How To Be You Through All Life’s Changes By Morgan Kline December 11, 2019 Significant changes in our lives can make us feel lost, maybe even unrecognizable, both physically, mentally. Today, I am encouraging you to be proud of the person you are every day. The decade challenge has been floating around social media. I participated in the challenge by posting a picture of Devan and me from the present-day and ten years ago. I read so many captions on other people’s decade challenge posts that read something like: “This is what kids will do to you.” or… “10 years ago and 10 pounds thinner, too!” Stop focusing on the things that you miss from your past life, focus on what you have gained! It takes a concerted effort to reconnect with yourself, make time for yourself, and take care of yourself. I want you to stop feeling guilty about your 45-minute workout, lunch by yourself, heading to bed early to read, or even watching an hour of your favorite show! Today I am giving you some of my best practices that I try to integrate into my life to keep myself a priority. Schedule it on your calendar 🗓Prioritize quality time with the people you love 💛Pursue your passions GUILT-FREE ⭐️Give back 🎗Meditate 🧘♀️ I love pouring into you through my podcast, my social media, through Burn Boot Camp, so grab your coffee, throw in your headphones, and take 20 minutes for yourself by listening along with me today. Find more from me: Instagram: @morgan.a.kline Facebook: @coffee&kettlebells If Coffee & Kettlebells has made a positive impact in any way on your life, I would be beyond appreciative if you took a few seconds of your time to leave a rating and review. Thank you so much for joining me for a cup of Coffee & Kettlebells! If you love everything you have learned from my podcast and you feel ready to take your health, fitness, and happiness to the next level, start here! Subscribe to the podcast to never miss an episode: Subscribe to Our Blog Blog Email* Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.