Did you know that most people give up on their New Years resolutions after the second week in January?
- They’re too much work.
- They’re unrealistic.
- There’s not enough time.
- You’ve taken on too much too soon.
- You’re not seeing results.
But just because your New Year’s resolution failed, it doesn’t mean you did.
- Here’s what it might mean:
- You don’t have the right tools or information.
- You’re not focused on the “why”.
- You’re not prepared for what might get in the way.
- You don’t have accountability or support
Many of my clients are starting fertility treatment in these early months of 2024. Others are taking a whole-body approach to get to the bottom of and manage perimenopause symptoms.
They’re changing their diets, managing stress, getting to a healthier weight, getting introspective and/or exercising to support their fertility and hormonal health.
But this isn’t prompted by resolutions. It’s prompted by the desire to be in the best shape – physically and emotionally – as they can.
“In a journey that is so uncontrollable, I wanted to be able to be in a good place mentally and health wise because that was something I could control,” Kayla, who was trying to get pregnant, said. “Once I had my initial consultation with you, I just knew you were going to help me change my life. You were so kind and made me think about things I had never really thought much about. Whether it was regarding food or goals or how I processed things.”
And it’s not about doing All. The. Things.” My clients hear me say over and over again, “Perfection is never the goal.” Because we’re human – perfectly imperfect human beings.
“Jennifer was willing to work with me where I was, not overload me with changes,” Erin said. “She is focused on sustained changes that will stick with you. She’s gentle but tough, encouraging but also really holds you accountable to look inward to better understand why you’re holding yourself back.”
And it’s not about doing “All. The. Things.” My clients hear me say over and over again, “Perfection is never the goal.” Because we’re human – perfectly imperfect human beings.
“I have lost a few pounds, but more importantly have felt better in my body overall, Mimi, a perimenopause client said. “I’ve incorporated healthy habits into my daily life and have stuck to these where in the past I found it difficult to commit to new habits on my own.”
If you desire lasting change for hormonal health, I’d love to chat with you about how I can support you. Just reply to this email or schedule a call.