My Healthy Weight Loss Tips

Eat 3 meals a day and if you really need to snack in between then eat something healthy or low calorie. For example: fruit, crackers, nuts.

Drink as much water as possible. It’s good for weight loss but also it’s healthy, good for your skin, hair and nails.

When you first start exercising then start slow. Maybe a 20 minute work out and the gradually increase the intensity and length. Exercise at least twice a week.

Allow yourself to eat unhealthily every once in a while. If your doing well and your body is healthy and your where you want to be then treat yourself. Eat a pizza yourself. Have chocolate and sweets and soda. Life is for living so eat what you want.

Keep realistic standards. Your not going to lose 100 pounds in a week. Even if you lose 1 pound in a week, progress is progress no matter how small.

Do it for you. Don’t try to lose weight for anyone. If you want to be healthy then do it for you. If your happy with whatever size you are then you do you. You’re beautiful no matter what you look like. Society just has unrealistic standards.

When your friend goes to a women’s clinic on FSU campus to get a free pregnancy test and they spend 45 minutes shoving religious anti choice selfish bullshit down her throat before even handing her the cup to pee in.


4 ingredient vegan protein pancakes

¼ cup vegan protein powder (i used gnc vegan lean vanilla)
2 tbsp maple syrup (in the mixture)
1 cup flour
1-1.5 cups water (depending on how thick you want them)

i also added raspberries, blueberries, and cinnamon to mine- so they’re customizable.

mine, with maple syrup on them as well, come in at 15 weight watchers points for the entire mix, so ~7-8 points per serving.

very filling- 25g protein 9g fiber


I want to make something clear.

I don’t hate my body, I hate the way I feel in it. The way clothes feel when I bend over or bend down.

I hate the way I have a harder time getting up after sitting down and getting comfy for too long.

I hate how it feels to wear jeans too long cuz they are either too big and falling off or dig into my stomach cuz they are too tight.

I hate that my stomach makes it difficult to bend over. especially when I am sitting.

I don’t hate my body at all. I just hate how inconvenient and uncomfortable the extra fat can make things.

Rest days are important!

Push yourself, but don’t overwork yourself!

You know your limits. Listen to your body.

If you don’t listen to your body you’ll end up crashing going a week without working out eating a bunch of fried chicken and then it’ll be hard to get back on your routine. Lmao y'all know what I’m talking about

Take it slow :)

Diet - 17.10.19

Today is my official restart, and I am 190lbs. Unfortunate, considering I had gotten down to 176lbs, but nothing is stopping me from getting back there~ Here’s my stats to push things off!

Age: 19

Height: 164cm (5'4.5")

Daily Calories: 1,209 (1,309 on exercise days)

Diet type: Vegetarian

Exercise Goal: 30 minutes/day, 5x a week

Highest Weight & BMI: 220lbs, 36.6

Current Weight & BMI: 190lbs, 31.6 (-30lbs, 5.0 from HW)

Goal 1: 180lbs (Reward: New makeup mirror)

Goal 2: 170lbs (Reward: New winter coat)

Goal 3: 160lbs (Reward: Fitbit Charge 2)

Goal 4: 150lbs (Reward: 1 full Bath & Body Works collection)

Goal 5: 140lbs (Reward: Mani/Pedi, 2 new pairs of shoes)

Goal 6: 130lbs (Reward: Donating all of my too-large clothes!!)

Ultimate Goal: 120lbs (Reward: Entire new wardrobe!)

Tips For Saving Money 

We all know how important saving money is, but we need assistance on how. Sometimes, we overspend on things that we really don’t need. These tips can be used my anybody. College students, business amateurs, workers on minimum wages, etc. 

- Know how much you spend monthly and weekly. It will be a review for your spending habits. Keep the receipts or review your bank account transactions. 

- Buy items in bulk. Order water in bulk, value size soap, etc. It will save trouble from constantly going to store. 

- Know the difference between a necessity and luxury. For example: Toothpaste and laundry detergent are necessities. Makeup and a brand new phone are luxuries. 

- Look at the ingredients before purchasing. This tip applies for food, skincare, body care, etc. Last thing you want is being on soy-free diet and buying an item that has soy in it. 

- Cook at home more often. If you crave for something, make it yourself. Plus, you know exactly what’s in your food. 

- If you have a busy life, meal prep. It will assist you on staying healthy. 

- Do a manicure at home. Purchase a nail kit, 2-3 nail colors, a base coat, and a top coat. 

- Limit the usage of water and electricity. Try it. 

- Purchase multi-use items. For example: Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap can be use as makeup brusher cleaner, laundry, face wash (depending on scent and skin type), and more. 

- Wash your car.

Need more tips on a topic like this, contact us in the question box. 

Good Health = Good Life