I know it has been over a month since my last post and I haven’t been updating the way I planned when it comes to weight loss. I definitely have my hands full with these two little guys.

(My next post is going to be all about my boys with a crazy amount of pictures and maybe even a few adorable videos…so make sure you follow or subscribe so you don’t miss it!)

I have started to write a few times but I honestly just needed some time. Some time to prove that I am getting healthy for me…not for anyone else. What you do when no one knows, when no one is watching, that is what will make or break you. I think I needed to eat healthy/exercise etc. and prove to myself that I could and would do this no matter what.

But I was reminded of something so encouraging, I just had to share.

Here is a quick update:

I’m down 8 lbs from March 17th. I have lost more than that but I gained some weight back over my birthday celebration(S). (what can I say I am a VERY loved girl 🙂 )

I have been eating healthy most days. My diet mainly consist of veggies, meat, and some fruit <-THIS IS MY WEAKNESS…I would just eat fruit for every meal…but all that sugar! Yeah, not a good idea.

I cut out dairy originally because I’ve noticed that really helps me lose weight. I promise it is much easier than you think and all it takes is some pizza (last Friday night) or froyo (saturday…I’m telling you birthday celebrations killed me). But for real just one “diary-filled” meal after not eating it for awhile and let’s just say you go right back to HAPPILY not eating it.

I started a “couch to 5k” app and completed my first “post-baby #2” 5k last Saturday. It was the Run for the Trees and it was my 4th year in a row doing it.

It was hard, ridiculously hard and pretty discouraging, honestly. Everyone wants to improve with time and become better…well this race is one of those reminders that I have a longgggg way to go to get back to where I was last year (or the years before for that matter).

BUT I finished it! That’s better than what I wanted to do…which varied between crawling in a hole to die, punching someone in the throat, and/or consulting a doctor about some serious liposuction. Not kidding.

During the week leading up to the 5k I was trying to come up with a new plan for after the race. I need structure. I thrive off of a routine and a plan! There are 231805430953580059034529 different programs out there and people that swear “this is the best thing ever.”

Here’s the deal… I know what to eat. I know how to workout. I just need some kind of general plan as to how I’m going to do those things and I would LOVE to not spend $$$ at this point. I have so much to lose and I know I will hit a sticking point after I lose some of the weight. At that point I will look into something that might cost but right now I just need something free and simple.

Here’s what I decided on. It’s 100% free and gives you everything from specific workouts to do, to a general meal plan, to recipe ideas/food list. Bodybuilding.com has tons of these programs! There is also an app you can download that lets you pull up the workouts & track everything.

It is a 12 week program, and at first I thought “TWELVE weeks. Yeah. No.” But I’m in this for the long haul…as in as long as it takes to get back in shape and be healthy-haul. So why not? I will be going a short trip to Haiti this summer and probably 1 other vacation so I know there will be some weeks that are better than others. But it’s a goal…something to strive for…exactly what I needed.

I think the scariest thing about a 12 week commitment is the opportunity to fail.

THIS was the reminder I had to share…

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I will fail at times. We all do. I will have “bad days”…maybe even “bad weeks.”

Moments where I lose sight of what matters mosts.

Moments where I allow the lies to fill my head and control my actions.

Moments where I sit down and have the “it’s not fair that it is this hard for me while 13901832108 other women can eat McDonalds every day and look like a freakin VS model.” <-seriously. It’s annoying.

But I will always get back up. Tomorrow can always be better than today. Because after those moments of “failure,” that’s where you learn. That’s where you grow.

I’ve said it before but I just love the first day of the month. There is something so refreshing about a new month!

May 1st leaves 244 days left in this year.


That’s a whole lot of days! This year can still be a life changing year.

How will you be better in May? What are somethings you want to change from April?


There is no better day than the first day of the month to get started!


It’s True.

Ever True. 


It’s been just over one year since I started this blog. If you have been reading since the beginning you know that part of the purpose was to share my weight loss journey after gaining around 60 lbs with my first pregnancy. It was such an encouragement to me and great accountability to know other people were following my story. It made it more difficult to eat the late night bowl of ice cream or skip the work out knowing that there were people (a few at least 😉 ) that were keeping up with  my progress and cheering me on.

