My Feel Good Journal – Day 1

In an effort to show you that I do indeed “walk my talk”, I’m going to share with you my Feel Good Journal of  “4-G’s” every day for at least the next 30 days.

Don’t know what the 4-G’s are?

They’re  a simple strategy I developed for getting myself “Back on the Feel Good Train“.

Every day I strive to:

get Goin’ – Move my body
eat Greens – Eat greens/veggies
Givin’ – Give to others and myself too!
show Gratitude – Write down at least three things I am grateful for from the day.

The 4-G's of Feelin' Good

I’d love it if you joined me in doing the “4-G’s” – grab your free copy of my book that explains it all “Get Back on the Feel Good Train: 4 Simple Strategies for Getting You Back on Track” HERE.

Here are my 4-G’s for Day 1:

Goin’: I walked with Soc (the dog) for 45 minutes today.
It was very tempting to just stay inside today – cloudy, ready to rain any minute.  I am very happy that I pushed myself to get out that door and get GOIN’ 🙂  Soc was happy too.  Since the weather is warmer he wants to be outside and bugs me a bit until I take him for a walk.

Greens:  I had a green(ish) smoothie after my walk.

Smoothie ingredients:  1 head of romain lettuce, blackberries, 1/2 banana, blueberries, chia seeds, flax seeds, goji berries, maca powder, plant protein powder, almond milk (unsweetened)

Givin’:   For myself: I gave myself a break!  I didn’t beat myself up for not getting tons o’ sh*t done.  I allowed my day to flow.  I CHOSE to fill my “Feelin’ Good Reserves” first by taking an enjoyable walk before sitting down to do ‘work stuff’.

For others: I spent some time on Facebook genuinely helping or encouraging people.


I am grateful that I got to enjoy a walk outside with Soc.

I am grateful that I chose to eat healthy today – and just for having the food in general.

I am grateful for all the insights I had tonight while listening in on a training call with Mastin Kipp from The Daily Love.

I’d love to hear your 4-G’s…. share ’em below…



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