Have I told y'all how much I love Fall clothing?
High Buns after a run.
Proof I do wash my hair sometimes.
I blacked out for a moment and when I woke up I had bought a neutral purse, who am I? Cause the last I remember I was holding a pink bow front Kate Spade bag. So unlike me, but I don't hate it, in fact I pretty much love it a ton, the leather is so supple!
I'm about to show you guys something a little shocking, prepare yourself.
My Timehop never fails to show me how far I've come, not just physically, but mentally. I did not wake up one day and love running, or dieting, or sweating at all. It sucked and it was really really hard.
It was something I had to force myself to do, it was gradual. I didn't start out getting up at 4:30 every morning and lifting weights at a gym.
This girl hated running and I knew I didn't have it in me, even in High School when I tried to run a mile in gym class and almost passed out. I just wasn't a runner.
I didn't know a damn thing about nutrition, how to eat healthy, how to cook, or even how to go about dieting. It was very overwhelming and it kept me from even trying for years.
These are all things I've said before on here, but seeing those statements I made 5 years later really just hit home - I've grown and I've learned and I've stuck with it. Give yourself the time to learn and evolve, start small. Yeah sure I went and ran an ungodly amount of miles, but not that long ago I was barely getting in one, and damn if that one mile didn't make me feel awesome when I was done. Celebrate the milestones, don't get ahead of yourself because if you try to skip over the hard work and time it takes you won't be successful.
Do the work.