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Life Lessons: Saare White

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Life Lessons:

Saare White

Are you happy at the moment?

I am extremely happy, there was one point in my life where I said “I would NEVER be happy” and I believed that. With the upbringing I had and facing Manic Depression I never loved myself causing everything around me to collapse. I was slowly but surly loosing my family and hit rock bottom in my life. Everything changed when I started exercising and reading and applying personal development.

If you could go back and say anything to your 16 year old self now – what would it be?

“Listen to your mom” Did I just type that? I did, I have learned everything the hard way and thought my way was better. I know my mom was trying to help me but I feel if she came at a different angle things would be a lot different.

What’s the most important thing you’ve learned this year?

I learn something everyday of the year, whether is a word in a different language, how to talk to someone, a fact, I take the time to learn something everyday and share that with other people.

What do you most want to achieve in the next 12 months?

I am a Beachbody coach, I help people physically and finically change. I would like for myself and my team (mostly stay at home spouses) to make money! That is important to me as a spouse because if something was to happen we would have the means to take care of our family. We do that by helping people reach their goals.

What’s your secret to happiness?

God first, me second, husband third, my kids last. That is my secret sauce to life.

What one ritual or practice keeps you grounded?

EXERCISE!!!! Exercise saved my family and me. I am more productive to society and myself if I devote at least 30 minutes a day to exercise.

What’s your biggest regret?

I do not regret anything in my life; everything in my life that didn’t go right or didn’t happen was for a reason.

What’s the most important lesson you’ve taught your kid(s)?

To treat people the way you want to be treated and always show respect. That is one of the biggest things that have carried me through life.

What bad habit would you most like to change about yourself?

If you met me two years ago I would have given you a list, I used to smoke, heavy drinker, extremely lazy, and over time I have kicked these habits. I try to better myself in every area of my life.

Aside from motherhood and marriage what are you most proud of in your life?

I am proud of myself. I have face so many adversities in my life, and I never gave up. I kept pushing and knowing my potential and what I am truly capable of now I impress myself every day.

When were you happiest?

When I am spending alone time with my husband. We could be doing anything and be happy.

What ten words best describe you?

Selfless, leader, lover, care giver, social butterfly, assertive, motivator, funny, passionate, fit and loud.

My name is Saare (Say-Air) White and I am 28 years young. I am an Army Wife, mother of two boys Arian 5, and Haden 3. I have been married to James white for 5 years, and he has been in the Army for almost 4 years. I am a Beachbody fitness instructor certified in PiYo, Insanity, and Turbo kick, I am also a Emerald Beachbody coach. I mostly coach from home and for free with their fitness goals and some with their financial goals. I find it very rewarding especially with stay at home spouses because it encourages them to do something for themselves and I empower them to do more then just be a “stay at home spouse”. Before venturing over in the fitness field, which I never imagined for myself I was Correctional officer at a high max all male state prison where I also met my husband who was also an officer. In my spare time I like to read and listen to personal development, I like to spend time with my family and work on my all organic vegetable garden.

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