My #transformationtuesday ✨Ladies, progress takes TIME. Abs don’t happen overnight and if you think they will then you are going to end up disappointed✨. Put in the hard work, dedicate yourself and stay consistent if you want to see results💗. It’s about NOT quitting. Push forward and believe in yourself and the universe will reward you 🙏💪


"If you repeat something over and over again it loses its meaning; You watch the sunset too often it just becomes 6 pm, you make the same mistake over and over you stop calling it a mistake. If you just wake up wake up wake up wake up wake up wake up one day you’ll forget why"
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Happy Birthday to ME! 😁💗🙌✨😊 I can’t believe I’m already 24, I still feel like the little girl in the left picture ☺️ 23 was not my best year, losing a parent, working two jobs 7 days a week, and dealing with some financial hiccups was challenging to say the least but that’s why I have so much faith that 24 is going to be my year!! 😁🙏🙌💗✨ you can’t reach great success without having to face real adversity, so here’s to a new year full of endless opportunities 😄 #itsmybirthday #whendidIgetold #myhangoverhaslastedallday #iwantcake

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“Life’s good when you’re happy, but life’s at its best when other people are happy because of you.”
———————————————————- Having the opportunity to help so many people change their lives and teaching others how to get healthy 🍎🍏🍊and happy😁😁😁 truly makes me feel like the luckiest girl in the world 😍😍😍 I just want to say thanks to everyone out there who has supported me along this journey, without all of you I wouldn’t be where I am today 💗✨


I know how difficult binging can be and how difficult it is to stop. I did some research and found 10 ways to help with binging; so here they are. I hope this helps you! 

  • Stress management
    So as you know stress is one of the many reasons why people binge, therefore being really important that you manage your stress. It is most important that you find an alternative way of handling your stress and overwhelming feelings without using food. These may include exercising, meditating, using sensory relaxation strategies, and practicing simple breathing exercises.
  • Try and eat 3 meals a day with snacks!
    Eating breakfast is so important because it helps jump start your metabolism in the morning. Try and follow breakfast with a balanced lunch and dinner, including healthy snacks in between the meals. Try to stick to scheduled mealtimes because skipping meals can often lead to binge eating later in the day.

  • Avoid temptation
    As difficult as it may be try and avoid the temptation. I find a good way to do this is by fixing your source of foods. You’re much more likely to overeat if you have junk food, desserts, and unhealthy snacks in the house. Remove the temptation by clearing your fridge and cupboards of your favorite binge foods.

  • Don’t diet 
    Deprivation and hunger from strict dieting can trigger food cravings and the urge to eat excessively. Try and focus on eating in moderation. 80% goods and 20% not so good. Sometimes it is better for one to go 100% healthy until they feel confident enough in themselves to allow the junk food. For others they may need to slowly cut out the junk food. However this is not always the case so try and find something that works for you. Also find nutritious foods that you enjoy and eat only until you feel content, not uncomfortably stuffed. Don’t make yourself eat stuff that you don’t like. Enjoying the healthy foods are really important too.

  • Exercise
    Not only will exercise help you get fitter in a healthy way, but it also lifts depression, improves overall health, and reduces stress. The natural mood-boosting effects of exercise can help put a stop to emotional eating.

  • Fight boredom
    Instead of snacking when you’re bored, distract yourself. Take a walk, call a friend, read, or take up a hobby such as painting or gardening. It is really great to get out of the house, especially on nice days. Getting in the sun and breathing that fresh air is fantastic for lifting moods and relieving stress and also may help prevent binging.

  • Get enough sleep
    If you’re tired, you may want to keep eating in order to boost your energy. Instead of doing this maybe light some candles, play some music or have a bath and try and relax your mind and body. You should also instead maybe take a nap or try and go to bed earlier.

  • Listen to your body
    Try and learn the difference between physical and emotional hunger. If you ate recently and don’t have a rumbling tummy, you’re probably are not actually hungry. Give the craving, time to pass. This also includes eating and drinking at appropriate times. Sometimes thirst can act as hunger, so try and drink lots of water. Drinking water also helps fill you up preventing the hunger for foods, eating when bored and hopefully binging. 

  • Keep a food diary
    I find these sometimes are difficult to remain committed too, however some people are really good at doing this. Try and write down what you eat, when, how much, and how you’re feeling when you eat. You may see patterns emerge that reveal the connection between your moods and binge eating. Writing your emotions about what you feel when you eat may also act as a form of releasing and may actually help you reduce your stress, overall helping with emotional eating. 

  • Get support
    This is so important. You’re more likely to succumb to binge eating triggers if you lack a solid support network. Talking helps, even if it’s not with a professional. Lean on family and friends, join a support group, and if possible consult a therapist or you know, you have an entire tumblr/fitblr community that are all willing to help you and will try their very best. I hope I have managed to help in some way but if I haven’t please don’t be discouraged and talk to others because they may know just exactly what to tell you or their advice may apply to you better.


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Follow these tips to brighten your morning!

  1. Stretch. It’s a wonderful way to loosen your joints and increase flexibility. It will also get rid of any knots in your muscles from sleeping! You can try yoga or meditation, too.

  2. Take a shower. Showers wake you up and will leave you feeling fresh and ready for the day!

  3. Make your bed. You’ll be less likely to get back in and it will make you feel productive!

  4. Eat a healthy breakfast. It’s the most important meal of the day, so give your body the calories and nutrients it needs!

  5. Turn on some music. It’ll leave you feeling happy, relaxed, and ready for the day!

  6. Wear something cute. You’ll be feeling confident and comfortable all day long! To save time, prepare your outfit the night before.

  7. Read an inspirational quote. Find one that motivates you!

  8. Wake up early. Give yourself plenty of time to get ready in the morning. If you’re less rushed, you’ll be in a better mood for the rest of the day.

  9. Drink a tall glass of water. It’ll get you hydrated and feeling good!

  10. Make a list of things you want to accomplish. Reward yourself at the end of the day if you complete all of your tasks. A list will help keep you focused and satisfied when you can check everything off!

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Day 4 of the #sf30daychallenge and the topic of the day is: ✨journaling✨. If there is any habit you should pick up it’s keeping a food journal (my favorite is @fitbook ) 💗the single biggest indicator to whether a not a person loses weight is if that person wrote down what they ate everyday, ✨I don’t mean you have to weigh every piece of food you eat or count every calorie but just knowing what you’re eating and how it makes your body feel can make ALL the difference 💪
Bummed that you missed out on signing up for my 30 day challenge? You’re in luck! My next bikini team will be starting this weekend, comment below with your email to get signed up or head over to #strippedfitness

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