6 Things I Learned From Writing A Cookbook That Can Be Applied To Your Personal Fitness Journey


We're 18 days away from the launch of my first-ever meal prep cookbook, Prep For Success and I can hardly believe it! If you've been following my IG stories, you'll know that I finally got my book proof in the mail. Once I review it, this book will be approved to be sold in both DIGITAL & PAPERBACK copies on Amazon!! (Like actually, I'm freaking!!)

To everyone who has already preordered your copy - I've already said it a billion times, but I can't thank you all enough. Your support means the world to me! ⁠

⁠And, since it's been over 6 months of experimenting, testing, photographing, editing, writing, proofreading & MORE, I wanted to share the top 6 things I've learned from writing my own cookbook that can be applied to your own fitness journey:⁠




1.⁠ IT'S GOING TO TAKE LONGER THAN YOU THINK IT WILL.

I started this cookbook as a little project that I thought would take me a couple of months, maximum. But, like all good things, they're definitely worth the wait.

2.⁠ DON'T LOSE SIGHT OF YOUR 'WHY'.

There were definitely moments throughout this process where I wondered whether making this book was worth my time, but I had to keep reminding myself WHY it was so important. This happens with everything - your fitness journey, a course you want to take, a new job - but, having a clear "why" will steer you back on course when the going gets tough.

3.⁠ YOUR GOALS WILL CHANGE.

The goals I had for this book at the start were no longer the goals I had at the finish line. As you evolve through any journey worth the work (like achieving your goal weight, getting fit, or writing a cookbook!), you'll find yourself focusing down on only what's TRULY important instead of on all the little things.

4.⁠ HAVE A PLAN TO FOLLOW, OR IT'LL NEVER GET DONE.

Eventually, I had to create a separate calendar for my cookbook work and set aside a day or two per week that was devoted to research, recipe creation, photography, editing and writing. If I didn't have a plan set in place, this cookboo