Happy Easter, Blessed Pascha!
In continuity with what I wrote on Holy Thursday, let’s discuss the joy of being a fit Catholic mom.
Proverbs 31 helps set the tone for how moms should go about their lives in a conscientious stewardship of body and soul and yet…
I see the struggle and feel the mud that moms are experiencing in today’s crazy, secular and fast pace life. I know, it’s not easy! That’s why I started Fit Catholic Mom, to help give you hope and show you a different way to live out your vocation as wife and mother in your best possible health.
Here we go…I am going to provide three ways that a fit catholic mom can start to implement transformation in her life. The moms that I've seen experience incredible turnarounds in their lives have had the brilliance to focus on 3 things:
1) Making time for their growth
2) Finding balance in their faith and fitness
3) Making this bigger than just about themselves
When you have all 3, you've got it! The time you need. The commitment and conviction that makes it happen and the satisfaction that comes from sharing the new life that you’re experiencing…because now you’re not just focused on yourself but you are helping to make your very own confident contribution to the world.
That's what it's about…His peace and your purpose.
But these 3 things aren't free. They don't happen by accident, rather when many parts of your life - morning routine, prayer life, making meals and many others align and work in concert…as directed by you. It’s something that everyone is chasing and not many seem to find.
Over the years here at Fit Catholic Mom, I’ve guided many clients to all 3 of these important things. The backbone to this kind of transformation is having a step-by-step strategy to follow, abundant support, accountability and coaching which understands what today’s faithful Catholic moms are experiencing.
If you’ve been through other programs, you know that they don’t have a fraction of this. If you feel that you don’t have this in your life, don’t worry. None of my clients did either. I showed them how and I look forward to helping you reset your life.
Take a hard look at where you’re at. Be honest. Right now, do you have the time you want? Do you have the joy and freedom that comes from working out and remaining fit in a way that magnifies your faith? Are you making a big enough contribution to your family and the world?
If the answer is no, it means that your joy is broken. But if you do have them, happiness and holiness come almost automatically.
Wouldn't now be a good time to fix it?
In his grip,
P.S. The best, most-transforming change you can possibly make this year is to work with me. Book a call here.
P.P.S. The Fit Catholic Mom Facebook Group is thriving right now. You should be in there!