Then July rolled around. I had lost around 30 of the 60 lbs and was sticking to my plan to lose the rest. On July 14th I found out I was pregnant. You can read about that here. That was definitely a big pause button when it came to losing weight…obviously. So at the end of said pregnancy there has been another 50 lbs added on to the leftover 30 lbs…80 lbs to lose.

That being said…or written…

As I start this new chapter of losing this baby weight (x2) I was so much more hesitant to share. I’ve spent the few days going back and forth on whether or not I open up and share this part of my “mommyhood.” I really couldn’t figure out where this push back was coming from and why I wasn’t as eager as last time to put it all out there. So many positive things came from my willingness to share last time around. Why not do it again?

Then it hit me (around 3am #lifewithanewborn)

I was afraid. Afraid of failing. Afraid of being honest and afraid of what people might think. If I’m “truthful,” the fear of failing comes from a place of feeling like a failed the last time around.


I know.

I was pregnant and therefore should not have been focusing on losing weight.

Anyone would understand that. You don’t have to try and convince me that it was a wise decision to put a hold on losing weight while pregnant. I know. But I also know that I let history repeat itself in a lot of ways and did not focus on being as healthy as I could while pregnant.

Still all I could hear/focus on where the lies…

“I didn’t accomplish all of my goals last time around. I failed. I probably can’t accomplish them…it’s never going to happen.” 

I was slowly (without even fully realizing it) convincing myself that it was too much, too hard, and I just couldn’t do it.

The determination that was there when I wrote this post, had been replaced with defeat.

I just continued to let those lies get LOUDER & LOUDER.

The moment I knew I was starting to believe the lies:

I looked at another blogger that I have been following for inspiration. She has lost over 100 lbs & looks incredible after having two kids (almost the same distances apart as mine) and I thought,

I’m just not her. I’m just not meant to be in shape. I’ll just be “happy” with myself and be a super fun mom that pretends to be ok with the way I look. I have a 15 month old and a 3 week old…it’s just totally unrealistic for me to try and focus on anything other than them right now.

More lies.

So I had a choice…by this point it was now about 3:30am…

Believe the lies and give up.

Or recognize them for what they are…lies…open up, be vulnerable and move forward.

As I thought about my choices I thought about how it felt to lose the first 10lbs last year, or the moment of crossing the finish line of my first (post-baby) 5k. I thought of all the messages/comments from people saying “you wrote what I was feeling.” or “you inspired me to _____” or “I’m so glad to know I’m not the only one!”

Why can’t I do it again? Why can’t I feel confident and most importantly healthy? Why can’t I make it a priority to do whatever it takes to have energy, feel good and be able to keep up with these two little boys?

I can’t if I believe the lies. It would be impossible. If I focus on all the reasons and negativity that would love to take residence in my head then I can’t.

So my choice?

To do whatever it takes to-DAILY-ignore those lies and be the best me that I can be. To accomplish goals I set for myself and to make myself a priority so that I can not only be around for a long time but feel good!


This concept is true in any area of life. No just with losing weight and getting healthy. We have to be able to recognize the lies that are holding us back from all we can be and shut out the negativity that is stopping us from reaching our full potential.

What is that you so desperately want to accomplish but have given up because of the lies that you have been listening to?

There is still just over 9 months left in 2014. This can still be “your year” or “the year things changed.” But YOU decide whether or not that happens.

I know this will be a slow process. I can’t work out until Friday (can you tell I’m counting down the days). More than losing weight right now (I definitely want to but I know it will be difficult while I’m not getting much sleep and breastfeeding) I want to feel good. It is amazing how much better you can feel when you eat healthy foods. I know that I will have good days and not so good days. But that’s all apart of the journey & I’m not wasting anymore time listening to lies.




Its True…

Ever True.


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Make It Count

I must say if the rest of the month is anything like the first day…it is sure to be OH-MAY-ZING!!

Today I made this guy check the mail in the rain…


…true story…

I was so excited because…

my LIPSTICK SHADES customized Otter Box is finally here! I first found out about these little gems through Mama Laughlin & Skinny Meg. Go check out their blogs!! They are both very inspirational and encouraging when it comes to weight loss and getting in shape. They are also total fasionistas!

Back to my case…It’s here and I love it!!



Definitely a great way to start the month of MAY!

My motto this month is
It’s the last full month before summer & plus it’s a chance to start fresh. A new month, new day…endless opportunities!

