So going to slowly ease myself back into my arts and crafts. Haven’t done this for about 4 years now. Also going to start up cycling, not for myself but for others as I really enjoy doing things for my own home. And also start off my dog sitting business again now we are all settled in our new home. Will also offer dog walking too. But that won’t be starting until the new year.
Going to be a busy bee 🐝 excited for the new year. Website for the wagging tail will be fully up and running in the new year and also for arts and crafts and up cycle business too along with insta pages 😊 #bringon2020#pushingmyself#homemade#selfmade#likeforlikes#femaleboss#myownboss#somethingforme#owls#chalkboard#buttons#house#dogsitting#upcycle
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A lot has changed.
(APR 2018 ▶️NOV 2019)
It’s easy to have days where I’m hard on myself.
But, sometimes things come up on timehop and you’re like “shit, it’s working.”
I remember taking these photos (on the left), frustrated, because I was actually training really hard, and still didn’t look how I wanted.
I just wanted to look like someone who worked out.
I hated that my hips were big and my legs felt muscular but not defined.
To be honest, I had some weird habits.
I would eat late at night.
I would drink every weekend, but not heavily.
I would go out to eat 3 or 4 times per week.
I didn’t know what the right macros were. I had some to follow but i didn’t know anything about nutrition timing.
It felt like torture + I was constantly obsessing over if I was doing the “right” thing with my nutrition and couldn’t seem to find the answer.
I also knew that I couldn’t eat clean ALL the time without feeling deprived.
I knew I needed a sustainable approach that allowed for a few cheat meals a week.
I knew I had to get away from the all or nothing mindset.
I knew that I hated tracking my food everyday, it felt like such a chore.
And I felt confused and hopeless, wondering if anything would actually make the difference I wanted it to make.
I never saw anything “work” for me.
Eventually, I found my way to intermittent fasting. I did 18:6 and the dial moved fast. Then I found my way with nutrition timing and following macros that were custom for me and accurate, allowing me to train without feeling super depleted. My energy felt more sustained overall and I didn’t feel so up-and-down (can you say post-lunch crash? That was my life.)
As I stayed consistent with nutrition timing, measuring my food, and following a CUSTOM set of macros, everything changed.
I actually train very similarly, that hasn’t changed much.
You can’t outrun the fork.
You can’t feel good in workouts when you wing it with your nutrition.
a big part of what I teach clients is how to approach food. I am so much happier now that I know how to fuel my body and have stayed consistent.
Drop a 👊🏽 in the comments if you can relate!