Dance Moms and Cold Pizza

Have you ever noticed just how many times you find yourself sitting in front of the tv, watching Dance Moms and stuffing your face with cold pizza?

……Okay, so I’m the only one. Either way, you’re just sitting there, not even paying attention to the fact that you’re eating, or that you may not even be hungry. You just happen to see a commercial for some weight loss pill, that makes you lose 10 inches off of your waist within a matter of 2 or so weeks. All of their “before and after” pictures seem pretty convincing, and although you know that there is no way that that amount of miraculous weight loss is feasible, you find yourself wishing that you were 18, so you could order those and look like one of their bikini models in no time!

Am I right? Am I the only one that happens to? Or you find yourself googling “how to lose weight fast” or “how to lose weight in two weeks” because after looking in the mirror after watching commercials of thin girls (who look like they’ve never before eaten a pretzel stick) prance around in bikinis, you tend to feel a little chunky, therefore you want to lose weight.

Personally, I myself have fallen into all of these traps. I used to think that I could make it to my goal weight in a month or two. I know now that that is entirely unreasonalbe, but certainly not impossible.

Here’s what you do. start SMALL. The little things DO add up significantly!

You will find that most of the time you do, you’re not even hungry, or you tend to drastically over eat when you aren’t entirely focused on what you are putting into your body.

Try this: every time you walk into a room, do 30 jumping jacks, or 15 wall push ups. It may seem trivial, but by the end of the day, you will have done more jumping jacks in a day than you have in a month or so.

Just remember to stay motivated. You are stronger than you think, more beautiful than you know, and I believe in you. let’s reach our goals together! 💋


I’ll Do It Tomorrow

About how many times have you told yourself this? Be honest, does it ever get done?

I must tell myself that I’ll work out later about 50 times a day. Then when the time comes, I make up a series of unrealistic excuses in my head for why I can’t do it. I remember reading somewhere that losing weight is 80% mental and 20% physical. 80%!!!! That is huge! We’re stopping ourselves from losing weight in our minds. The whole struggle is getting out the door to go on that walk, or drive to the gym, or to sit and relax with some yoga. Once we do however, the rest is easy.

As for me, well I haven’t been taking my own advice. However, tonight I make this promise to myself: I am going to work out tonight. No excuses.

Keep calm and stay motivated. Love, Mimi.