Thursday, March 31, 2016

Avocado Egg Salad Sandwich

A couple of weeks ago, one of the ladies in my Fit Pregnancy groups mentioned she had egg salad for lunch. Ever since I have been craving a yummy egg salad. For pregnancy reason I need it to be fresh because it contains mayo. And bad mayo and pregnancy. NO BUENO! Check out this awesome egg salad without mayo. Using an avocado as the "glue" that holds the sandwich together instead of the mayo. Plus you are getting a healthy fat so, WIN WIN!


Avocado Egg Salad Sandwich
Yield: 4 servings
Ingredients:
8 large hard-boiled eggs, coarsely chopped
1 ripe medium avocado, slightly mashed
2 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice
½ tsp. sea salt (or Himalayan salt)
4 slices low-sodium sprouted whole-grain bread, toasted
1 cup watercress (need your greesn!)
Pepper and paprika to taste

Preparation:
1. Combine eggs, avocado, lemon juice, and salt in a medium bowl; mix well.2. Spread ¼ of egg mixture onto each slice of toast.
3. Top evenly with watercress.
4. Sprinkle Fresh cracked pepper and paprika to taste on top.
5. Enjoy!

Serve with a side of fruit, and some carrots and sliced bell peppers.

How to boil the perfect eggs:

Ingredients:
8 eggs
Large saucepan
Water

Directions:
Place 8 eggs in the large saucepan.
Cover eggs with water, about 2 inches above.
Bring to a boil.
Once at a boil, cover and turn off heat. 
Set timer for 10-12 minutes. 
Drain hot water and cover with very cold water right away. (I use water and throw in some ice to stop the cooking process).
Let sit until the eggs chill enough to handle. 
Peel and they will be perfectly done, every time! 

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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Bump Update: 15 Weeks


This past week was amazing. I have passed the point of being scared and have started to really embrace this pregnancy. I am so happy! Besides the constant coughing I am doing if I talk too long (not good when you are a teacher) and the fact that it wakes me up in the middle of the night when I have a coughing attack. My morning sickness is gone and yesterday was the first day where I didn't feel like I had to take a nap to be able to survive the day. I had energy through the whole busy day. It was amazing! 


Yesterday I spent 3 hours looking for a black dress to wear in a photoshoot I have in my upcoming trip to Miami, thanks to Beachbody and me helping people everyday. I found an amazing dress, that was not maternity. It was a size 14. I tried it on because I just wanted to see what it was like. And it went on like a GLOVE! A 14! That is a size smaller than what I was wearing before I got pregnant. And to make sure that I wasn't losing my mind I went and got another size 14 dress by another brand (Jessica Simpson) and tried that on too, and it FIT! I was shocked. I did end up getting the first dress in a 16 though, for modesty reason I needed an extra inch on the bottom and the bigger size gave that to me but the fact that I fit in a 14 was amazing. Before that I was trying on dresses at Motherhood and I was fitting all the Large sizes and the XL was too big. CRAZY! I feel like I have a shrinking belly because I know it isn't as bloated as it was a few weeks ago but to be able to fit in a smaller size clothing was just astounding! Check out the pictures in the dressing room. Look at dem curves!!! VA-Va-VOOM! 

Total Weight Gain: 4.5 pounds

Symptoms: Morning sickness is gone! ENERGY is BACK! YAY! 
Baby’s Size: Orange
Maternity Clothes: Yes, bottoms need to wear maternity or stretchy pants. Tops still good to go on regular shirts! I did buy a non maternity dress that was even a size smaller than what I was wearing prior to getting pregnant! Super excited about that!
Stretch Marks: I already have a ton that I got when I gained weight years ago. So nothing new.
Gender: ??? It was too hard to tell. Hoping at my next ultrasound we will be able to see! 
Sleep: I am only waking up once a night to go to the bathroom. I have had a nasty cough for the past 2 weeks and I wake up once or twice a night hacking my lungs out. 
Miss Anything: Sleeping comfortably flat on my belly! Sleeping through the night.
Cravings: Veggies, and last night Hawaiian Haystacks
Aversions: nothing yet
Excited About: Feeling the baby move a ton! My upcoming trip to Miami next week with Beachbody.
Workouts: Graduated to the 2nd trimester workouts with Fit for Two and the Active Maternity! Kicking my butt but loving it! I'm getting out of breath so easily and my cough does not help at all.

