40 Days to Personal Revolution

40 Days…

to Personal Revolution!

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Tomorrow starts my journey towards wholeness.

I had my first meeting today with the rest of my new 40 Days friends to discuss the program and everything it entails – we will be focusing on meditation, yoga and a cleansing diet. The program starts tomorrow and for the first week we will be meditating for 5 minutes, once in the morning, once at night and practicing yoga for at least 20 minutes a day (hot Baptiste yoga is preferred).

The cleansing diet that our program will be following focuses on organic fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains and tofu, chicken or fish.

Whole is the goal!

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This week everyone in the program was asked to give up 2 things for 40 days that don’t serve our body or our minds. I have come to terms with the fact that I need to separate myself from caffeine, candy/chocolate and alcohol for the next 40 days to get the most out of this transformation. I am a big believer of “everything in moderation,” but it will be exciting to see how my body reacts to fully and completely removing these unnecessary things from my diet.

I am excited to document my experience with you during the next 40 days!

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Wish me luck!


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  1. Good luck with this challenge. I’m sure you’ll do wonderfully! Hope you post about it each day!

  2. Good luck! I love the idea of at least 20 minutes of yoga a day. You are going to feel so good once you get into this routine.

  3. Patty O

    You are a strong person and will be able to follow this challenge through – I know it will be difficult initially, but by the end of the 40 days you will feel refreshed and renewed. Good luck!

  4. I just came across your blog and love it! This sounds like a really cool challenge I can’t wait to hear how it goes! I would love t start something like this! Good luck to you!

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