Hello, y’all! I’m Kristy, a big fan of Cusa Tea, and I am writing this post to introduce myself as a Cusa Tea Brand Ambassador in time for their May Health and Wellness month!
Cusa Tea asked me to share advice and my personal experience when it comes to being active and healthy, two very important goals in my life.
First off, a little bit about me. I live in the Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, area. I’m a psychologist, runner, traveler and health and fitness enthusiast. I try to eat healthy, but still allow myself treats and cheat meals in moderation. I’m passionate about fitness, whether it’s running, hiking, walking, cross-training, getting workouts done, or finding ways to stay active.
I started consistently running and exercising just a few years ago to help me deal with some significant changes in my life. Now, fitness has become a regular part of my life, and not only does it help me to feel good and be healthy, but it also helps me deal with additional stress that comes my way.
When I first started running, I had to add cross-training and strength exercises (via workouts at home) to prevent injury and to stay active 6-7 days a week since I don’t run every day. I LOVE to travel, and really enjoy running races in new places! I’ve completed races in CA, CO, Toronto, OH, AZ, and WV. Of course, I also run races locally. I’m not the fastest runner by any means, but I’m always striving to improve my personal times. I’m probably in the best shape I’ve ever been in my life, and I don’t intend to quit any time soon.
How do I stay motivated? Here are some suggestions:
Cusa Tea with a little honey is a great low- or no-sugar option.
I’m not perfect, but I’m striving to be the best version of myself. Feel free to follow me on Instagram (@psych2Bfit) to see my journey. I hope that through my social media posts I am inspiring, motivating and encouraging others to get moving and being the best version of themselves, too!
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Jim Lamancusa, founder of the world’s first premium instant tea brand Cusa Tea, wishes there was another adjective besides “instant” he could use to describe his craft. “It doesn’t necessarily mean a bad thing,” he said. “You can have instant and have it taste amazing, too.” Since the brand’s genesis, that’s been his #1 goal.