Weekly Motivation


Just Keep Moving.



Reality Check:Where did She Go?

Two years ago I prayed for strength to reach my weight loss goals and become  a healthier me. I prayed that I would not be deterred and no mater the circumstance I would keep going…I would encourage myself. In 2015 I was successful in staying focused on my end goal. I was making the right choices for me. I had no problem saying no thank you to alcohol or food I knew would set me back. I was solid in my commitment and my results were proof of my resolve. I lost a little over 30 pounds and felt great. But 2016 came and that dedicated and determined girl  turned  complacent and inconsistent.

2016 had its peaks and downfalls. I gained and I lost. I had a few injuries.There were points that I was in the best shape of my life and in the same breath reverted back to my old habits. Here is the thing I know I am hard on myself, who isn’t?!?!  But I tried to remain positive even when I didn’t feel positive. Even looking at my past blog posts they were all posts to encourage me, to combat all those self-deprecating thoughts I had throughout the year. But if I am honest they weren’t really working. Not that I have ever given up completely, but I have been struggling. I have been struggling to find and resurrect the girl from 2015 that wouldn’t let anyone and anything stop her. The scary thing is I don’t even know when she left. I think it was gradual so much so that I didn’t notice until it was too late.

So now at the beginning of 2017 I am starting anew. Not from scratch because I never really quit. I just need to refocus and gain back my resolve. My why is still to prove to myself that I can do it and reach my goals.Life is funny sometimes with the experiences you go through and the lessons you learn. 2016 was a year of self-doubt and lessons learned . 2017 will be year of self affirmations, progressions and action taken.

P.S. Thank you all for being on this journey with me 🙂


Their Stories

Sometimes you feel discouraged and sometimes you feel like giving up. I use other people’s stories and success as motivation, as something to keep me going. Cheers to the greatest.

You never know how your story, your life, your journey  will impact others.