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Starting Over

Have you ever had one of those days where everything – and I mean EVERYTHING – did not go as planned? I had one of those recently. I won’t go into details, but let’s just say, I’m starting over.

The Clean Body Project is something I started a few years ago – five to be exact. It originally started as a personal project for me to “clean up” six areas of my life that needed some heavy duty scrubbing. I felt miserable, had no energy, was worried about the future, took care of my mom, and had just finished another certification program. I was in need of a change or two, and this was going to be it.

To be honest, it was slow going. Even though I know what it means to live a holistically healthy life, I wasn’t that thrilled to jump head first. I took it slow, one thing at a time. Sometimes I fell off the wagon and was dragged behind for long stretches of time, but I always tried to get back on. I started a Facebook page to help me document and share my progress. I confess, I wasn’t a very good moderator of information back then. Haha!

The page is still up and miraculously I have 300 likes. I have done nothing to promote the page except an occasional post on my personal profile letting my peeps know what I was up to. I told myself that when I hit 200 likes I would start a blog. That was a couple of years ago, and I am finally ready to go public in a big way.

I’m doing this for a few reasons.

  1. I want the accountability. Knowing that I have an audience waiting to hear from me will provide the kick in the rump to blog and create content that will not only help me, but support you in your efforts.
  2. I want to help you to let go of those things in life that no longer serve you. So often we go through life on autopilot, not realizing that we say yes to things that we should be saying no to. We don’t want to hurt people’s feelings, We want to be of service. We want to feel like we can do it all. The reality is, we are jeopardizing our health, creating more stress, and putting ourselves on the back burner. Not good!
  3. Once we remove what we don’t want, many of us need to learn, or relearn, how to add in those things that we do want. Like nutritious food, clean body care, uplifting relationships, a monthly budget (yep, we all need one), and a spiritual practice. I hope by following along with the CBP you can build your personal project just how you like it.

So here we go. Let’s do this.  I’m in it for the long haul. If you are reading this and there is something you want to know more about here in the Clean Body Project, don’t hesitate to send me a note or leave a comment below. You can learn more about the purpose of the Project here.

About the Author Corrie Ann

Corrie Ann Gray is a writer, researcher, coach, and cookie enthusiast who lives in Los Angeles, CA. She started the Clean Body Project to share all of her knowledge and resources with others who are interested in running their own experiment into clean holistic living. She is the CEO and founder of Gray Ink Media.

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