• Robin Rhine McDonald

It’s not about doing it perfectly

What I’m doing now isn’t working. I know I need something, but I have no idea where to begin... and to be honest, I’m afraid if I start, it won’t be the right thing or I won’t keep up with it and I’ll have put forth all that effort for nothing.


Does this about sum it up?



Figuring out how to start a healthy lifestyle, let alone the right one that will work for you is daunting.


There’s so much information out there, it’s difficult to know what’s actually healthy or valid for you and your body’s needs.


And even if you DID know exactly what to do, you know it can be so hard to be consistent.


If it were just about knowing what to do, we’d all be healthy, rich, and happy.


The reality is, there’s so much more going on within us than whether or not we’re eating enough vegetables or not.


We all have beliefs that inform our habits and behaviors.


If your belief is any of the following:

  • ”I’m bound to end up like my parents”

  • ”Getting older means becoming weak and less healthy”

  • ”I’m weak willed”

  • ”My health isn’t as important as the time I spend in others.”

  • ”Physical health is separate from spiritual health.”

  • ”I’m not cut out for this health thing.”


... if these are the things you’re believing consciously or subconsciously, can you imagine why it’s so difficult to consistently make choices that support your health?


It’s SO important to dive not only into your body’s unique needs, but also to traverse the jungle of beliefs in your mind.


Both of these can be TOUGH.

I’m not here to say it’s easy.


But I am here to say - there’s HOPE and there’s GRACE.


As my clients walk out the bumpy road of a SUSTAINABLE health journey they are grace fueled and vision driven.


It’s not about doing it perfectly. It’s about being committed to the process, as you stumble into something that feels right for you & brings you the vitality you’ve always wanted.


Shoot me a message, let’s talk about where you’re at and where you want to be!

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