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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Hawaiian Haystacks

I was craving Hawaiian Haystacks like nobody's business. It hit me like a semi-truck and man, I HAD TO HAVE THEM! So I checked my pantry and used what I had! And I made my own homemade cream of chicken soup using homemade chicken stock. I knew EVERY SINGLE INGREDIENT that went into my meal. Now that is what I call CLEAN EATING!

I love this recipe by Six Sisters Stuff, but I modified my version so it is just a little different than theirs. You can't go wrong with these. Just use whatever you want. I went heavy on the veggies though. I used a whole bell pepper just for me, throw on some mushrooms that I still had. YUM!

Hawaiian Haystacks:
Ingredients:
4-6 cups rice, cooked
2-3 chicken breasts, cooked and diced, well seasoned with pepper and a little salt
1 can cream of chicken soup (see below for homemade recipe instead of canned)
1/4 cup milk
Toppings- Whatever you have in your fridge or pantry! 
Tomatoes
Olives
Chow Mein Noodles (omit for gluten free and use Halved Cashews for the crunch)
Cheese (omit for lactose free)
Green Peppers
Halved Cashews
Pineapple

Directions:
Mix cream of chicken soup and milk in a sauce pan until smooth. Add diced chicken and simmer for 5 minutes. Serve hot over rice, and top with your favorite toppings!

I didn't have any cream of chicken soup so I made my own by scratch! It was so easy. I went scouring on the internet and decided to do do the most basic and easiest one and it was super easy! 
Homemade Cream of Chicken Soup
Ingredients: 
2½ cups chicken broth (I used homemade chicken stock) 
1½ cups milk
¾ cup flour
1 tablespoon seasoning mix (or on your own, ½ tsp. onion powder, ½ tsp. garlic powder, ½ tsp. black pepper, 1 tsp. salt, ½ tsp. parsley, etc)

Directions:
  1. Combine the chicken broth and ½ cup of the milk in a large saucepan. Bring to a low boil.
  2. In a small bowl, whisk the flour and seasonings into the remaining 1 cup milk until a smooth, thick mixture forms.
  3. Pour the flour and milk mixture into the saucepan with the broth mixture over low heat and stir continuously, whisking as the mixture simmers. Continue to simmer and stir/whisk until the mixture is smooth and thick, 5-10 minutes. The mixture will thicken a bit as it cools. 

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Failure Leads to Success

Failure. Such a scary word right?!? How many times have we "failed" at something. Failure is just another way to get you to try something different to reach the results you want. Like a little stumble in the road. You don't sit down and not get up, eventually you get up and keep going. No matter what.

So many times I have gone from being overweight, to losing weight, to over weight, to losing weight. A lot of people probably think I am a failure. But you know what. I'm not. I have done a lot of process and error. Learned what works and what doesn't. And this past year, I finally found something that WORKS! Easy 30 minute workouts, and eating whole foods and really eating the foods that my body needs not just the things that I want to eat.

Looking at all these pictures makes me a little sad knowing for years I felt stuck and out of control. I had to either starve myself and do excessive exercise (2 hours a day at the gym on the elliptical) or just give into my cravings and gain weight. 

Thanks to listening to one of my close friends who suggested that I try a new workout routine and my daily shake I have finally found the "goldilocks" middle ground to eating as healthy as I can and still having a little indulgence every now and then and it feels AMAZING! Are you feeling stuck? Please msg me. Let's talk.
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Monday, March 28, 2016

Overindulge On Easter Candy?

Did you eat some candy yesterday? More than you thought, wanted or intended on eating? Don't worry. It is ok and it will not derail you and your journey. It is totally ok to have an indulgence every now and then. Like holidays. Those are perfect times. But it will take some time and strong willpower to cut back after the fact! Once that sugar hits your system, you are going to want more and more of it. 

Today and tomorrow, add in some extra water to help you flush out the candy. You can add a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar or lemon wedges in it to help balance out your PH. 

