i didnt totally LEARN to exercise per say, i just thought of ones i wanted to try and learned to like them. running for instance. i sucked at it. couldnt run 25 feet. but after a few times FORCING myself to do it, it became fun. and i started to miss it when i didnt do it. i also found exercises in things i enjoyed. like dancing. put on some tunes and danced to it. and then i started to do zumba on the xbox. and loved that too. its learning to find something that goes with movement you like.
Cool, thank you! That’s definitely a good idea to look for things you enjoy and kind of make it into exercise. Also it’s helpful to find ways of exercising like dancing that doesn’t have to be done in a gym!
I used to exercise consistently but I never liked it, I just made myself do it. Then during my recovery process I stopped altogether and have never been able to pick it up again because through my recovery I learned to listen to my feelings/desires
I know I need to start exercising but have a hard time wrapping my head around making myself do something I don’t enjoy
It really depends on the individual person’s definition of “healthy”. You could ask two different people the same question and one would tell you it’s healthy and the other would tell you it’s super unhealthy!
In my opinion, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are a good option for a meal! Peanut butter gives you protein, potassium, fiber, and more, so I always include peanut butter in one of my snacks/meals every day.
Preserves or jellies made from 100% fruit are probably a “healthier” choice instead of regular jellies in a PB&J because they contain less sugar and the sugar they do contain comes from the fruit.
I was just chatting on omegle which I’ve never tried until tonight and I was having an actual good (not sexual, not ASL-based) conversation with someone and then my damn internet had to “force reload” or whatever! Totally lost the person completely
Has this happened to anyone? It’s really annoying lol
My blog is 3 years old!!! It’s so crazy how much it’s morphed and reflects how I have morphed in terms of my views on weight loss and nutrition and well-being
Thank you SO much to my followers who have stuck with me from the beginning, you guys have helped me over these past three years in ways you don’t even know! And thank you to my new followers as well; all of you have motivated me to keep this blog going even if it isn’t what it used to be!
I never knew what the blog would turn into for me but I’m so glad I decided to start one…
As I am currently trying to live a healthier lifestyle and get back to my natural weight I hope I can help and support you guys!
Hi! I saw that you went to the Uganda Be Kidding Me tour, I'm going tomorrow! I have a quick question: Do you need to buy Chelsea's book before the show in order for her to sign it or can you buy the book there and then she signs it? And does she sign her book before or after the show? I greatly appreciate you answering my questions. Have a good day! :)
Hey! That’s awesome that you’re going, you’ll love it! I bought mine there, after the show. She does the signing after the show. You might be able to buy her book at the venue before the show starts, which would be a good idea because then after the show you can immediately get in line (although I bought mine after and the line went quickly!). I’m not 100% sure if you can buy them beforehand though so definitely check!
Note to self and everyone struggling with the scale: The number you see when you step on the scale DOES NOT define you, it’s just a pointless number. As long as you’re eating healthy (including ice cream, cookies, etc) and exercising (including rest days) your body will find it’s natural weight. Your body is not your enemy, your body loves you so love it back, nourish it and take care of it.