Yes, there were several lessons learned and observations made (hindsight is 20-20 – isn’t that always the case), but I want to focus on one particular life changing aspect of the relationship that I will carry with me forever: the importance of eating better and working out.
Because I’m slim, I don’t broadcast information about my body since others tend to think “skinny people” don’t have a complex about their weight.
Currently, I fluctuate throughout the 140-pound-land and my 4s and 6s in the closet all fit just fine!
A dish I recently made with half a box of pasta…besides a sprinkle of basil, these were the only ingredients I used. Eating healthier than in the past allows me to stay in the cute summer outfits I love so much!
During the school year (I’m a teacher), I eat the best lunch a school cafeteria can make. Scarfing down your food quickly, then rushing toward a second plate doesn’t allow your body to begin the digestion process of the first serving; plus it doubles your caloric intake unnecessarily.
Feel free to share with me your lifestyle routine! Let’s keep one another motivated and encouraged to be healthier!
To enroll in the BlueCross Weight Management Program, (toll-free outside the Columbia area) personalized weight–loss plan.
I know the actual number doesn’t mean much but the fact my size 6 pants were tight didn’t sit well with me. Please write that on a sticky note and read it everyday you get low about your weight. If you’re not eating at least semi-healthy foods each day then you can’t expect to see results.
If anything, my body continued to get toned because I continued my lifestyle routine! And you can see, I made sure to snap a pic of the food or at restaurants in each city…so eating is a big deal! I think most people assume the less you eat the less you will gain, but you’re actually doing the opposite.
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