Greetings From the North Pole

How is the new year going for you? Are you off and running with a swinging start?

I am struggling to write. And that is because I can only think of one thing. Snowboarding.

It’s that time of year where the world is white and the beauty around me is off the chain. On a daily basis I’m stunned by what I see.

We have been having a winter full of heavy snowfall so far, and life is so good. So so soooo good. If you wonder where I’ve been, I’m suffocating in powder. Positively drowning. I am on cloud 9.

I can’t describe to you the feeling of how when what you do matches what you love to do, and you are living where you are meant to be. It feels so good.

Sometimes I feel silly writing about snowboarding, however, it’s important for me to write about it, because it displays a big passion of mine.

Many of you were excited about my last post and are curious to know more about how I managed to do what I did without even knowing it. There were several factors that came into play, one of them being that I surrendered to my passion. I decided to just own it, and fully surrender to it. I let myself do it, as often as I can.

Surrendering to my passion, and admitting it needed to be a major part of my life, has made my life better in every way.

As soon as the last winter season ended, I trained during the whole rest of the year for this coming winter season. This dedication has gotten me into the best shape of my life, and every step of it was fun, doing things I loved to do.

Training throughout the year also meant that I needed to eat foods that were complimentary to my training and activity level. I also needed to get better sleep.

My mood and happiness levels totally increased as I found myself doing what I loved on a daily basis, and the training also made me happy.

Now, because I allowed my passion to lead my way, I can look back on the past year of my life and can see how it led me to getting into the best shape I’ve been in. And I didn’t do it by killing myself in the gym, or starving myself, or dieting in any way.

There is something about doing what you love that leads you to make better choices with your life and with your time. Suddenly you find yourself wanting to workout, and you want to eat healthy and you want to take the best possible care of yourself as you can. Your passion….it drives you, it moves you, it motivates you.

What are your passions? Have you considered surrendering to them? You won’t believe the levels of joy this will take you to. I encourage everyone to do what’s necessary to start carving out more time for your most favorite activities. When you lift your vibration, you lift up your life. Your passions are your fountain of youth.

Let your passions be your guide…..

Can you do it?

Will you do it?

Love you all,

Jenn

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