Meh for monday.

The work week has just begun and I’m already sick of it. I’m not going to Curves obsessively like I was doing a month back. The circuit is not doing much for me anymore so this week will be a lot of hiking and walking. Today we are going to a nearby trail to do roughly 1.5 hrs of intense hiking. I’m excited. I might even take the pup with me!

Happy trails.



Earn your body.

Today I went hiking/jogging for about 2hrs and it was intense. I did not push 110% because we are going back tomorrow which will be more gnarley trails and longer amounts of jogging. I really like to push it on Sundays. I have really been enjoying the low-carb diet I’m  always satisfied.With all the protein and intense physical activity I pride my self on earning my body.


In only 22 years of life I’ve managed a lot of beginnings and very few completions.From chess club in 3rd
grade to a small band in 5th, classes in college, and even jobs as an adult. I am a professional quitter.
None of the above shortcomings have brought me to this blog but have diminished my health and happiness.

DIET. I hate that word. But yes, it reigns in at the number one thing I have quit…and it shows.
From sweet cereals in primary school, to foot longs in middle school, fast food runs in high school, pizza and coffee in college, and binge eating, I have had my share of shitty eating.

DANCE. I have been dancing for recreation and fun since I could walk, and I’m not particularly shabby….especially considering my donk exceeds “white-girl” average. I started taking classes at 10 and did them for 5 years and excelled
quickly in tap.But my passion is and was hip-hop and zumba styled moves including Bhangra and Bollywood style.

DO. I managed to creep up to 330lbs by 18 I’m now 22 6months till 23 and I’m OVER being fat. I have been hiking with
my BF, I gym 5 days a week and of course I twirk it at home. I dance EVERY DAY. After getting a degree in Hospitality I’m pursuing a career in fitness and dance and before I can even plan anything I have to get this weight off. What’s different this time? I believe myself, and I have a man who supports my every move. He doesn’t give up on me and I don’t give up on myself anymore.


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