Did you know that just because you’re a _________ doesn’t give you health superiority? Or better yet what worked for you when you were _____ may not be in alignment for you at present.
Even though I’ve been a vegetarian for over a decade (and it happened by accident) I’m proud to say that I’ve never done a diet. Much of this is because of my upbringing–my parents were “body positive” before it was cool and never labeled food as good/bad, forced us to finish, or scolded us for getting more.
(Note: I don’t consider vegetarianism a diet, because I don’t hold allegiance to it. I’ve always said that if I ever desire meat/fish/seafood or ________, I’d eat it again without guilt or regret.)
However, I’ve noticed that during this pandemic it has been a struggle to nourish my body well. I love plants, but I’m not eating enough. I don’t enjoy Ben & Jerry’s chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream as much as I used to, sadly. I forget to eat lunch, because I’m wrapped up in work and then I’m so hungry at the end of the day that dinner isn’t enough, so I munch in the evening.
Bottom line: I’m over it. I deserve exceptional support in this area too. And I don’t want to meal plan or meal prep, which leads me to the first expert I’m hiring…
So there you have it, five experts I’m hiring for purely selfish reasons!! I hope it encourages you to get the support you need unapologetically.
By the way, when’s the last time you hired an expert for a purely selfish reason? Have you hired and had a positive experience with an expert listed above? You’d make my day if you shared who you last hired and how they helped you in the comments below!