As I’ve said before, goals are so important!!

Here are a few goals I have for this month:
1. Complete Jillian Michael’s 30 day shred. Which I started today- kill.me.now.


Excuse the towel…I was staying at a hotel and forgot my yoga mat but was determined to start today & knew I’d be getting home late.

I wanted to die & it was only level one. Here’s to hoping I don’t…

Die that is. No matter what I’m going to finish!

2. Also finish the quilt I’m working on(I started today!) for my little guy. It might sound random because I have never done any type of sewing before. None the less I’m excited to try something new, spend some time with my mom (she is teaching me…she is pretty much a seamstress god) and also make something for True that he can keep forever.


I mean…we all know he will be taking this thing to college!

3. Do a couple DIY projects that I have been putting off. I’ll update as I go!

4. Drink more water…this is an ongoing problem for me. I pretty much only drink water. I can’t stand any type  of soda or coffee. Although there are some days I REALLY need the caffeine! But the problem is I don’t drink enough. That’s changing in May!!!

5. RUN!

Now that I have completed my first (post baby) 5k, I cannot decide if I am going to start training for a 10k or just try to get the point of not running slower than some people walk. Decisions…

Either way I have worked way to hard to cut running out of my work out routine. So the plan is to do that in addition to “crazy lady” Jillian. We’ll see if I can even walk tomorrow.

OK I’m done whining…

I can’t wait to see all that this month has to bring & the amazing things that happen from “MAY-KING IT COUNT.” Yeah…I know it’s cheesy, but that’s the beauty of writing on your own blog. CHEESINESS all around!! 🙂

Seriously though, I hope you will join me in making it count!! Life is just too short not to.

This is your month! The feeling that comes on May 31st will be worth all the hard work and time management!

It’s True. 

I Run because I CAN.

This morning was my first 5k since having True. I have trained for just over 8 weeks & it has been incredible to see the progress.
When I started running, going for 2 minutes was HARD.

Thursday I ran 3.1!
It was the hardest thing I have ever done…
J/K bringing a 9 lb baby in to this world with an epidural that started to WEAR OFF (another post for another day) will probably forever hold that spot. I hope at least.
But in the moment it felt like it!
I ran slowwww…but i did it!! Just to prove to myself I could do it!
I’m not even going to lie…I felt like I was on an episode of The Biggest Loser. I was dying and wanted to quit so bad but pushed it hard & had the encouragement of a great friend (thanks Monica!). When my garmin showed that I had hit 3 miles I knew I could get there…and when I hit 3.1 I thought I was going to DIE and burst into tears all at the same time. I knew this day would come because I was so determined but the feeling of actually accomplishing this goal was truly overwhelming!!!


There was a snake sighting on our run!

So I was left with a decision. I had my original goal of running the entire thing. You can read more about that here.

But since I ran 3.1 miles on Thursday what would be my new goal for the race?

I wanted to do better! I wanted to improve…try to do it a little faster.

Important fact about me:
I have always been a slow runner. Even when I was in my best shape/training for a triathlon/able to run 5 miles. A 12 minute mile is a good/average pace for me when I’m in good shape!
So when I did 3.1 in 42 mins & 30 secs on Thursday (yeah…not kidding about being SLOW) I really wanted to do this race faster. But I killed myself just to finish Thursday…

So I made an executive decision.

Run majority and let myself have a few walk breaks so that when I was running I could try to run faster.

& this worked!!!
…for the most part.
I ran around a 12 min mile for most of the race and let myself take two 2 min walk breaks and one 1 min walk break. The problem was how slow walked because I was so exhausted. I should have walked faster when I walked but I was seriously trying not to DIE.

I wasn’t planning on taking the last minute walk break but started feeling super dizzy and like I was going to barf all over the beautiful scenery. Honestly, when I stopped to walk I decided there was NO way I could run anymore. Other than the last few yards because you just can walk into the finish line. But then I start thinking about the countless people injured in the recent Boston bombing. Some being men and women that LOVED to run and might not ever be able to do so again.

I decided I would run…BECAUSE I CAN.

I would push through and finish strong because I know that physically I am more than able. Yes, it was hard. Yes, I was in tears. Yes, I wanted to quit. But I CAN run…so I did.

