50 Years Old




Truth be told, I did not think I would make it to 50.

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Here is why:

My dad died at age 49 (right before his 50th surprise party) and I held a fear that that was in my cards as well.

So at 36, I changed my focus to what I COULD create to not waste a minute! I focused on possibility not circumstances.
To hit my 50th bday today is sort of a feeling of relief  💗

Here is what I now know for sure!

We are not too old and it is not too late: In the last 15 years I divorced, I beat depression, I got myself out of major debt, I met and married my true soul mate, I wrote and published two best selling books, I started and grew three successful businesses, I had a daughter, graced the cover of 14 magazines, helped over 250,000 people transform their bodies and lives, I connected to faith and god, I ended friendships that were not authentic (some were even toxic) and found my true friends.

15 years ago I was a totally different person.

I know now that we can become an entirely different person by changing your thoughts, actions and habits

I know that we are always only one decision away from different results

I know that victim mentality changes nothing. Personal responsibility is not only empowering , it brings about change that we can control

I know that TRUE Friendships feel easy, supportive and not like walking on eggshells.

I know that we can’t change others and we can’t change circumstances. But we can always change our focus and perspective

I know that worrying is a total waste of time. 95% of what we spend time worrying about never even comes to fruition.

I know that laughing (comedy), and focusing out (helping others) and turning to god is so much better than being stuck in my own head. So that is where I spend most of my time these days!


Can’t wait to see what the next years bring!

50…. LETS GO!



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