Episode – 051 Taking a Break

Big news, everybody: as Fit is Freedom reaches its 1 year anniversary, Kelly will be putting the show on hold for a little while. She feels it’s time to take a step back, reevaluate her motivations, and figure out what’s next.  Think of this as a season finale rather than an ending. In any case, Kelly will be back at the beginning of October with new content and a new format.

In this episode, Kelly explains why she’s going on hiatus, emphasizes why we should never forget to enjoy our training and work from day to day, and discusses how you can keep up to date in the meantime. 

The Finer Details of This Episode:

– How Joe Jacobi’s (see episode 19) own recent break from his newsletter helped Kelly come to terms with her own hiatus.

– Why long-term goals—important as they are—can get in the way of the simple pleasures that really keeps us going from day to day.

– If you still haven’t signed up for the Fit, Fun & Freedom Formula, do so HERE.

– What else Kelly has been occupying herself with lately, and what you can expect in the coming months.

Quotes:

“Sometimes we forget that it’s the process of getting there that really matters.”

“Being engaged with what you like to do and what you’re doing is a lot of the secret sauce.”

“We need to be thinking about the things that matter today to get us to the things that matter later.”

Links:

Sign up to Kelly’s mailing list at the Fit Is Freedom homepage (https://fitisfreedom.com/)!

Podigy – https://podigy.co/ 

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