Dear Diary & Videos

Word of the Week: Healthy x2

I declare a repeat of "Healthy" from last week. Taking care of our bodies and its needs are really important. I also failed in the movement/exercise category last week and I want to work harder in that category this week!


Healthy definition: beneficial to one's physical, mental, or emotional state.

Do what works for you, not what everyone else is doing.

Physical: Focus on eating foods that make your body feel good. Eat things that fuel you. Don't eat because you are bored or society says it's time to eat. Eat when your body is hungry. Eat what you know is good for your body.

Move your body. Walk, run, play with the kids, ride a bike, lift heavy things or do a 4 minute workout. Find what your body enjoys. You don't have to go to a gym or follow a strict routine. Find what works for you.

Mental/Emotional: What are you reading, seeing or hearing this week? Is there positive or negative things entering your mind? The news tends to be depressing. Take a break from watching the news. Who do you spend your time with? Are they pushing you towards or away from your goals? Limit your time with people that bring you down.

Taking care of our bodies doesn't have to be hard. We don't have to follow the latest fad. We do have to take the time and experiment with our bodies to see what works best for us. We are each very unique. Do what works for you.

What are you doing to be healthy this week?

The Kitchen where I Walk in the AM (plus dog getting into trash)

I started my day today with a 15 minute walk inside of my house. Yep, inside the house. I walked hallways and circles in the kitchen. It helped my mental state and gave me a great start to my day.

#dowhatworksforyou #healthyx2 #balanceandbabysteps

About Me

Hey! I’m Natalie and I’m a Christian Certified Health Coach, Life Coach, Revelation Wellness Fitness Instructor & Facilitator, and a Certified Public Accountant.

I spent most of my life stuck. Stuck in a rut with health, wellness, happiness, and just not feeling that I was good enough.

My health journey was a 25-year battle of dieting, losing weight, gaining weight, binge eating, sugar addictions and always feeling that I had to drop more weight before I could go live my life.

Read More


Join My Mailing List

A Health Coach or Life Coach is a tool to help you realize your goals, support you, and help you create habit change. We are not doctors or nutritionists. We cannot provide professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The information you receive from me is based on my personal experiences, studies of others, and training. Always consult with your doctor before making changes to your health and wellness plan.

© 2020 by Natalie Bonkowski. Proudly created with

  • White Facebook Icon