What Do You Have To Lose?


“WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO LOSE ALI?”  That is what Stephen {my hubby} said to me when I was going back and forth about becoming an online coach. It took me a year to make the decision because I was so afraid I would be judged. It was that one sentence of belief he spoke over me that gave me the confidence I could do it!

8 years ago when I battled postpartum, my husband was my rock. He held my hand until my panic attacks past, he woke up in the middle of the night to help me deep breathe through heart palpitations, he drove me to doctors appts, and he was 100% present for our children while working a full-time job. He learned how to cook clean foods to help me stay on track with my nutrition and he encouraged me to workout. He was my backbone when I couldn’t stand alone.

Then 6 years ago, I decided to take my mess and turn it into a message. To become a coach, a trainer, a nutritionist, and start my own biz to help other women change their lives just like I had. He was my biggest supporter. He would take care of the kids two nights a week so I could have team calls and then would help out the million other times when I worked more. He would be the shoulder I cried on when I felt defeated and he would cheer me on when I felt like I was the only one in the arena.

Today - he still stands by my side more than ever. Celebrating every milestone. doing all the workouts, hosting retreats at our home + cooking pancakes for my coaches, my sounding board in my biz, my accountability partner in my health, and the list could go on and on! So much of who I am today + my business successes is owed to this man right here. Thank you babe for constantly going above and beyond to help me live my passion and help me make all of my hopes and dreams come to fruition for my life, our family’s life, + all of the women that I have been so blessed to help!

Share your heart with your significant other - let them in on your passion + what sets your soul on fire🔥You might be surprised how supportive they are and if not keep walking the walk, because actions speak louder than words. And just like he said to me: 

What do you have to lose friend?


XO, ALI