Make sure to eat as clean as possible. Stick to the foods that you know work. Chicken, rice, oatmeal and lots and lots of veggies! The more you stick with healthy eating the less you will crave sugary treats! 

Also you might start to crave candy over the next week or so just know. But you are better than that. You are stronger than your cravings you can resist those temptations, it is going to be hard, but you can do it! Sugar in moderation is GREAT but everyday, not so much!

The number one thing to do is to BELIEVE IN YOURSELF! My #1 tip is not an exercise or nutrition tip. It's simply to believe in yourself and your ability to overcome whatever physical, mental, and emotional challenges you face. If you believe in yourself first, the rest will follow.

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Saturday, March 26, 2016

Everyday Superfoods


Happy Easter Weekend! Most Easter desserts involve sugary treats, and I'm not going to lie, I made cupcakes, but they just don't taste right too me. Too much sugar, too artificial with the candy on it. So today I want to talk to you guys about Superfoods! This is a special category of foods found in nature. They are low in calories and packed with amazing nutrients we cannot make ourselves.They are also superior sources of anti-oxidants!

Awesome superfoods you can eat everyday! 
Kale, Spinach
Berries
Eggs
Beans
Sweet Potatoes
Broccoli
Yogurt
Apples
Raw Almonds
Avocados
Coconut Oil
Organic Grass-Fed Butter

Below is a YUMMY slow cooker apple cinnamon dessert recipe 
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Apples are a powerful superfood and are a source of antioxidants, including polyphenols, flavonoids, and vitamin C. They are also full of fiber, potassium and low in calorie.

Here's something you might not know: It is important to eat the skin of an apple to obtain the full health benefits. The secret behind this SuperFood’s antioxidant capacity lies in its skin! The apple skin alone provides two to six times the antioxidant activity of the apple flesh alone. So don't peel your apple for the recipe!
Super Simple Cinnamon Apple Dessert:

Ingredients:

-1lb of Red Apples
-1 Teaspoon Cinnamon
-1 Teaspoon of Nutmeg
-1 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract
-1 Cup of Water

Directions:

1. Peel and core the apples
2. Place in the crockpot with the spices, extract, and water
3. Cook on high for about 2-3 hours or low for 4-5 hours.
4. Enjoy

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Thursday, March 24, 2016

Then vs Now

The picture on the left is me in 2008 before I decided I had enough and was ready to start to "get healthy" and change my life around. I hate this picture. I love the memory of it and going on a fabulous cruise with my husband and family but I DESPISE the picture. It was shortly after this picture I went to see the doc and they clocked my weight in at 240. That was THE heaviest I had ever been. I was embarrassed. I was mortified. I hurt. I didn't fit my clothing. I was in denial about the size jeans I had to wear and would squeeze into an 18 so that I wouldn't go into the size 20+ range. And at times, I thought I looked pretty dang good. But I had a lot of unhealthy habits. 

So the picture on the right is me in November. Just 3 pounds under the one on the left. But notice the difference there is between just out of shape, not caring to exercise every single day to be healthy and fit. I am a plus sized woman. And I will be for a while, (since I am now pregnant) But I will take the right sided Becky any day over the left side. 

What made the difference between the two pictures? Finally learning to take care of myself, and it did not happen over night. I started with getting my butt in the gym, working with a personal trainer, who I still am so thankful for, teaching me everything he did. I changed products I used to more organic products. I finally learned, after a lot of trial and error and working with professionals, what foods I needed to be putting in my body. And then I found the support system that has been amazing. I have learned to combine everything I know, to go into my current way of eating, exercising, and loving myself. I have a support network I talk to every single day cheering me on just as I am cheering them on. I am filling my body with great whole foods and vitamins and nutrients on a daily basis. I am trying to exercise daily. (getting back into it!) I might not be a size 2 but I am a plus sized health and fitness motivator, supporter and educator! AND I LOVE IT! Best thing I have ever done.

Plus size does not mean you can't exercise, modifications might be needed and that is ok, you are still burning calories and working. Plus size does not mean you can't change. Because you can. It just starts with 1 choice, to START! Are you ready? 

