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Welcome Back 

Ladies, welcome to PHASE 2 of 30 days to a Conscious Body. The goal with this program is to solidify everything that you learned in the first 30 days.  We will continue to work through your health and fitness goals, while adding topics like relationships, money, career and more. Together we will continue to close gaps that will bring you closer to becoming that future version of you!

There is still a lot going on in the world. Many of us are still experiencing stress, sadness, anger, overwhelm, confusion and a lot more. I encourage you to take this time to continue to pivot and not pause. Take the time to find the clarity you've been looking for.  I don't expect you to be focus on personal development 24/7 but please give yourself the necessary space to continue to thrive.  Action brings clarity!


The best we can do during times like this is focus on what is in our control. As we continue to navigate through this global health crisis plagued with uncertainty, one of the most effective measures in our power is to take care of our whole selves - our mind, our body and our spirit. If you are in a position to do that, consider yourself blessed.

During the next 30 days you will continue to transform your mind and body in a way that works specifically for YOU! We now learned that cookie cutter programs DON’T work. Let's continue taking this to a deeper level. Here you will continue to learn the tools that will allow you to stop looking for answers outside of yourself and finally get you looking within.

Please continue to take this program seriously for your own healing and transformation. It is your responsibility to continue redirecting your journey. I am excited to continue to support you in this. Let’s Begin!

"So many people have already watched 100 hours of shows but didn't spend a SINGLE hour journaling about WHO they want to become, what they want life to feel like and be about, what they really need and love and appreciate, what they are struggling with, how they would like to contribute, what they are proud of and working on, what emotions are happening and why, what their strength and purposes are, what they could learn or how they can create more happiness for themselves and others." Brendon Burchard

Week 1: Your Potential is Endless

Day 1/30: Be a GLOW-GETTER

“You cannot change your destination overnight, but you can change your direction overnight.” – Jim Rohn

Revisit day 1: One of the first things that we did in phase one was set our intentions. I'd like for you to revisit your intentions and see where you are at with that.

Are they still the same or do you feel like its time to make new ones?

Did you accomplish your original 3?

How did you feel in your body on day 1 compared today?

Revisit day 2:

What habits did you commit to?

Did you keep those promises? Where may you have fallen short? Where did you succeed?

What were the 3 non-scale victories that you were keeping track of? How did that go? Will you continue to keep track of the same 3 or will you change it up for phase 2? Keep in mind what worked and what didn't.

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Revisit your  WHY. Why is all of this important to you? Why are you wanting to continue with another 30 days of living consciously in your body? 


Revisit day 3:

Re-take the evaluation from day 12. What shifted for you? What were you surprised to have learned? What still needs work?

Revisit these worksheets:

Redo the Circle of Life and see if it's changes from the first time you did it:

Review your goals from this sheet. Where are you at?


2/30 Mindful or Mind Full

“Wherever you go, there you are.” – Jon Kabat-Zinn

Today, simply take some time to be mindful. Allow all of yesterday's work to integrate.

Activity: Take 10 minutes today to be fully present. 




3/30 Personality Test

“You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe deserves your love and affection.” –Buddhist Teaching

Here is a different way to get to know yourself a little better. Many corporations, schools, and business use this test to better understand the people that they work with. Give it a go! Share your results on the FB group or on our next call.


"The Myers-Briggs personality test is derived from the theory of psychological types described by C. G. Jung. Many people take the test in order to find out more about themselves, including information about their work style, learning style, social preferences, and how they make decisions.

Information from this test allows people to learn more about themselves, which could help them better understand their personality and the decisions they make."

Activity: Take the the assessment. After you take the assessment, review the following images on the second link.


Journal Prompt:

What did you learn about yourself after doing the myers-briggs assessment? 

4/30 Mind Movie

I am SO EXCITED about this activity. We will actually be dedicating the next couple of days working on this. I want you ladies to have this for the remainder of this program. Starting day 8, we will make it a daily habit of watching our own mind movie.

Mind movies are a topic that Dr. Joe talks about. It's almost like having a moving vision board. I found a video of a girl explaining how to make your mind movie, I'll be linking it below. Note, you can also use the "inshot" app to edit videos. Please share your mind movie with us once you are done!!!

Note: You can type "mind movie into YouTube and you can see what others have created for themselves. Remember to keep this unique and make it your own!












Journal Prompt:

How do you feel about creating your own mind movie?

