COMMUNITY
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Few things are better than spending leisurely Sunday afternoons with good people sharing some top notch food 🏾
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On the menu we have @mash_mashego's refined sugar free banana bread finished with pecan nut and cacao nibs crunch .
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Shoutout to @zoekalbskopf for being oh so Hand-y 
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Seriously though, having a solid community foundation is so important when pursuing this health and wellness thing. .
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Here are my top 5 tips for creating a valuable support structure:

1) understand who you are, what you're long term goals are and what you value most. This will help you surround yourself with like minded people, where although your different short term goals may differ, the end goal is the same , personally it's health and happiness
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2)interact with a diverse group of positive, encouraging and inspiring humans. People you look up to, people with whom you can relate to and people who look up to you. .
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3) Be intentional about the friendships you pursue and don't be afraid to put yourself out there. This is the one I found most difficult , but probably most valuable. Getting to know people can be hard and awkward and scary, ultimately it takes time and intentionality .
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4) get to know your local health and fitness community 🏾 Seriously, these are the people who will let you know where to get the cheapest prices, best products and fitness clubs and events, and the ones you are most likely to relate to the most, and really get to know long term. .
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5) understand your worth and recognize that you too have a lot to give and value to add to other people's journeys. .
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Shoutout to my local girl gang I honestly don't think My journey would've been the same without this community of strong, kind and intelligent humans. It helps you stay accountable, gives you a platform to be vulnerable, be encouraged and encourage, and the learning never stops .
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COMMUNITY
.
.

Few things are better than spending leisurely Sunday afternoons with good people sharing some top notch food 🏾
.
.
On the menu we have @mash_mashego&039;s refined sugar free banana bread finished with pecan nut and cacao nibs crunch .
.
Shoutout to @zoekalbskopf for being oh so Hand-y
.
.
Seriously though, having a solid community foundation is so important when pursuing this health and wellness thing. .
.
Here are my top 5 tips for creating a valuable support structure:

1) understand who you are, what you&039;re long term goals are and what you value most. This will help you surround yourself with like minded people, where although your different short term goals may differ, the end goal is the same , personally it&039;s health and happiness
.
.
2)interact with a diverse group of positive, encouraging and inspiring humans. People you look up to, people with whom you can relate to and people who look up to you. .
.
3) Be intentional about the friendships you pursue and don&039;t be afraid to put yourself out there. This is the one I found most difficult , but probably most valuable. Getting to know people can be hard and awkward and scary, ultimately it takes time and intentionality .
.
4) get to know your local health and fitness community 🏾 Seriously, these are the people who will let you know where to get the cheapest prices, best products and fitness clubs and events, and the ones you are most likely to relate to the most, and really get to know long term. .
.
5) understand your worth and recognize that you too have a lot to give and value to add to other people&039;s journeys. .
.
Shoutout to my local girl gang I honestly don&039;t think My journey would&039;ve been the same without this community of strong, kind and intelligent humans. It helps you stay accountable, gives you a platform to be vulnerable, be encouraged and encourage, and the learning never stops .
.
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