My upcoming wedding is motivating me. I have plenty of time, but why put off getting started? I've learned that having the right music can be the difference between finishing a workout or giving up too soon.
As someone with an appreciation for good craft beer, it can be a real challenge to give it up. When I found out my favorite beer was more than 250 calories PER BEER, it became a little easier. Mostly I stick to clear beverages like vodka and soda water if I'm out drinking and I space them out by alternating between alcohol and just soda water and lime. No one can tell when my drink is alcoholic or not.
I thought that when I signed up for a year with DB it would include the app. But nope. $60 for the year here and another $10/month for the app. I hope it's worth it.
Shoe Dog "fetches" your ideal shoes based on your arch and how your feet pronate. You just plug in your information and a bunch of shoe options will pop up. It's pretty cool. http://www.roadrunnersports.c... You can even filter by size and brand.
Just started with Daily Burn today. I'm excited to trim down and tone up for my future wedding. I subscribe to a largely pescatarian diet with the occasional egg, but no other poultry and no red meat. I've increased my vegetable intake thanks to our new garden project and I'm working on fighting my super persuasive sweet tooth.
I find that my scale just frustrates me. In any given week, my weight on the scale fluctuates 5 lbs. I'll be doing really well and get excited to see the scale go down 2 lbs here and 1 there. But then when all those pounds reappear on the scale out of nowhere, I feel defeated and frustrated. I wish I could just avoid getting on it altogether, but it's become an unhealthy addiction that I use to beat myself up. Maybe I should have my fiancee secretly throw the thing away.
I joined the Cut Back on Sugar challenge.