As it’s a funeral for my fat!! Sharee is such amazing motivation!
Whole wheat bread is the best. There are lots of different brands that are great. I love Ezekiel sprouted bread, and DAVES killer bread is good too.
A company that distributes that product used my weightloss picture and created a bogus story about me using that product. It also happened to fitpersonality who is another amazing fitness blogger.
Not all companies that distribute that product steal pictures, but if the product works and is so great….why would any of them need to use false weightloss stories?
I think it’s a load of crap. Save your money 8)
I think when you’re having a rough day or time, it helps to write a letter to yourself as if you were writing it to a friend experiencing the same thing.
Write a letter that will encourage you when you’re feeling down. Think of it as you’re talking to a close friend, what would you say to them? You would be loving and encouraging and supportive.
Another way to help with selflove, is to remove negative self talk from your vocabulary. Learn to talk positive about your self. When you constantly bring yourself down, it becomes a habit. So start using positive words to describe yourself.
You exhale on the work. So when you’re core is contracting (coming into the crunch) you exhale. When you release from the work, you take a breath in (coming back from the crunch)
Brooke Ence by @fuelforfireperformance
Food doesn’t have feelings and if they can afford to give fries to people to people who say they don’t want any, they don’t appear to be worried about wasting any.
I’ve had restaurants give me fries when I said no fries. I just give them to dre or someone else.
Just continue to say no thank you and if they ignore you, throw them out.
I’m sorry for your rough patch. I think it’s time for you find your inner strength. When it comes to relationships, you either get married or you break-up. Those are your options.
So in that choice you need to find your strength, your health cannot rely on anyone else. You can have encouragement and support but the sole drive and purpose needs to come from you.
You can always join weight watchers, they provide great support at their meetings! That might be helpful for you.
If you feel your relationship can be helped. Work on creating a teamwork of fitness and not a dependence. Find activities you can both do together but also something you can independently.