I finished the race right around 41 minutes, which is crazy slow BUT a minute and a half faster than I did it on Thursday (yeah, I’m trying to find the “rainbows” 🙂 ).


  • My incredible husband for training with me and helping me make exercising a priority in our everyday lives. His encouragement has been a game changer for me. It has helped me truly stick with it and made it so much easier than if I was trying to make a lifestyle change on my own. He would run with me after a 12 hour work day or early on a Saturday morning (his only day of the week to sleep…a little longer) and he would even push the jogging stroller! THAT is love! 🙂
  • Monica Hunt!!! One of my BFFs that has been there to encourage me every step of the way. Whether it be walking with me a few weeks after I had True…and I mean walking slow, or coming to my house to run so that I could fit it in between feedings. She stuck with me for the entire race today…even though she could have done it MUCH faster. She stayed with me to encourage me and push me. This is just one of the many examples of what a great friend she is!!!
  • All of my  amazing friends that were texting me through out the morning and encouraging me! You mean the world to me and I could not have done this without you.
  • The wonderful people that take the time to read this blog. You are more motivating then you will ever know & I appreciate you!

Things I would/will do differently:

  1. Not lose my running shoes the night before… seriously….who loses shoes? Because of this I had to wear old shoes and I while it was doable I don’t like the way they make my arches feel.
  2. Don’t wear all cotton! I was wearing a Nike t-shirt and yoga type pants but they all held in the heat…I know better.
  3. Eat a good dinner! I had to work last night and didn’t plan ahead so I had a smoothie for dinner-and I’m not talking about ones filled with green stuff.
  4. Eat something for breakfast! I always eat something for breakfast before a race but while trying to get out the door this morning (sooooo much harder with a little one!!!) I totally forgot to eat any kind of breakfast. I didn’t think it would be a big deal…WRONG!

SIDE NOTE: BIG THANKS TO MY PARENTS for taking care of our munchkin while Barry and I did this race! 

I was feeling the lack of nutrition hardcore!

All in all I finished it & it’s giving me a starting point to build on. I definitely want to better and would love to be in the place where I can run the entire race at a 12 min pace! But everyone’s gotta have goals 😉


The top left picture was our first “Run For The Trees” in 2011!


“Run for the Trees” is a special 5k because it’s the 3rd year I’ve done it. The first year it actually fell on my 21st birthday & the last two years have been within a week from it. Last year I did it about 10 weeks pregnant so I guess you can say Truett did it too. :)So it’s become a little tradition!

The one thing I HATE about this race:


The course is surrounded by beautiful houses & gorgeous nature but you will notice BENEATH the breath taking “purple tree” (I don’t know much about trees) is a dirt road.

There is about half a mile or so at the end of the race where you run on this dirt road.
When you already feel like you are DYING just throw in some loose dirt to run on and that makes it a million times better… NOT!

But I finished! I accomplished a goal and can’t wait to improve on it!!!

“It’s very hard in the beginning to understand that the whole idea is not to beat the other runners. Eventually you learn that the competition is against the little voice inside you that wants you to quit.”

It’s True.

I Quit

Ok so those of you that have been following this blog know that in the beginning of February I starting getting serious about getting healthy and back in shape after gaining 60+ pounds in my pregnancy with my first son (born in November).

I have added a page on my blog called “Weight Loss” with links to previous posts for those of you that need to catch up. But the most important post would be: “Yeah…I’m Done Being Fat.


Obviously it has been sometime since I have posted about my weight loss journey (about 6 weeks).

Many of you have been so kind and encouraging to me. Making it a point to ask me about my journey and when in the world I am going to blog again about that part of my life. 🙂 It really does mean so much to me that there is a group of people…as small as it may be….that care & also take the time to read my little ol’ blog.

So I have made a decision…

I quit.

Yup….I really quit.


I quit making excuses.

I quit putting other things before things that are so important to me.

I quit doubting myself.

I quit worrying about all the weight that I have left to lose.

*Yes…this is a good  “I quit” 🙂

I think I came to a point where I started to question why I was doing the work outs or eating healthy. In the back of my mind I couldn’t help but think:

“Am I really doing this for ME…or am I doing this for the people reading my blog?”