5/30  Visualization Meditation

Continue to work on your mind movie. Today's mediation will help you visualize your future self. Get ready for this one, it's POWERFUL! Make sure to have earphones.


Journal Prompt:

What kind of future did you create? What did you see? What did it feel like?

6/30 Mind Movie Cont.

"The man don’t make the vision; the vision makes the man". – Pastor Yonggi Cho

Today is day 3 of working on your mind movie and I can't wait to see what you come up with! Here is a generic one on health that I found on YouTube as well as a testimony!!! Feel free to check it out for ideas.


7/30 Intergration of the First Week

"Without reflection, we go blindly on our way, creating more unintended consequences, and failing to achieve anything useful. "- Margaret J. Wheatley


Use today to catch up with this weeks activities.

Week 2:Coming Back to You

8/30 Motivation

"People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing - that's why we recommend it daily." -Zig Ziglar

I'm sure you've all heard the saying "motivation doesn't last" and it's true. It may get us started but it's discipline that keeps us going. Use today to reset and remind yourself of your WHY. We have a busy week ahead.

Activity: Use this video as fuel for the week to come.

9/30 Overcoming Fear

Many times what holds us back from becoming who we are meant to be is fear. ​We all have fears, it's about what we are going to do with these fears. Will we let the fears take over us or will we rise above them? In today's video, Lori does a great job at sharing her story around fear. I personally LOVE this interview. I listened to it twice!

Activity: Watch the following video.

Journal Prompts:

  • What am I actually afraid of?

  • Am I afraid of the process or the result?

  • Do I feel that I can handle the process? Do I feel like I can handle the outcome?

  • Do I feel confident in my abilities to perform?

  • Is my sense of worth at stake in this moment? If so, why? Can I drop the question of worthiness?

  • Am I trying to protect myself from a particular outcome? If so, why? Am I actually not equipped to handle the outcome or do I just feel inadequate?

10/30 Setting Boundaries

Many times along our journey, we start to outgrow the people around us. With some, we can still make the relationship work. With others, as difficult as it may seem, we need to move on. You will experience grief, sadness, anger, resentment and a whole slew of emotions. Today you'll get to hear from the incredible Lisa Nichols. A true testament of how to transition gracefully. 

Activity: Watch the following video.

Powerful quotes from this video:

  • “ I am willing to completely die to any form of me that I had been so that I can birth the women that I am becoming.”

  • “The reason why a lot of people won’t become who they want is that they're too attached to who they’ve been .”

  • “I am willing to let go of everything and everybody. The doorway is for me to fit through. I am much more valuable to my family and to my community because I am willing to let them go and go through the door myself, teach me, learn myself, condition myself and then come back and get them. I am much more valuable to them now.”

Journal Prompts:

  • "Hurt people hurt. Sad people make other sad." Can you relate to this? If so, how? 

  • How would you describe your current environment? 

  • How willing are you to completely die to any prior form of yourself so that you can birth the women that you are becoming?

  • What was your biggest takeaway from her door analogy? (SUPER POWERFUL)

11/30 Comparison 

Comparing oneself to others is one of the worst things you can do. No two people are alike and using others’ as a standard or example of what you 'need' to be is a good way to develop anxiety and depression. It is fine to admire other people and want to emulate certain traits; however, when we start looking at other people and beating ourselves up for it in any way, we are being unfair to ourselves as well. You will get where you want to be in life and wondering why others have something you want is only going to keep you in a defeated place. Instead, stand up tall and take ownership of your life. You may not be where you want to be YET, but you will get there. You may not have what you want YET, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have it at all.

Journal Prompts:​ Answer the following questions about yourself. Be honest with your responses. 

  • Where do you compare yourself to other people and why? Make a conscious effort to stop doing that, even if it means deleting your social media accounts or muting certain people that you tend to compare yourself to. 

  • How do you see yourself when you compare yourself to your friends, family members, or people on social media? Who inspires you to try harder, and who makes you feel like you just want to give up? 

  • How does comparing yourself to these people make you feel? Are you using comparison in a positive or negative way? (Positive can be for inspirational purposes.) 

  • When you become aware that you’re comparing yourself negatively to someone else, what tools do you use to balance your feelings and how you feel about yourself? 

  • When you feel good about yourself, are you more or less likely to compare yourself to others? Explain. 

  • Freewrite for 5-7 minutes. Begin with “Comparing myself to others is ...” 

  • How many times a day do your compare yourself to others and don’t even realize it? For one entire day write down every time you compare yourself or your life to somebody else. 

