The best thing about working out from home is that I can wear whatever I want and I don’t have to match. I don’t need cute workout clothes, just give me a t-shirt and some soffe shorts and I’m good!
I went back and forth on posting this picture because I still focus right on my problem areas! But, I’m an open book on this journey and I’m working hard on my mindset! 💪🏻
I wanted to give you guys a little update; I have been struggling so hard with my eating disorder. These winter months are ALWAYS very trying for me. I always seem to fall into bad eating habits, and being laid off work means I have nothing at all to do during the day so I fall into this depression/anxiety phase where I spend my days in bed just truly sleeping my life away. And I KNOW it’s not healthy, and I know all the things I should be doing but yet here we are and once again my anxiety has persuaded my common sense into believing that I cannot survive without pizza, ice cream and being lazy. I totally stopped all purging aspects of my bulimia, but what hasn’t gone away is the binge eating. And I’m sick of hiding it and not showing this side of things because guess what, that is the reality of my eating disorder. And it’s the reality of soooo many others that are in recovery. So yes I gained some weight, but I can lose the weight back, I am determined in doing that. But what is most important to me is realizing that setbacks do not mean I’ve failed. They don’t mean that my progress has totally been erased, they don’t mean that I have to give up and walk away. What they do mean is that I am human, and I will beat this again. But I don’t ever want anyone to think that my recovery has been easy, because lord knows it’s been a huge process. However I choose to stay positive and work on myself even when I have rough days, and this to me is what’s most important. But I have chosen to share my journey with you guys and sometimes that means showing and speaking on things that are hard for me. But like I’ve always said if it helps one person that’s truly all that matters to me. I am okay, and I am working on getting back on track, but I just want you guys to know that this hasn’t been easy for me! Losing all this weight didn’t happen overnight and it came with a ton of raw emotions and setbacks. But most importantly I want to remind you guys that you are not defined by your failures. Having a setback is not you failing, you don’t need to walk away and quit just because you fell off the wagon. The strongest people are the ones that accept they fell off and fix it
A healthy dinner makes me a happy camper! ⛺️
Healthy Tuna Melts
- 1 whole wheat sandwich thin
- 1 can of tuna
- 1 tablespoon of avocado oil mayo
- 1 tablespoon of relish
- chopped onions
- 2 tomato slices
- Optional: one slice of cheese, half piece on each side
- So simple and so delicious!
FriYAY dinner out with the fam! The best thing about @weightwatchers is going out to restaurants and not having to worry if they have something i’m “allowed” to eat nothing is off limits. At @sonnysbbq i had some smoked turkey (3) baked beans (5) and green beans (2) soooo good!!!
Check out my rockstar challengers!! ❤️ Do you recognize a face on here?
If so, cheer them on because this month they are completely transforming their mindset, their fitness level, learning how to meal plan, portion control and make some incredible friends!! Seriously this is the answer to almost every failure to lose weight and to get healthy (yes, even through the holidays) Thanksgiving here we come! 🦃
Yesssss.... these ladies are rocking it!! 👏