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Bump Update: 14 Weeks

 (top by For Two Fitness!) 
This past week I have suffered from a cold/allergies or who knows. But I have had a nasty cough. Every time I cough I feel my round ligaments pull like crazy! OUCH! When I was pregnant with Collin I pulled my right round ligament during yoga. It is the first major pain I have had during this pregnancy and the coughing but the other side is starting to get strained too. So, trying to anchor my belly more and support it by just keeping my abs engaged more often during the day. I have been feeling pretty good until about 2pm, and then I just want to pass out for an hour or so. (Most days I do!) I am so glad that the morning sickness is gone! YAY! And I am feeling the baby move a lot more this week! 


Total Weight Gain: 4 pounds

Symptoms: Morning sickness is gone! I am getting some energy back but I am still exhausted by mid day and need to rest. 
Baby’s Size: Lemon
Maternity Clothes: Yes, bottoms need to wear maternity or stretchy pants. Tops still good to go on regular shirts! 
Stretch Marks: I already have a ton that I got when I gained weight years ago. So nothing new.
Gender: ??? It was too hard to tell. Hoping at my next ultrasound we will be able to see! 
Sleep: I am only waking up once a night to go to the bathroom. I am having crazy vivid dreams. So I feel like I am watching a dream movie all night long instead of sleeping. 
Miss Anything: Sleeping comfortably flat on my belly! 
Cravings: not really craving anything right now.
Aversions: nothing yet
Excited About: Feeling the baby move a ton! Getting my hair cut and colored today, new for me! And finding out gender in 4 weeks! My Training For Two Top by For Two Fitness! Love wearing maternity workout clothing! 
Workouts: Graduated to the 2nd trimester workouts with Fit for Two and the Active Maternity! Kicking my butt but loving it! 

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Meal Prep Tips

MEAL PREPPING! It is all the rage now! Seriously! Take just some time 1 day a week to plan and pre-cook some of your food to save you time during the week. It helps you stay on track with your goals too because when you have a plan you are more likely to stick to it! When you fail to plan you plan to fail! 

Here are some helpful tips to help you with your meal prep! 






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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Miscarriage: One Year Later


Well, I have made it one year since my placental abruption miscarriage. It has been such a emotional year. I had 6 months of weekly counseling to help me learn to cope with the miscarriage and everything I went through. Not to forget but to learn to cope. I still get flashes of what happened. I still have PTSD it is something that will be with me for the rest of my life. I just have learned to live with it now and not let the down moments or bad days affect me like they used to.

Also with this pregnancy, which has the exact same timeline and due date as last year's, I feel like I have been holding my breath up until this point. Today, this morning I finally felt like I could just take a deep breath and breath! (while hacking up a lung, stupid cold!) But I finally feel more at peace and comfortable with this pregnancy. I am putting my whole faith that we got pregnant again for a reason, and for it to be the same due date for a reason. It isn't easy but it will be worth it!

A few of things I have learned to help you cope:

~Reflection is a good thing. I still get flashbacks but dwelling on the sadness is never a good thing. Think about it. Process it. But then just realize it is done.

~Don't be afraid to move on. It is not bad to move forward. It is a good thing. Your experience will be part of you for life. Accept it.

~Get help. Find a counselor or therapist that you can talk to, to help you work through your thoughts, feelings and emotions.

~Share your story. With your spouse, family member or someone you are close to. Use them as your confidant when you need to talk. It's ok and a great thing to talk to someone who will be there to listen when you need them and you don't have access to your counselor.

Are you going through a miscarriage or have you? If you need help with learning to cope or just want someone to relate to you can read my story here:

Our Loss

Blessing in Disguise 

Make or Break You: Emotions of a Miscarriage

Building Red Blood Cells

You are so strong. As hard as a miscarriage is, you will learn to cope with it. Go on living your life. You will always think about the "what if" but over time each day will get easier!

