Friday, October 24, 2014

Getting Back on Track

My body is super sensitive to junk. Our beach trip was fantastic, but I am paying for it now! 

I did not count macros, calories, or anything on vacation. I believe one cheat meal a week isn't going to wreck my progress, but four days of junk sure did! 

I had an 11 pound difference between the morning we left for vacation and returning home. 

I've mentioned it several times that I am always going to have to work to keep my weight in check. I can pack on pounds like you wouldn't believe. As long as I can accept that fact, I can win the battle. I'm never going to be one of those people who can eat anything they want without a care in the world. And that's okay because I know exactly what I have to do to achieve my goals. 

When we got home, I immediately began tracking my food. I felt so much better too! I didn't feel as sluggish and bloated. I've dropped four pounds in the past two days. I know a lot of it is water retention and it will come back off. So I'm not stressed at all! 

I also jumped right back into my workouts as well. I taught two hours of class plus I'm attending a two hour dance party to raise money for the Livestrong cancer foundation. It will be tons of fun and a great workout. 

 I believe losing weight, eating healthier, and staying active is so much easier when I can stick to a schedule. As long as I have everything planned out, I can easily stay on track. If you're struggling to lose weight, make it a point to plan your meals and schedule your workouts. Once you get in the habit of doing it you'll find it so much easier to accomplish everything. 


  1. You look absolutely fantastic! Cute bikini bytheway..


    1. Thank you! I have such a tough time picking a swim suit each year. Such a pain!



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