90 Days to a Healthier Me

90 Days to a Healthier Me

For years and years I’ve moaned on about how I need to lose some weight. That the baby weight is sticking around. Trying different diets and adding things to my diet and hoping for some type of long term result but never seeing any real change. It’s getting frustrating.

I’ve made some small changes in these past few months. I’ve attempted to put myself first instead of always last in the family, I’ve added smoothies for breakfast and I start my day off with lemon water. I’ve been more aware of what I’ve been eating, but then I go for days eating heavy meals and lots of alcohol. I’ll lose 5 pounds and gain 10 back.

90 Days to a Healthier Me

Being obese sucks, and I’m ready for a change! I’m committing the next 90 days to my health – and my whole family is joining me! I kept thinking I could do all of this on my own, but after months and months and even years of trying, I think I need my whole family on board.

I’m 5’8″ and I weight 220 lbs.

I can’t even believe I’m writing that. I can’t believe I’m letting everyone know. I’m embarrassed. It pains me to reveal my weight. Because I can’t believe I let myself go here. I’m ashamed of it.

90 Days to a Healthier Me

My husband and I watched What The Health on the weekend, and we’ve made the decision to go plant-based for the next 90 days. We’re going to go full vegan as a family, for 30 days straight, and then see how it goes.

I have the support of my husband, my kids, my life coach, and, soon, a personal trainer. I need to shake things up, and I’m ready to commit the next 90 days to my health.

Will you join me on my ¬†journey? I’ll be blogging daily and posting on social media with the hashtag #90daystohealth.



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  1. Bravo! I’m right there with you. I’ve committed to a 30 day fitness challenge. I’m going to play tennis daily when the weather is nice, and jog indoors on the treadmill on cruddy days.