I looooove grocery shopping! I got all of this for $38 at Aldi because I found another “buy $40 get $10 off” coupon in the paper!
I bought frozen green beans and peas, baby carrots and hummus, canned beans, ground turkey, sour cream and tortillas to make homemade crunchwraps this weekend, chicken sausage, three boxes of reduced fat wheat thins (they’ll probably only last until the end of the month lol,) chicken breast, almond milk, pesto, canned tuna (packed in water,) spinach, goat cheese, and some cereal that Jake likes.
It’s been a really rough year and I never in my life thought I would be able to get this far. Honestly, I hardly even changed the foods I eat (other than limiting the fried foods), just the quantity.
Sometimes when a workout gets tough and I want to quit I imagine that I’m a professional athlete and that an audience is watching me expecting me to give it my all. It’s embarrassing but it does work to motivate me
I’m getting a CHIN! 🤗 Can you see a difference? Let me know if you do; because sometimes I see it, but most times I don’t!
I used to read people posting about how they can’t see a difference, and I’d say “Are you crazy? Of course there’s a difference!” But now I totally get what they meant. 12 weeks. 3 months of eating clean and working out. IM PROUD OF MYSELF
HW: 96 kg
CW: 81 kg? (Too scared to step on the scale. Haven’t checked my weight since two weeks. Last I checked I was 81.7 kg)
I need to keep this going because my amazing personality could use a banging body 💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥better keep this going.
Around 60 kilos (132lbs) difference. It took me around 2 years.. and what i did basically i change the way I ate.. I quit refined sugar, like soda, cakes, ice creams, pastry etc.. and I increased my intake of vegetables and fruit, I started to drink lots of plain water, and I started using stevia and instead of buying processed food I cook my own desserts sugar free.. that’s the biggest change that brought me where I’m now.