1) Move and get fit
2) satisfy my need for change - which I hadn't fully realized until I started this
3) and a whole #healthyisthenewskinny mind frame
I want to be positive and confident in myself, but realistic of course. I have a lot of baby-weight that I've never lost, even from my oldest who is now seven. But realism goes both ways. I have to stop battling genetics and a little bit of reality. I have no desire to be ripped or obsessed with being thin and wanting a six-pack. I don't want to spend hours every day obsessing and working out. Even at my smallest, dancing every practically every day, no soda drinking best self I wasn't a stick. It's just not the genetic body-type I was dealt. I don't want to pass on those insecurities to my daughter. She doesn't need to think about that stuff, and I don't want her to. I'm not really sure when that when that set in because my parents never made me feel insecure, and my mom was never obsessed with her body. Whatever the reasons, that doesn't need to be passed on to my daughter.
**A Quick PSA - this is in no way judgement on these models and whether or not they are healthy or unhealthy, or anyone that is super skinny or a size 0! This is about me**
What I don't need to stare at
What I do need to look at
lindsay Miller and Crystal Renn
Catch me this Friday for my Fitness Friday recap on all my really cool workouts that I've been doing, and how I feel after two weeks!