Okay, so I know a lot of you hear me saying how I’m loving all of these new lifestyle changes I’ve made and how I’m having success, but then I never post selfies to prove it. Well, I, like most other woman in America, have my own image issues, and honestly it’s super scary! It’s basically like I’m admitting to the bad choices I’ve made and I’m owning each bag of Doritos and cookie dough ice cream session. I’m also owning new changes I’ve made, and now I have to be accountable. So, today, I am facing my fears. Go ahead and take a look; after all, you did click the link.
The moment of truth: What I’ve learned from juicing
I learned after 7 days (thats 168 hours folks) of only drinking juice, I can do hard things! I would have to repeat my mantras (it felt like 1000 times a day) “food is fuel” and “I can do hard things” every time I walked in the kitchen. I also learned that I was really bloated and tired, which is actually as terrible as it sounds. Even my face was bloated; I have a significantly less puffy face in the pink shirt picture. I also learned that in my case juice fasts are 99% mental and 1% drinking the juice.
I know sharing something this personal will help to keep me on track. I’ve officially put it out there into the universe (putting it online is basically the same thing). So, the next time I feel like eating a bag of Doritos and cookie dough ice cream, I’ll remember that I’m a changed woman and I want to look healthy. Here’s to the first of many health and weight-loss posts! So, if you’re like me and you hate leaving your house (because you have to get ready and pile in multiple little people) jump on Amazon and get yourself a Breville Juicer delivered to your door in two days! If its good enough for Joe Cross you know its the best!