It’s hard not to get all reflective when you come to the end of something big in life. The revAMp could have been a quiet, personal journey but I chose to make it something more. Bringing it here to Be Well Philly and talking about it with all of you gave it more weight in my life—instead of being accountable to my own (very lenient) self, I committed to a larger community, and that has helped me to stay focused and true to the contract I signed. So, thanks for your help!
The revAMp started as a way to help people transform their lives. The idea of transformation is so much bigger than just changing the way you eat or looking better in a bikini, and that has been the most surprising thing about this whole experience. I’ve seen the physical changes, for sure: I can do a lot more push-ups now, and my mom says my hair looks shiny. The changes I didn’t expect are more big-picture. I’ve found myself wondering, “If I can change this part of my life, what other less-than-awesome parts need some revamping?”