My Self Love Interview with Nourishing Everyday

Whooohoo! 
I had the privilege to be interviewed by Holistic Nutritionist Clinical Practitioner, who also has a Registered Nurse background of over 20 years, and my friend, Shonda Holt of Nourishing Everyday. She has a goal of doing 1000 interviews. I had the honor and opportunity of being interviewed by her for her View of Hope Interviews. 
In this interview, Shonda asks me why I’m so passionate about inspiring and empowering people to love themselves and love their bodies. She also has me sharing some insightful tips on how to start thinking differently and practicing Self-Love. 
And she had some fun questions to ask me about my personal life and memories, so you can get to know me a little bit more up close and personal 😉 
Click the photo below to watch! 

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In Shonda’s own words: “I started this project to showcase amazing people in our world that have a vision/mission or passion to improve people’s physical, emotional, mental &/or spiritual health. Or, they have a mission/vision to improve the state of those things I believe we were given to care for such as the environment &/or animals.
My goal is to show you that there is hope. If you are struggling or find that some days the world feels dark and negative know that there are at least 1000 people who are spending their lives to make it a better place.”
you can check out my video here and check out the rest of interviews here . I encourage you to check out Shonda’s website, she’s got some awesome health programs! 
If you enjoyed what I shared, I have my freebie gift “8 Ways to Cope with Cravings & Manage Stress” in which you can DOWNLOAD HERE. 
You can also check out the Self-Love Course Happy, Healthy & Whole in Mind, Body & Soul that I mentioned in the interview here
In Abundant Self Love & Joy,
Rosalyn Fung, M.Sc.
Self Love Coach for Women & Entrepreneurs 
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A Life Coach’s Guide to Living by Choice not by Chance

Each day we make choices that influence our pace and quality of life, and many of these are unconscious. While it’s a good thing we don’t have to think about every little choice we make, when it comes to creating a whole, fulfilled, balance between work-related activities and the rest-of-our-life activities… it’s a good idea to wake up and smell the proverbial coffee. Otherwise, we can find ourselves living with the effect of our choices such as feeling overwhelmed, stressed, unhealthy, or out of control.

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“May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears.”-Nelson Mandela

This is not about right or wrong, good or bad. I believe there are no mistakes, simply lessons learned. Living by choice, not by chance requires us to take responsibility for our own life. We get to choose if our experiences will be a sentence, paragraph, page or a chapter(s) in our life’s story.

So let’s get started…shall we?

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Do the following calculation:

  • Subtract your current age from 90
  • Add two zeros to the answer
  • Divide that number in two

*This is roughly how many weeks you have left on this Earth, assuming you live to a very ripe old age.

If you smoke and don’t look after yourself properly, subtract 1,200 weeks.

It’s time to live by choice, not by chance. Here’s how:

LET GO: Release those people, places and things that no longer serve you. You have the power to forgive an apology you never received, past hurts that keep you resentful, and folks that drain your energy. Let go. Start anew.

CHECKLIST of things to let go:

  • Toxicity
  • Clutter
  • Blocks
  • Negativity
  • Comparison
  • Need to Please
  • Distractions
  • Old Belief System
  • Anger/Resentment
  • Ego

QUESTION: If not now, when?

ACTION: Let go of something that no longer serves you Continue reading