So, my sister started this great getting fit page for moms. Just a community where friends can share their tips, ideas, successes, and frustrations. I am not overweight now, but I was after my daughter was born. Getting fit is a tough road for anyone, but having a disability adds extra challenges. But with patience and determination, I did it. I did it again after my son was born a year ago.
I did not use fad diets or expensive memberships to do it. I did it on my own, with simple diet changes and excersize. I believe that if I can do it, just about anyone can do it.
So each week on my sister’s page, I share a Skinny Girl tip of the week. Just a simple change you can make to get the weight off and keep it off. I thought I would share with you, too! Disabled or not, I think these tips can help anyone who wants to lose wieght or be healthier.
Before and after pics are soon to come!
Skinny Girl tip of the week:
A journey of 1,000 miles begins with a single step. Right now, it may seem like you’ll never reach your goal. And in 6 months, if you don’t start now, you’ll still be the same. But what if, 6 months from now, you had a totally different body? That can happen! If you stay determined and consistent, you could lose those 10, 20, or 40 pounds in 6 months! Just remember that there will, and should be, a few cheat days and mistakes. And don’t worry, it DOES NOT mean that you can’t eat like a normal person. Imagine yourself a totally different person by January. YOU CAN DO IT!