Back in March I saw this post on Facebook (which I can’t find now of course) that stated it takes 25 days to beat a sugar addiction. Well, I’m never one to shy away from a challenge, so on March 10th, I began my sugar free journey.
Why do athletic clothing designers think that the only 2 colors plus sized women wear are black or grey? YAWN!!!
Just because I’m thick doesn’t mean I’m boring. I am always on the lookout for colorful, durable workout wear and since I’ve increased my activity, I’ve also had to increase my fitness wardrobe.
Anyone who watches NBC’s This Is Us, will know exactly what I’m talking about when I mention going to POUND®. I’ve gone twice now to this latest workout craze and I can definitely understand the obsession.
And here’s why. By the end of February, the resolution has been forgotten and you’ve just finished the 3rd box of chocolates that you bought half price for yourself on February 15th. (That post comes later).
The definition of resolution is the firm decision to do or not to do something. The definition of a goal is the desired result of a person’s effort or aim.
How many of you have ever said “I’m too tired, too bored, too injured”, to get healthy?
That’s so weird. Me too!
Let me preface by saying I have ZERO medical or health and wellness training. I am simply writing about my experiences and my excuses and what has worked for me to get off my couch and put down the Red Vines.
“Clear your mind. Take a deep breath.” As someone with asthma and ADHD, that is terrible advice. In all the yoga classes I had tried, I was bored, easily distracted and grossed out by the musty smell of other people sweating profusely within arms length of me.