Tough Questions to Ask to Get Back on the Healthy Track

lob sushiI've just come out of a 3 week blur of birthday celebrations (translation: a great excuse for food and drink) and boy do I need to get back on track with my healthy habits!  Don't get me wrong, I have loved every minute of chocolate cake, delicious wine and fancy foods (see picture of Lobster Sushi) but it has taken its toll on my midsection, sleep patterns and overall energy.  I want my vibrancy back!!!  If you have been derailed and need inspiration to get back on track, then click here and ask yourself these questions…and answer them honestly.  It works for me every time!


Motivational Speaker Polly Pitchford didn’t always know the phytochemical benefits of kale, in fact, those words weren’t even in her vocabulary 30 years ago. Neither did she see any reason to do jumping jacks on a cement surface for an hour. But all it took was a chance vegetarian cooking class and some high-energy music to open her eyes upon a whole new world of healthy living. For 30 years Polly has practiced, studied, taught, educated and lived a healthy lifestyle that makes her such a powerful speaker.

Polly’s down-to-Earth and humorous approach mirrors her own lifelong journey to lasting, positive changes. The audience walks away with tangible plans for improving their health and their lives through food, fitness and fun.
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  1. Love this post Polly. Isn't it funny how the older we get, the longer we celebrate our birthday! You deserve every fun moment of it, my friend. And thank you for letting me know that it's okay to get off track every now and then – and to give me the courage to ask the tough questions that will get me back on track. Even a motivating speaker needs to hear this. We're not perfect either! And not to beat yourself up for too long, and get back to work. Reminds me of that blog Marilyn Sherman wrote a while back on being angry for 15 minutes and moving on. Perhaps we could switch out "angry" with "bummed that we got off our healthy track"  – give ourselves fifteen minutes to wallow in misery, and then we're over it and back on track. Here's Marilyn's post:

  2. Polly, these are GREAT questions!  But, can I ask them AFTER Valentine's day???  Thanks for a great reminder to look at the consequences to our behaviors.

  3. REALLY good questions, Polly!  A great way to keep EVERYONE motivated to keep on the right track – even speakers on motivation can use this (no one is exempt as you say.) I'm on DAY TWO of getting back on track right now and I feel more encouraged by asking your questions!


  4. Polly, your insight and questions are just what I needed to read PRIOR to my delicious Valentine's Day dinner tonight. So appreciate you and all you do to keep us healthy. That lobster sushi looks delicious and decadent, BUT how will I feel 6 months from now?!

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