Next time you find yourself comparing yourself to another, remind yourself: 

  •  I do not know what it feels like to be that person and EV- ERYONE has problems even if no one else knows about them. 

  • Everyone is unique and perfect in their own way, including me.

  • I can see that I feel insecure about myself in _____ way but I choose now to forgive myself and look at myself differently. 

12/30 Looking Within

"Life is too short to waste any amount of time on wondering what other people think about you." -C. JoyBell C.

It's not uncommon for us to place our self-esteem on external circumstances. Whether it be a job, a relationship, or a title, know that there is more to you than 'that'. We often hold the belief that we "aren't good enough" without even realizing that we have been programmed to think that way. The disconnect between our self-esteem and value can be traced back to specific experiences.


As Peer's describes in the video description "Rejection and disconnection can come from parental estrangement, being bullied, having a disability or never feeling that you were safe. It can manifest as a fear of intimacy, an inflated ego, or an addiction to eating, alcohol or drugs. Indeed, it doesn't matter where the rejection or lack of connection comes from, it almost always leads to a person who feels as though certain things in life will never be available to them." Hence, nothing is really ever enough and you will never truly feel happy until you learn how to bridge this gap.

Activity: Watch the following video.

Journal Prompts:

  • Are you able to feel lovable? Why or why not?

  • How often do feel like you aren't enough? Knowing what you know now, how can you begin to shift that?

  • Who, if anyone, contributes to you not feeling enough?

13/30 Forgivness

“When you hold resentment toward another, you are bound to that person or condition by an emotional link that is stronger than steel. Forgiveness is the only way to dissolve that link and get free.” ― Katherine Ponder

Forgiveness can be a difficult topic. Especially when we feel like we have been wronged and/or hurt. Today's video has the exercise built into it. Allow yourself to process the information.

Activity: Watch the following video.

Journal Prompts:

  • How do you feel about forgiveness after today's video?

  • Who were you able to forgive? If you weren't able to forgive, what do you feel is still holding you there?

14/30 The Letter

"You have to be at your strongest when you’re feeling at your weakest."

Today you will be writing a letter. I have provided 3 options for you ladies. If you want to do more than one of the topics or even merge the topics, please feel free to do so. After your letter is complete, you can keep it, burn it, trash it. The choice is yours.

Journal Prompts:​ 

  1. An Apology Letter to Self Or To Your Body: Many times we are our own worst critics. How can you apologize to yourself and/or your body?

  2. A Forgiveness Letter to Self: What do you forgive yourself for? Maybe it was the negative things you said to your body.

  3. A Gratitude Letter to Self: What are all the things that you are grateful for? Your body, your accomplishments, life? Go ahead and highlight how far you've come!

Week 3:Relationships and Money

15/30 Partnerships

"The real voyage of Discovery consists, not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes." - Proust

Relationships make up a large part of our life. Whether it's family, friends, co-workers, or a romantic partnership - relationships are all around us. Allow yourself to be mind blown with today's video!

Activity: Watch the following video.

Journal Prompts:

  • How do you feel about your current relationships? (Parents, siblings, significant other, co-worker)

  • How often do you ask 'brave' questions to the people in your life?

  • What are your 3 biggest takeaway's from today's video?

16/30 Love Languages

“We learn from failure, not from success!” – Bram Stoker

Reading "The Five Love Languages" by Gary Chapman was a huge game changer for me. Understanding that everyone's love language is different will do wonders in your relationships!

Activity: Watch the following video.

Journal Prompts:

  • Discover your love language with this quiz!

  • What is your love language? 

  • How has understanding your own love language and the love language of others helped you?

17/30 Relationships and Boundaries

“how you love yourself is how you teach others to love you”

- Rupi Kaur

Setting boundaries can be a challenge, especially when it comes to family. It's important to understand that HEALTHY boundaries are necessary for our overall health and joy. If you have been struggling with creating these boundaries in your life, today's video will help.

Activity: Watch the following video.

Journal Prompts:

  • Are you a people pleaser?

  • How often do you check in with yourself and ask "is this what I really want?"

  • Do you struggle to say no?

18/30 The Mindset And Attitude Of Thinking Wealthy

"You can have more than you've got because you can become more thank you are."

