Last week, I shared with you my so many attempts at having a healthy lifestyle since the beginning of 2017. I think I’ve finally gotten it right this time as I’m following a healthy diet, I’ve joined a gym, and I’ve been trying to tame my strong sweet tooth. So far, all has been working out well for me. *knocks on wood* Fingers crossed that these healthy habits I’m trying to pick up actually stick around for a lifetime!
I’m not looking forward to being a fit and healthy inspiration to anyone but myself really. I just genuinely want to live a healthy lifestyle where I feel confident in my own body rather than limited by it. Generally speaking, I’m not overweight but at the same time I’m not underweight nor do I have the perfect body either. I have fat on me that makes me so uncomfortable in my own skin because I can literally feel its annoying existence. I feel it when I move, when I dress and certainly when I do any sort of exercise. I feel the fat on a daily basis like a burden on my body to the point that it sometimes brings my spirit down… so I needed to put an end to it.
Two weeks into project comeback now with a more determined mindset for a healthy change. I’ve been finding it really helpful to feed my soul with reads and videos about others’ health and fitness journeys; and that’s mostly what I’ve doing in my free time. I believe if I carry on exploring the healthy mindsets of other people, I’ll eventually have one too… at least until I get the hang of it. Also, I’ve been attending gym classes for Yoga, Pilates and Zumba and I’m loving them. These classes make me feel much more connected to my body than ever before. I’m learning to enjoy my own body and be confident in it. That feeling right there is how I’d like to feel for the rest of my life! That is the main reason I’m so determined to adapt a healthy lifestyle; for me, for my own peace of mind, for another happiness perspective unlocked.
I live by two mottos: “God did not give life to me for I to lead a miserable life” and “If I CAN change what’s bringing me down, then I SHOULD do something about it”. I hate how my body shaped up to be, but thankfully I can change that so that’s exactly what I’m doing, for I to lead a happy life. Let me know in the comments below what your life mottos are; I’d like to explore the mindsets of my readers too (and I mean it in the least creepy way possible). Have a lovely weekend, everyone!
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