helping people can turn into an addiction.. which then becomes more important than your own health.. which then makes helping people impossible, because there’s nothing left to give after a while.
to continue helping others,
you have to take care of yourself.
i had to withdraw & restore myself.. & although it took months,
it taught me a lesson that i will benefit from forever..
which also means the people i want to help will benefit even more!
I’m back babes!

Published by Dalis Paige

29 year old business owner, fitness model, entrepreneur, personal trainer, nutritional therapist, mental health fighter, & trivia nerd. | Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science | Certifications: •Nutritional Therapist •Personal Trainer •CPR | Agency Represented Model: • The Block Agency • Michele & Group • PUSH Models ------------------------------ RIP Mommy & Brother

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  1. This really isn’t much of a blog…I get excited when you say you post then it’s barely anything to read..what’s the point?


    1. Through the down time I had with depression, I couldn’t find any inspiration to blog like I used to.. thankfully, I’m finding my way back to it! Did you see my blog post the other day, “my 1st step.”?
      Your comment motivated me.


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