In case you're under the illusion that I lust after celery and have to pry myself away from dumbbells, let me shed some light on reality.
Yeah, I've been on my health journey for about 9 years now. And I don't make pasta casseroles every night anymore and I am okay smelling like sweat in public.
But, you know what? Sometimes I hate the fat-loss lifestyle.
I believe in it. I know it works. And I want you living it.
But it often involves mental and physical pain.
Here's the bad news: cravings. never. go. away.
Honestly, I have cravings just about every day of the week. I've been "eating clean" for 8 YEARS and I still struggle with lusting after food. Sometimes I cave, most times I do not. Every time I'm about to give in, I remind myself of my goals. "Debbie, will this help you to lose fat or will it cause you to gain fat?" And so I tell myself, "Food is fuel, that's it."
But it's a DAILY dying to self. It really is. It's
In case you didn't know, I was widowed in 2012. It's as tough as you imagine. What an unexpected gift to have remarried a few years ago. I never expected to be married twice, but I certainly don't take marriage for granted! Love is a beautiful thing.
It's really important for me to be faithful within my marriage. Duh, of course. It's a big deal. I want my marriage to be fruitful and protected. I never want even a remote hint of flirting or cheating. For me, it's n