, took important vitamins, or even went for an annual physical – hey, you’ve got some work to do!

Maintaining a healthy, active body – at the right weight – with good mental well-being just makes life better. In fact, you can’t live “the good life” if your health is a stress factor for you.

If you were going through the 10-week Oola Coaching Program with me, what would your Oola fitness goals look like? Here are some ideas:

• A nutrient-dense, lower-calorie diet: clean protein, fresh vegetables, fruit, healthy fats, no added sugar

• Annual physical exam + current on age-specific tests

• Daily exercise including good old-fashioned walking

• Ease of movement and a pain-free body

• Plenty of filtered water to drink + minimal caffeine

• Mental well-being solid: joyful, happy, growing

• Ideal weight and body composition

• Healthy sleep patterns and adequate rest

• Annoying health conditions diagnosed and handled

If you’re uncertain about your fitness level and need some help making goals (and staying accountable to achieving them), why not message me about scheduling a free, 30-minute exploratory call to discuss what coaching can do for you?

Having certainty in an uncertain world is what the Oola lifestyle taught me, and it’s what I help others do as an Oola Life Coach.

To talk about the fitness goals you’d like to accomplish (including having an accountability partner to keep you on track), message me and we can jump on a call.

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to read more about the 10-Week Oola Coaching Program. But don’t wait. Creating certainty in your life requires action. Let’s get started.

And hey, in my next post, we’ll take a look at ways to create certainty in your finances. Don’t miss it.

One of the most beautiful things about life is that we get to be so many things to so many people. We're bosses, we're employees, we're friends, parents, siblings, children. We're spouses and significant others. We're teammates, classmates, and colleagues. We go, go, go and do, do, do for all the people and responsibilities we have in our lives.

It's easy to get lost in all these labels that we forget who we are, and what makes us unique. Sometimes we even find ourselves reigning in our energy a little, holding back things we want to say, and doubting all that we have within us.

Today, take 30 minutes and do something for your soul. Set aside the requests, the demands, the stresses, and the deadlines. Do something where you can be yourself, express yourself, and gain back the faith in yourself. Whether it's yoga, reading a book in the park, a drive in the mountains, coffee on your porch, prayer, or getting a massage – whatever it is that refreshes your soul, take the time to do it.

I will be taking time today to experiment with my oils with the intention of taking a bath all to myself!

I would love to hear what you do to feed your soul! Let me know in the comments :)

Global pandemic. Job loss. Financial hardship. In times like these, we all want certainty, predictability and safety. But how can you achieve certainty in an uncertain world?

For the next few weeks, we’ll be exploring ways you can calm the chaos and create a solid, supportive lifestyle you love.

And we’re starting with a question: Is there one specific pain point in your life that made itself even more obvious during these past months? Where did uncertainty happen for you?

• Was it paying the bills with suddenly no income and no emergency fund to fall back on?

• Was it being stuck at home in a chaotic house that made the stress level worse, not better?

• Was it realizing that you’d put off your fun time, bucket list adventures, and other dreams (like travel) that you now may never get to do?

• Or was it your fitness level, marital challenges, career path, or faith walk that became your big “a-ha” moment of uncertainty?

Whatever is it (and it could be more than one thing), drop a comment below and share what you’d like to change. We’ll be working on that over the next month.

For now, I’d like to give you a homework assignment: take inventory of your life using the 7-point checklist below. How certain (or uncertain) are you in each of these areas? I’ll reveal in upcoming posts how you turn uncertainty in these 7 areas into a life that works.

Fitness: Nutrition, exercise, weight, mental well-being

Finance: Debt, emergency fund, retirement, estate planning

Family: Healthy boundaries, solid marriage, no drama

Field: Stress-free career you love, ample pay, steady growth

Faith: Solid relationship with God, daily faith practice, peace

Friends: Supportive friends & mentors, sharing good times

Fun: Daily fun, dream trips, bucket-list adventures

If you recognize the list above, yeah, it’s “The 7 F’s of Oola” popularized by bestselling authors and founders of the Oola Coaching Network, Dave Braun and Troy Amdahl. If you’ve been following my past posts, you know that I’ve joined forces with Dave and Troy to bring my followers the Oola formula via a 10-week coaching experience designed to transform your life, your finances, your relationships and more.

Message me if you need to turn your uncertain world into a life that rocks. Stay tuned for more Oola and finding certainty in an uncertain world.

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