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  • Writer's pictureRobin Rhine McDonald

Own your worth. Transform your health.

Have you ever gotten something for free and ended up never using it?

Or perhaps you've taken the plunge and splurged on something you really wanted and made a bigger investment. Did you treat that item or service differently than the free one?

While the free item might have been useful, because you didn't attribute value to it monetarily, you didn't give it any time.

The item that you invested became something worth your time because you paid for it.

Often times, one of the biggest reasons we do not make the time or put forth the effort to create a healthy lifestyle is because we don't actually think that we are worth it.

That may sound strange, unrelated, or even a bit dramatic, but if you look at where your time is spent in a given day, can you conclude that you are living as though you see yourself as valuable?

How much time a week do you spend cooking? Working out? Doing restful recreational activities? Sleeping?

If those things are not currently core aspects of your lifestyle, it's quite possible that you are putting everyone and everything before yourself.

"But Robin, shouldn't we be selfless and servant-hearted?"

I'm glad you asked!

Absolutely. It is SO important to be selfless and servant-hearted.

What could be more selfless and servant-hearted than to ensure that your body is healthy, strong, and energized?

  • A healthy body contributes to mental clarity and positive moods, decreasing stress, brain fog, and irritability.

  • It improves immunity, resulting in less sick days and reducing the likelihood of getting others sick.

  • Being rested both by sleep and personal time helps to prevent the feelings of depletion and resentment towards those you're serving.

I could go on for quite some time on how cultivating a healthy body enables us to serve and love in a greater capacity, but for the sake of this blog, I'll stop there.

If you do not make time or space to cook, eat well, exercise, manage stress and get enough sleep what are you creating?

The data shows the end result is fatigue, inflammation, one of the top diseases (diabetes, heart disease, dementia, arthritis, cancer), and a shortened life. 40% of Americans are obese and 33% are pre diabetic, both of which contribute to the likelihood of those diseases.


You need to know: YOU ARE TOO VALUABLE to give yourself to that outcome!!

You make a difference in this world. Don’t hinder the love and light you bring by opting out of your own well being.

Our country is suffering from lifestyle induced diseases. That means, by and large, they do not have to be your future.

We need to stop accepting that this is “just what happens” when we get older and thinking “I'm too far gone” down that path.


This does not HAVE to be your future.

Your body is forgiving, resilient, and willing to be well.

It just needs the right kind of nutrients, support, and care.

What we are going through in the world right now has been adding to our stress and poor health habits.

2020 has been filled with all kinds of new challenges that have placed clean eating, exercise, and self care on the back burner.

It’s time to shift. 

It’s time to take back what’s been lost.

It’s time to feel good again.

I’ve been working with a team of health professionals and gals who’ve done just that - taken back their health and created something life giving and sustainable - to create a solution.

What've we come up with?

Click here to check it out!

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