I meant to send this earlier
But I was too busy
Taking my daily dose of the one vitamin you really should
be taking (and probably do)
Procrastination <<< something I’m pretty damn good at.
Just like 20% of the population
Are you any good?
The thing that annoys me about it though
is that it gets a pretty bad name
When – in fact – if you’re procrastinating about something
It probably means you’ve accepted that something needs to change
^^^ be it with your body, mindset, work, relationships, quality time spent with family, friends + loved ones
Which wouldn’t you agree is a good thing?
It’s just right now you’re avoiding taking action
Because you’re scared of the
But I’d like you just to think about a time in your life where you overcome a challenge
And achieved something
I’m not psychic 😉
But I can guarantee there was fear and anxiousness, right?
^^ bit like me and my public speaking. Oh, and when I first changed my daughter Ottilie at the hospital. The midwives were laughing at me because I was so gentle. I didn’t want to break her 🙂
So, what if you used Vitamin P AKA procrastination
To prioritise what’s important to you?
To take an opportunity to grow and be the best version of you
To do something that makes you grow happier, have more energy, gets you through your day… without RELYING on a caffeine fix?
Would this not mean procrastinating is a good thing?
Leading you away from the pain of remaining the same?
Because it really isn’t a case of ‘I can’ or ‘I can’t’.
It’s simply a case of ‘I won’t’ or ‘I will’
And my 90-Day Fit Mum Body Transformation Programme not only gets you feeling more confident in your favourite clothes
but also empowers you to do things you never thought you could, saves you the stress of knowing what and when to eat, and gives you your ‘ME’ time… and prosecco back
It’s probably the reason you’re why you’re taking your Vitamin P whilst reading this now
You can get on board here
Matt ‘vitamin p’ Fruci
Building Sustainable Fit Mums…FASTER (as you can ditch the yoyo dieting for good)