As silly as that may sound…

It was so important to me that I do this for myself because, in my short 23 years of life, I have seen first hand what can happen when you base the things you do/don’t do on other people. That being said I also have a tendency to try and “perform.” Part of that is just my personality and part of it is growing up in the fish bowl of being a pastor’s kid.

So for all of these reasons I started thinking about taking a step back from the whole “weight loss update” scene. Once I did that I realized that I was definitely doing this for ME & no one else. Sometimes it is our accomplishments that occur in private that mean the most & I think I had to prove somethings to myself before I continued on with this public sharing of my journey in weight loss.

Since my last post I have:

Lost 7.5 more pounds for a a total 18.5 lbs

Run 2.5 miles without stopping (ok for real…if you would have asked me on week 2 if I thought I could this anytime in 2013 I would have laughed in your face…I know its nothing HUGE but its still an accomplishment)

But most of all I have gained some much needed confidence!!!

I promise to go back to my little updates (for those of you that missed them) and keep you guys in the loop more. Thank you for being patient while I take some “me” time. 🙂


PLEASE be thinking/praying of me this Saturday as I run my first-post baby-5k! I REALLLLLLYYYYYY would like to run the entire thing without stopping for a walk break but in all of the previous 5k races I have done I have never been able to do it. It is totally a mental thing. In the one 10k I did, I ran over 3.1 before stopping, but never could do it in an actual 5k. I start to psych myself out and get so easily defeated. SO this Saturday will be different. Im not worried about fast I am running…but I will run…until its done! 🙂

I have been training for over 8 weeks now and I am ready for my hard work to help me accomplish this goal!


The last two weeks have been rough. We did some traveling (short distance but hotel staying none the less) for my husbands job and then had family in town this week and then birthday celebrations for your’s truly 😉

Note to self: Vegan Carrot is wonderful…& well deserve on the birthday of a girl who, LOVES carrot cake and can’t have dairy…..


The crazy part is that I literally feel crappy. I can totally tell not eating well is taking its toll and I am actually looking forward to grocery shopping this evening and getting back into the swing of things.

Overall I am so very glad that I made the decision to get serious when I did and that I have (for the most part) stuck with it. I hope to only get more committed and see even better results! There are definitely days where I think…I have a 5 MONTH OLD…why is this taking so long! But I don’t let myself go down that road. Instead I focus on the positives….and when all else fails….

look at some stinkin’ pictures…

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Last pregnant picture outside the hospital.


1 month post baby.



I can finally tell my face is starting to thin out a little.


4.5 months post baby




And if that doesn’t work I just look at this little man and remind myself it was all sooooo worth it!!






It’s alway’s more exciting to get dressed for the day when you feel good.

***Another big accomplishment***

My wedding ring finally fits!!!!!!!!!! I don’t love how tight it is and with the heat my hands tend to swell but it actually fits!

I refuse to “avoid” the camera because (although I don’t love how I look now) I don’t want to miss out on making memories. Plus, it really is great way to track progress.

All of this to say

“I’m backkkkkkk” & couldn’t be happier!

It’s True.

30 Days

People say “It takes 30 days to form a habit.”

I have learned this first hand in the last month. Last Thursday marked one month since I started this weight loss journey and I can honestly say this new lifestyle has become a habit. That does not mean it is easy or that I don’t still make mistakes but somethings have truly just become habit,

Eating breakfast…habit.

Making exercising a priority…habit.

Only drinking water…habit.

This doesn’t mean that I do not still have moments where I would love some freaking SWEET TEA!

or would rather do anything BUT workout.

But most of the time it feels almost like second nature. For example:

When I don’t exercise I feel…off all day long.

I automatically choose water without really thinking about it.

I have talked to so many people, since sharing my first post about weight loss on February 7th, that have said “I try and then quit” or “I just can’t give up _________.”

I get it.

I truly do but I also know what it is to stay committed and officially be down….drum roll please

**********ELEVEN & A HALF POUNDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Double digits baby***********

I haven’t done everything right and I still make mistakes BUT overall in the last month my thinking has changed more than anything.

The saying “eat to live not live to eat” comes to mind. I had to step back and really do some evaluating…losing weight is not just about what you put in your mouth but what you put in your HEAD.

