February 2020

Let’s get this one thing clear: I’m not clear on everything. To be sure, I’m not always sure. I’m predictably unpredictable. Reasonably unreasonable. Consistently inconsistent.

One week I’ll be prepping food in a frenzy, stocking my instaworthy refrigerator. The next week, I’m telling my kids to dig out a frozen pizza from the deep dark corners of the icebox.

I have real clarity on this. (CLARITY is the theme of the month).

Are you clear on the fact that you are a human and not a super hero or a robot? We’re not always going to be 100%, motivated, happy, and bubbly. That’s 100% ok. If that’s you too, join the crew. There’s 7 billion of us. #human

Besides knowing that I won’t be flawless all of the time, I’m crystal clear on the fact that there are things related to my health and wellness that really matter to me. For these, I’ve developed habits that help me be as consistent as is reasonable for members of my imperfect kind. #stillhuman

Clarity is defined as clearness or lucidity as to perception or understanding; freedom from indistinctness or ambiguity.