Anonymous said: I envy your motivation, determination and just all round fabulousness! I constantly see your post work out pics and I'm so impressed!
Moving out of the apartment means also losing my gym. I’m not quite convinced I want to pay for a gym membership just yet. That being said, I want to know which dvd workouts do you like best? Looking for minimal equipment required. Thanks in advance!
Anonymous said: Im feeling super bad, my sister came to visit and she looks so damn good, she lost like 10kg and I feel so fat and ugly I just cant deal with that emotion, Im so happy for her but I dont know Im sad for beign me
You’re human and feeling envious of someone’s results is natural. Don’t let it make feel bad about yourself. What you need to do is allow it to motivate you. Everyone is on their own journey but it’s okay to use someone else’s success and results to fuel your fire! Go get ‘em!!
Life is really crazy right now, so I apologize for my absence. We close on our house this Friday and will be trying to move all our stuff there Saturday. What this means is two full-time working adults are going to be spending the majority of their free time packing and cleaning. It’s hard not having any family here. These are the times you rely on those obligated to love you, for help. Haha that sounds awful but if either of our parents were here, they’d be the first to arrive to start loading a moving truck. It makes you realize how hard it is to venture out totally alone.
Whatever the case…we’re doing it. I’m going to be tired. I’m going to skip workouts. I’m going to probably eat bad food. It will happen and I’m going to acknowledge and accept it now. I’m going to try to keep my breakfast and lunch in check. I have sole control over those. Dinners may be a crap shoot but I’ll try to stay good. I’ll commit to hitting my step goal every day before I leave work. I can do that. Wish me luck. :-)