When I started this blog I wanted it to be my fitness inspiration. Mainly for myself, but if others ventured upon it, it was ok. Last fall I dipped my feet in the Paleo Diet. I liked the overall concept. Clean food, meat, veggies, little nuts and fruit, no grain or dairy. And surprisingly, it was easy to stick to…when I was with others that ate the same way. I slowly started regressing back to my normal diet over the months. Now my diet was never that “bad”. I ate healthy, clean foods with the occasional cheat day. But over the past few months realized how amazing the paleo plan made me feel. So I’m committing myself back to it!! And trying to get a few followers along the way, or at least convince then to try it for a few days of the week! I also began the bodyrock challenge. 30 days of free, leveled, at home workouts. Love it! I’m logging all my info for my friend Dee because she keeps me motivated!
This made me smile ;)
1. Forget the number on the scale it is JUST a tool and if it makes or breaks your day then you are using it too much and rely too much on it.
2. If you aren’t losing weight and you are on weight watchers or calorie counting—- just because you stay under your number DOESNT mean you are being…
Motivation! Love it!
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Lola loves runs, snuggling on the couch, homemade peanut butter treats, and eating dropped kale chips right out of the oven.
So after much personal debate I decided to commit to a blog. I have been tackling this lifestyle change for about 3 years. It started as a goal “just to lose weight” or “diet”. Now it has become a part of me. I like to eat healthy and stay active. I started this blog as a personal task. I wanted to become accountable for the food I eat and the challenges I take everyday to push myself. Hopefully it will motivate me, and possibly others, to try new things and meet goals!