Today is an AMAZING day! I am soooo happy to announce that I've been chosen as one of the five finalists in the Mommyfit 2011 contest sponsored by urbanmommies.com . I had those fingers crossed and I guess saving up all those wishes I got while driving over railroad tracks paid off!
I will be receiving the Total Body Revolution system shortly (it will be sent tomorrow) and once here, things will get moving (literally, like my whole body - scarey!) You will all have the most exciting privilege to know all that's going down (watch the weight lost counter on the side, k?).
With my decision to become kinder to myself - to give myself the gift of good health in all ways - Physical, Mental and Emotional - this ,the opportunity to be a part of this just seems so meant to be. I have to tell you all that while I was answering the questions I sent back in, I had a sense of how life changing this could be. Now we get to see just how things will evolve!
I'm letting go of a lot this year - all those things that clutter up and make a mess of life - and letting in all those things that make life the exquisite journey that it is. Love, family, joy, good friends, accomplishment and a sense of self-worth. I've now got the perfect kick-start to my journey and I couldn't be happier!
Savvy Suburban Mama
- I work in the city but I love living in the 'burbs so much we moved there - despite my crazy commute. The closer I get to home, the more relaxed I feel.This Mama can't wait to share all the fabulous finds and 'must have' things that come my way. After all, if something's great I've gotta tell everyone!Join me as I share the ups and downs of suburban living, my journey to be more creative and organized (even with 2 super active little boys) and a whole lot of this and that. While I live in Fraser Valley, B.C., it's easy to translate the suburban experience to pretty much anywhere - and even city folk love to leave the hustle and bustle sometimes!And living in the most expensive corner of the country, it takes a little savvy to keep it all together. I'll share what I've learned - and hopefully you will, too!