You may have been guilty of having habits you can’t easily quit even though you know that they don’t give you a healthier and happier life!
Would you like to walk a path where the real essence of self-care is what you’ll get?
Rebecca “Bex” Weller is a Health and Life Coach, Author and Speaker. Bex writes about love, life, and the strength and potential of the human spirit, and her work has been featured in The Huffington Post, Good Health Magazine, Marie Claire, and Elle. Also, she’s been named as one of Perth’s leading Healthpreneurs by The Sunday Times Magazine as she helps women around the world to get their sparkle back and create a life they love. She’s the Creator of SexySobriety.com and also leads one-on-one and group coaching programs, live events, and is the author of the best-selling memoir – A Happier Hour, and it’s great follow-up – All Day.
In this episode, Bex unravels the beauty of living a life where a real self-care practice is present. She talks about how she went through the same experience of doing something she didn’t know how to get over, and the ways on how she won over her own habits. Here, she shares things we’ve all been doing wrong at some point of our lives and some good advice we can all aspire to live with.
What you will learn from this episode:
- Discover the beauty of a life that’s lived through sobriety and self-care
- Find out what you’ve been doing all this time that’s been hindering you from living a healthy and happy life
- Learn more about how you can live life with sobriety and self-care practice at its best
If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you. – Bex Weller
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Valuable Free Resource:
Check Bex’s website and listen to a coaching call called “Why Sobriety vs. Moderation?” in SexySobriety.com
02:08 – The biggest problem that people face as they age with regard to staying healthy, well, and positive: They fear around breaking old patterns.
05:19 – The common mistakes and misconceptions that people have about solving that problem of breaking old patterns: The mistake that if we keep doing what we’ve always done then we will get a different result.
09:24 – The number one tip; a tangible specific action that people could implement right away: Shift our focus from what we think we’re giving up to what we’re gaining in return.
11:28 – Free resource: SexySobriety.com
“The longer we’ve been in a certain pattern, the harder it can feel to change them.” – Bex Weller
“I had no role models who didn’t drink. The only people I saw not drinking were people in the movies, and I thought that’s not an existence that I want… I think all the uncertainty can really derail us before we even get started.” – Bex Weller
“We may believe that we know what self care means, and I think it’s a term that gets thrown around a lot. We can believe that it’s all about massages and bubble baths, but it was more about embracing the inner child and parenting myself about choosing the longer term gain over the short term whim.” – Bex Weller
“Whatever it is, use that prompt and write things down that you’re really proud of. This little simple prompt is so easy then to look back and see our progress, to watch ourselves growing, and it helps to boost our self esteem which makes us feel good about ourselves, which makes us make better choices and it becomes this beautiful cycle that perpetuates itself.” – Bex Weller