That’s not inspirational to me. I don’t want you guys to start tomorrow, because that gives you a few more hours to fail. And then you’ll wake up in the morning feeling terrible about today, so what new motivation will you have?
Start right now. I know you’d rather sit on the couch right now and eat junk food but how are you going to feel after? Me, I just ran 2 miles and took a shower instead and I feel great. But here’s the message that I really want to get across:
I want you to know that you’re beautiful, every single one of you. I don’t want you to be working out and eating less in order to get thinner. You need to start really looking at yourselves and realize that you’re gorgeous. You’re wonderful the way you are, but I want you to be doing this because you LIKE it. Because the exercise makes you feel happy and energetic. The feeling of fitting into smaller pants will be just an added bonus. But if you tell yourself that you need to lose some weight to be happy, you’re setting yourself up for failure. You’re not dependent on losing weight, it’s just something you’re going to do on the side. It’s a healthy life style, and you’re going to be happy that you’re doing it. But I don’t want to hear you tell me that you’re just trying to be skinny so that you can feel pretty. You already are pretty, now you’re just toning to make yourself a little bit happier.
—- I know I already posted this, but it’s a strong message that I firmly believe in. So I’m essentially re-blogging myself. ;)
tagged as: thinspo. thin. inspirational. personal.
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