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Thursday, March 17, 2016

Bump Update: 13 Weeks

13 weeks and feeling better sick wise, but not energy wise. I am still so exhausted all the time. I still am taking a nap in the afternoon when I can, which it is such a blessing that I can. My belly is finally popping out and not just bloated so that is nice. Yesterday we had our 13 week NT scan ultrasound. Everything looked great!  Heart rate was good, baby size was good and just everything look great! I am going back at 18 weeks for another ultrasound due to my miscarriage history, just to keep a close eye on things. And then for my mid-pregnancy 22 week ultrasound. Hoping we will have gender at the next ultrasound! 
Baby at 13 weeks, look at those lips! 


Total Weight Gain: 4 pounds

Symptoms: Morning sickness is almost all gone. I still have 0 energy. Exhausted all the time! Still can't eat large amounts at one time.
Baby’s Size: Lime/Peach
Maternity Clothes: Yes, I just got my new maternity shorts in, YAY! Wore them for the first time today. I am already getting hot and it is only 70 degrees out! 
Stretch Marks: I already have a ton that I got when I gained weight years ago. So nothing new.
Gender: ??? It was too hard to tell. Hoping at my next ultrasound we will be able to see! 
Sleep: I am only waking up once a night to go to the bathroom. I am having crazy vivid dreams. So I feel like I am watching a dream movie all night long instead of sleeping. So that is hard. 
Miss Anything: Sleeping comfortably flat on my belly! 
Cravings: not really craving anything right now.
Aversions: nothing yet
Workouts: Been doing the Active Maternity by Autumn Calabrese on Beachbody on Demand. Also have been doing the Diary of a Fit Mommy: Fit For Two 1st trimester workouts. Next week I graduate to the 2nd trimester! Going to be adding in some 21 Day Fix workouts too. So rotating between the 3! 
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Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Wanna Lose Weight? Believe In You!


That is the number one first step to real change! TO BELIEVE IN YOURSELF! That is all you have to do. Believe that you can make changes and you will.

To be honest. I talk to so many people who don't think that they can do this. That they can commit to a program, commit to themselves because they have failed in the past to reach their goals. But those "fails" are just stumbles that have made them even stronger so that the next time something comes before them, they have more strength and faith to do what they want to do. To achieve their goals. All it takes is a little personal belief. Anyone can do this. You just have to want it bad enough. And you have to believe that you truly can make a change!


You are here. Do you still believe that you can achieve your goals? Or have you struggled with your own personal belief? You know I believe in you, right! You can do this. Start today, plan for the week! Schedule in your exercise for the week. Commit to yourself that you are going to do this! AND DO IT!

Comment below with your exercise schedule for the week. Take a picture of your calendar, or just jot it down below! Commit to yourself!

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Friday, March 11, 2016

Brain vs Body


Did you know that your mind will give up on you long before your body will? We tend to over think things, and when something is a little difficult our mind will tell us that, "Hey, you tried, great job, it's time to stop." But I guarantee you your body has at least 2 more reps in it.

So...next time you are doing your workout (later today) do 5 more reps on every move. You are going to work your body more but think about the feeling at the end knowing how much butt you kicked. Literally your own butt! You have to push yourself to make changes. If you want to be better then you have to do better than you were yesterday! Turn off your brain and just listen to your body! Don't think, "I CAN'T" Because you can do anything!

What do you think? Are you going to give this a try today? Let me know how you did!

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Thursday, March 10, 2016

runDisney Wine and Dine Half Marathon Changes Announced


I got a fun and exciting email today from runDisney that they have made some changes to the 2016 Wine and Dine Half Marathon weekend. It is truly a weekend as they have added in a challenge aspect, and the half marathon will no longer be a night race, but on Sunday morning!

Check out the details below!

