I’m so grateful and excited you’ve chosen to join me on this journey to Clean Ea…
I’m so grateful and excited you’ve chosen to join me on this journey to Clean Eating!
I know how much courage it takes to make a change like this, and I truly mean it when I say I appreciate you, and consider each person who joins this community page, part of the CleanFoodCrush Family.
Our relationship is just beginning, so I I want to let you in on my story and where I’ve come from.
Even though it’s scary for me to be this vulnerable, I want you to know just how important your success really is to me.
I share my story because I want you to know that no matter what your history is, where you’ve come from or what your deepest fears are, you CAN do this.
My story is proof that CHANGE IS POSSIBLE when you work HARD and commit to change.
It’s what we tell ourselves today that really matters, not where we were yesterday.
This is my story – my totally imperfect and sometimes messy, but REAL story. It isn’t the image of the perfect body, perfect family, or perfect life you may have imagined, but it’s ME, and this story is the entire reason I’m here with you today:
I grew up in a small town of Moab, Utah, and my life wasn’t always easy. When I was 16 years old I moved out on my own and quickly found myself in all kinds of trouble. I was a heavy cigarette smoker and started doing drugs. Soon I was addicted to crystal meth, one of the worst drugs of all. Over a 2 year period, I lost control and watched my life slowly slip away from me. I sunk deeper and deeper into a pit of despair and began withering away. All of my energy had been zapped from my body from the stress of constant crash and burn behaviour and it wasn’t looking good.
My health and ambition completely crumbled, I thought I was a lost cause. But something inside of me wasn’t willing to give up, and I just knew I had to change. I can’t tell you quite what it was, but something clicked and seemingly overnight, I committed to change.
There was no intervention, no big story to tell, I just realized if I didn’t do something I was probably going to die.
I quit doing drugs and found the willpower inside of me to do something different with my life.
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