Fernanda Splitter Shares Her Mantra for Success in 2022 and Beyond

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    The past few years have been difficult for most people. In 2022, it’s time to set goals and try something new. Fernanda Splitter wants to share the top tips from her repertoire for success with people all around the globe.

    Splitter’s mantra for 2022 is “Don’t wish for it, work for it.” It can be easy to get caught up in hoping for things to happen in the future. This year, Splitter wants to make those dreams a reality. Recently, she had a baby, and during the pregnancy, she gained 60 pounds. “I no longer felt comfortable with the way I looked, and I knew I wanted a change,” says Splitter. “I was willing to do whatever it took to change my life.” That’s when she discovered intermittent fasting. It allowed her to eat whatever she wanted while still losing weight. “I created a challenge for myself to lose weight,” she says. “I started running and changing the way I ate. It made all of the difference.” It would have been easy to simply wish that her body would change. However, she was willing to put in the work to change her life, and that’s something she wants everyone to get a chance to do.

    Splitter is also living by her mantra by becoming interested in her passions. She is working to form an interior design business, which is something that she’s always enjoyed. “Creating your own business is one of the most difficult things you can do,” says Splitter. “I knew it wouldn’t be easy, but I had to try anyway.” She’s also started investing in real estate to make enough money to travel and live life to the fullest.

    Fernanda Splitter’s mantra for 2022 is “Don’t wish for it, work for it.” She is excited to live by it for the year and make tremendous changes in her life. If it resonates with you, try working hard for the life you want this year.

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