Momma Fit Podcast
About This Show
This is the Momma Fit Podcast with Dayna Deters. Dedicated to all those moms out there that want to fit a workout in a day, or want to fit in a moment of bliss, or HEY…you want to fit in those skinny jeans!
Dayna Deters is the host of momma fit podcast. She is a mother of 2 beautiful girls, a wife, and entrepreneur. Her passion became her profession when she had a wake-up call about 15 years ago. With the support of others and a positive attitude, she was able to overcome the hurdles in her life. This momma strives to wake up and conquer each day to make it better than the day before. Her passion for business and education to others is what drives this momma to be her best version of momma fit.
With Dayna’s background she hopes to help you with your business, health and fitness needs, family time in the kitchen and give you motivation and inspiration to tackle your day. And most importantly, to help YOU fit in your Momma Fit time.
Most Recent Episode
Momma Fit Podcast Episode #13: Why I'm Breaking Up With Perfection
2 days ago
Are you always waiting for the time to be right?
Are you waiting for the moment you feel you have all of the puzzle pieces?
Are you waiting for the phase when you have more time?
Or are you going to keep waiting, all the while feeling bad about not doing anything?
When you chase perfection, you set yourself up for disappointment, and all too easily it is used as a form of procrastination.
There's never a perfect moment that you will feel completely ready for anything.
Many people never completely feel capable, have enough time and energy to achieve their goals. And most are terrified of failure, looking foolish, and letting others down.
In this weeks podcast, I will talk about one of my HUGE problems that I constantly work on. I'm not perfect, and nor will I ever be. Life is a work in progress and that is how we should live.
What you will learn in this episode:
1. How and why it's OK to give yourself permission to fail.
2. Why you need to set boundaries.
3. When it's OK to say NO, instead of always saying YES.
For more information on Dayna, visit: www.daynadetersfitness.com