Happy New Year, y’all! For this week’s episode of the podcast, Tracey and I are doing a bit of a year in review and talking about how we are approaching intention-setting this year.
Specific topics include:
- What’s something you’ve done this year that would surprise the you of the previous year?
- More subtle indicators of growth and celebrating our evolution
- Recognizing non-tangible accomplishments
- Do we plan to set in intentions this year?
- Alternatives to resolutions or intentions
- Cardiovascular health, heart rate variability, and emotional health
- Allowing yourself to be the villain in someone else’s story
- What we’re focusing on this year
- How we’ve both changed our approach to fitness and movement
- What do we think about aesthetic goals?
- Aging and why we don’t like the term “anti-aging”
- Our thoughts on diet- and exercise-related goals
- Letting go of our egos in the gym
- How Tracey and I make changes to our diets
- My experience cutting out alcohol
- The benefits of experimenting on yourself
- Using intentions or resolutions as a way to gather information about yourself
- And more!
Tracey and I hope you find this conversation helpful and that it offers some useful insights you can apply to your own intention-setting process this year.
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