It was pretty cool to go to my doctor today for a mental health care plan review and see some real improvements for the first time in years. All the hard work I’ve been putting in this year to improve my life is actually paying off. For years I was going to therapy and taking medication but not really getting anywhere because I wasn’t 100% committed. Things didn’t start getting better until I made the choice to take control of my life and heal. You can only get better if you truly want it and now I do! 🌻✨🌈💕
Excuses. We all have them.
Is it keeping you from being a better version of yourself?
I have been doing this for a while and I’m not going to lie - it’s hard work. Working out is hard, staying on top of my nutrition is hard. Getting up early is hard.
But if I can do hard things so can you! Stop making those excuses that you can’t workout because you don’t have time or it’s just too hard. I have a full time job and two babes at home and I get it done.
And yes working out is hard - but instead of quitting or skipping moves I just modify. Yes I modify! I’m only cheating myself if I don’t try. So there’s no excuse why you can’t either.
Stop making those excuses and let’s finish the year strong. Don’t you want a head start of “the great start?”
Meet Samantha. Some call her the superwoman of HCSA, while others know her for approachable nature. With so many things on her plate, we've never heard Sam utter a word of complaint. Read her story below ⤵️
"I find purpose in serving the marginalised, improving systems, and seeing people come together. My job right now is the intersection of these three things. As the Corporate Services department in HCSA is quite young in a sense, I'm trying to put in place effective and efficient HR practices, while still keeping things running in terms of HR operations. I find purpose in contributing to our beneficiaries by ensuring they are served by the most competent, effective, compassionate team that we can assemble. So what is fulfilling to me is when I see various teams working together and hearing about the impact that they have made in the lives of our clients." #hcsaheroes
When I was a kid, I watched and cheered as my mom finished her first triathlon ❤️🙌 She’s always worked hard at everything she does, whether it’s helping others or crossing finish lines 🏁 and having her there to catch me after my 1st 70.3 was priceless 🤗 I just hope that I can give that experience to my girls 👯♀️ and show them that anything is possible. Love you @sandra_hemstead ❤️#myinspiration#mom