- Jim Rohn

Financial literacy is something that we aren't taught in school and unfortunately it's often not taught to us by our caregivers. Like many things, wealth and abundance is a mindset. It's important to learn the basic principles of money AS WELL as the beliefs we hold around it. Money is not a bad thing. It can enable us to live a good life, buy healthy/nutritious foods, invest in ourselves, etc. 

Activity: Watch the following video.

Journal Prompts:

  • What were your THREE biggest takeaways from this video?

  • Are you content with your financial situation or would you like to change it? How so?

                                               "Don't wish it were easier, wish you were better!!!!!!!" WISDOM 

19/30 The Spiritual Laws of Money

“If you are willing to do only what’s easy, life will be hard. But if you are willing to do what’s hard, life will be easy.” – T. Harv Eker

Today's video is just a small introduction of the many money blocks we tend to hold. Just like we learned about the blocks we hold around weight, we do the same thing with money. I have actually been to Eker's seminars and they are POWERFUL! I will link some of the exercises you can do to uncover your own blocks around money. 

Activity: Watch the following video.

Journal Prompts: Play some music and get in the zone. Answer these questions as honestly as you can. Go with your gut feeling. 

What did you relaize after answering these questions?

20/30 Money Mindset

“The single most powerful asset we all have is our mind. If it is trained well, it can create enormous wealth in what seems to be an instant.”-  Robert T. Kiyosaki

Setting boundaries can be a challenge, especially when it comes to family. It's important to understand that HEALTHY boundaries are necessary for our overall health and joy. If you have been struggling with creating these boundaries in your life, today's video will help.

Activity: Watch the following videos.

Video 1:

Video 2:

Journal Prompts:

  • What's holding you back from your financial goal?

21/30 Self-Worth and Net-Worth

“Abundance is not something we acquire. It's something we tune into." - Wayne Dyer

Our beliefs about money are usually set in childhood. Much like how we develop ideas about weight, we do the same with money and relationships. What we don't realize is that these beliefs often overlap and are interconnected. When we start to shift one, we can begin to shift others. 

Activity: Watch the following videos.

Journal Prompts:

  • What was the first experience you had with money? What did you learn from that? What pattern are you still repeating from that experience? 

  • How is your net worth connected to your self-worth?

22/30 $$$ Responds to YOU!

 “Wealth is not about having a lot of money; it’s about having a lot of options.” – Chris Rock

It's interesting to think that our money thermostat is currently programmed to a specific number based on our previous experiences. Today's video will cause a shift in the way you view and receive money. Watch this twice if necessary! 

Activity: Watch the following videos.

Journal Prompts:

  • What is your current "just enough" when it comes to money?

  • What do you envision your new "just enough" to be?

23/30 Clarity On Outcomes

“Leaders spend 5% of their time on the problem and 95% of their time on the solution. Get over it and crush it.”-Tony Robbins

Have you ever considered getting clear on your goal and then working backwards from there? So many times we get caught up in the 'not knowing what to do next". Allow yourself to work backwards. You'll be surprised with what you learn!

Activity: Watch the following videos.

Journal Prompts:

  • How clear are you with the language you use when describing your desired outcome/result?

  • What's the ultimate result you're after? Be clear. Be Specific.

  • This is almost like reverse engineering. How do you feel about getting clear on your outcome and then leting the actions fall into place accordingly?

24/30 New Way of Thinking

If you don't design your own life plan, chances are you'll fall into someone else's plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much. -Jim Rohn

We live in a time where we are so careful and sensitive to how things are presented to us. Today, Jim Rohn will tell it as it is. Remember, we have to be honest with ourselves. Not for anyone else but for US! 

Activity: Watch the following videos.

Journal Prompts:

  • What are you 3 biggest takeaways from Jim Rohn?

25/30 You Owe You!

"You can't make me want what I don't want." -Eric Thomas

How many times do we wait for things to happen for us? After today's video, I hope something shifts for you on a personal level. 

Activity: Watch the following videos.

Journal Prompts:

  • "Winners win". What does that mean to you?

26/30 What Are You Willing To Do?

"Everything negative - pressure, challenges - is all an opportunity for me to rise." — Kobe Bryant

Activity: Watch the following videos.

Journal Prompts:

  • What shifted in you after watching this short clip?

27/30 Lean Into The Pain

“The journey is learning that pain, like love, is simply something to surrender to. It’s a holy space we can enter with people only if we promise not to tidy up.” -Glennon Doyle

Activity: Watch the following videos.

Journal Prompts:

  • POWERFUL video here. What have you learned from feeling your pain?

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