Addition of a 10K: It was only a matter of time before runDisney added a challenge and it is FINALLY HAPPENING! The 10k will be run on Saturday morning.
Addition of a challenge: Following along historically, runDisney has also added a challenge for those that complete the 10k as well as the half marathon. You can now earn a challenge medal for 2016. The name of the challenge will be “Lumiere’s Two Course Challenge.”  LOVE IT!
Time change of the half marathon: If you have been following the construction updates this is really no surprise. There is a ton of construction going on in Disney's Hollywood Studios and can't really run a race through that. The half marathon will NOT be run at night like it was in previous years (no more Osbourne lights show), but instead will be held on Sunday morning. 
Time change for the after party: Because the half marathon is being run on Sunday morning, the after party will not be held until Sunday night (8:00 pm-1:00 am). This might be a good thing so people aren't hobbling around EPCOT all sweaty in the freezing cold, while half asleep. This way, everyone will be able to go back to their hotel, shower, nap, and then come back later to party refreshed and ready for some fun.
Course Change: Again, due to the construction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, the course has been altered to avoid the park all together.
PRICES: 
Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon
$190
Lumiere’s Two Course Challenge
$330
Disney Wine & Dine 10K
$120
Mickey’s Holiday 5K
$70
runDisney Kids’ Races presented by GoGo squeeZ® Applesauce on the Go
$20
runDisney 1-Mile Run
$30
Post Race Party Tickets
$79
So are you planning on running this year? Are you excited about the changes? The new challenge medal? Comment below!

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All Shapes and Sizes of Fitness Motivators


A few days ago I saw a video, the content doesn't need to be discussed but there was one thing that was said that really struck a nerve with me. It was said, "Why would you ever want to follow someone who is overweight, or listen to them as a motivator, or find them inspirational as a "fit person."

For someone that is overweight, and is trying and succeeding in losing weight (up until I got pregnant mind you,) I ask myself that same questions ALL THE TIME! Why on earth would you even find inspiration in me? Shouldn't I be "fit" before I try giving my 2 cents? People must think I am not trying hard enough and that if I just tried harder I would be "thinner". I run these questions all the time in my head. It is so hard not to listen to these voices but here is how I have answered these questions.

First of all. We all start somewhere. Right? Even if someone just wants to lose 5 pounds vs 100 pounds we all have a starting point. It is a journey. It takes time. And chronicling that journey is actually really awesome to see the changes. The obstacles that have been overcome. The ups and downs. The amount that someone learns from starting their journey to getting to their "finish line."

Secondly, I know I am never, ever going to be a size two. It is NEVER going to happen. 6th grade, I weighed 125 pounds. and I was not fat. Even in high school, when I thought I was a fat cow I was not fat. I was a healthy 165-170 pounds. It wasn't until I stopped eating and exercised a ton that I lost weight and got down to 145. But it was too thin for my body type and unsustainable once I started eating again. And I am ok with that.

I believe in being fit and healthy over being skinny. And darn it, I will be rocking a healthy weight whatever weight I am because that is what I do. Even at my current 240 pounds I am still eating right, (with a little indulgence every now and then) and exercising when I can (It will be more as my morning sickness wears off!) My blood pressure is amazing for an "overweight person". My doctor knows that I am am taking care of myself and is so proud of me for not giving up despite everything I have been through. And as far as being pregnant, it is possible to lose weight while pregnant, but right now, I am listening to my body. And taking care of it. My goal is to be as healthy as possible and hopefully that means, only gaining the weight my body needs not excess weight.

Third, there is someone out there, many someones out there that are struggling just as much as I am. And me showing them that I got through the sugar addiction, the plateaus, the yo-yo dieting, the overall crap of trying to lose weight. If that gives one person the faith that they can actually do it too, then I have done my job! Seriously, because we all start from somewhere. We all have to become humbled and literally changed by what we are going through to make changes in our body.

There are health and fitness motivators in all shapes and sizes out there. Don't judge them just because some of them aren't at what society considers a typical healthy body type. That is the great thing about the internet. You find something you like, you can come back, find something you don't and you don't. (I hope you like it here though and you keep on coming back for more!)
255 pounds on the left and 237 on the right! I am a plus sized health and fitness motivator, supporter and educator! 

If you have been thinking, "Can I really help motivate someone?" YES, YES YOU CAN! Want more info on how to get started on your journey, or helping others on their journey? SEND ME AN EMAIL! I want to talk to you, because I am here to tell you that it is the most rewarding thing I have ever done. Educating, supporting and motivating. You don't have to be at your goal weight. You don't have to have it all together. You DO have to want to help people and if you have that desire, I WANT TO WORK WITH YOU! EMAIL ME NOW! DON'T WAIT, just do it now!

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