In this evaluation I realized TWO things:

1. I can get WAY to excited about FOOD. I know some of you know this feeling. Food can be something I get excited about, dream of, almost live for. The count down until the cheat day. The anger that can arise when I have to sit and watch someone else eat mash potatoes while I pretend my asparagus are french fries….put enough sea salt on them and you can almost taste it…almost.

2. I often eat when I’m bored. I can think “I’m hungry” and almost every time I realize I’m just bored. My mother used to always say “boredom is a state of mind.” <<< TRUE STORY! Snacking can happen just because I want something to do.

So I evaluated & learned somethings about myself…now what?

Here’s how I’m working to fix it…

1. Find other things that are exciting and focus on those things.

~Working out can be exciting. I am competitive and love to see my progress week after week.
SIDENOTE: I ran my first mile last week…without stopping that is. The whole time I kept thinking “I will do this.” “I might die…but I’ll do this…and then I’ll blog about doing it” 😉
~Blogging, reading blogs, and learning more about health and fitness is exciting to me.

~Looking up healthy/dairy free (yes still going strong & even though it is hard some most days…it is really helping the little guy) recipes and making things that are nutritional for my family is exciting.

~Enjoying the process of getting ready for the day (not there yet…but the thought is exciting…I know from past experience 🙂 ).

But the most exciting thing is seeing progress!

2. When I think I’m hungry first I drink a full glass of water- a lot of times hunger is really just dehydration, then I try to do something else for 30 minutes. If I’m still hungry I will eat a healthy snack. Having healthy snacks handy is very important! If you are truly hungry and there isn’t anything healthy available the next thing you know a whole box of Nutter Butters is taken out…I don’t recommend having those in your house to begin with but that’s a-whole-nother blog.

It is so important to step back & really look at the areas you need to work on or personally struggle with. These are two things I noticed in the last month that influence how I view food.

I think this is worth repeating….

Losing weight is not just about what you put in your mouth but what you put in your HEAD.

That comes from a real girl who is trying to get rid of the “big status” 😉 & it’s something I am reminded of daily.

This last month has been an eye opening, life changing journey and I thank you so much for being apart of it because you are truly a HUGE source of motivation and I LOVE all the comments, FB messages, and text messages that I now get about other people’s journey.

SUPER EXCITING NEWS! My blog was featured over at Stage of Life- Health & Wellness Resources! Big thanks to Joyous Darling for letting me know 🙂

I have been asked several times this last month what I would “start with.” Getting healthy can be overwhelming and seem impossible…this is where baby steps come in to play. Start by setting short term goals.

The first thing I would reccommend (just a fellow big girl trying to get healthy!) is to only drink waterand drink A LOT of it. For the first two-three weeks of this journey I was literally carrying around a gallon of water. I knew that I wouldn’t take the time to refill bottles so this was my way of eliminating an excuse…and it became a little personal competition! I honestly think I’m going to go back to that because although I only drink water, I don’t drink enough. Obviously juicing veggies and a little fruit is totally different. I’m talking about sweet tea (LOVE IT), soda, apple juice etc. I know cutting out caffine may take time but start the process of getting off that stuff & quick. It’s crazy when you use things like the myfitnesspal app & see the amount of calories, carbs, SUGAR, fat etc. that is in some of the things we drink.

The second thing I would recommend is to move. If you get home from a long day and feel exhausted…go walk for 30 minutes. If the baby is fussy and a nap just isn’t happening…stick them in the stroller, play some music and walk. I know it sounds silly but it will make a huge difference & will actually give you energy. Every time you sit in front of the TV ask yourself if it is worth the time spent and if you could be doing something to better yourself & your health during that time.

So for my readers that need a starting point…there you go! We’ve still got time left in March…wouldn’t you love to get to the middle of April and see what a difference 30 days can make. Again, I’m no expert and I’m no where near where I will end up but these are things I have found very helpful!

I know this post was more focused on eating/nutrtion/thinking but I promise to give more details about my workouts next time. I’m officially on week 5 of Couch to 5k and LOVE seeing the progress! I promise the days of peeling yourself off the couch 😉 really do pay off!! Don’t quit!! Remember…”It takes 30 days to form a habit!”


Here’s to not only remembering what this feels like but focusing on the fact the this…getting healthy…can be done.

I will get back to this pre-wedding/pre-baby/pre-excuses self…not just get back there but get better.

It’s not about perfect….it’s about effort.

It’s True.