OMG you guys, I’ve been dying to share a photo in my latest bridesmaid dress. It’s seriously the most glam I have ever felt, even on my… Read more “Rose Gold Bridesmaids”
Thanks to Lynelle at 90s Popcorn (please check it out!), I have been nominated for Leibster Award. Thanks for thinking my blog is fun enough to… Read more “The Liebster Award”
April snuck up on me and I got hit with a corneal scratch, the flu, and another eye issue over the course of the first two weeks… Read more “What a month it has been…”
First of all, sorry for being radio silent for almost two weeks. Life. Is. CRAZY. Living by the 80/20 clean rule can be difficult around holidays, when… Read more “So many hiccups”
Monday morning was a rough one, this weekend kicked my butt and I was tired (thanks Daylight Savings Time). Then I remembered that today is not an… Read more “Happy birthday, Taylor!”
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I think these photos and captions pretty much speak for themselves. I want to be real with you, I truthfully felt proud and beautiful on my wedding day until I realized that I could have looked better. I’ve always been so driven by the number on the scale but in the 2013 photo I weighed less than I did in the 2015 photo, clearly the 2015 photo shows that I am healthier.
I don’t want to belittle the 2013 version of me, that was one of the happiest years of my life: we celebrated one year in our home, we got married (on our four year anniversary), we got our first dog, and we had some great adventures (Amish Country, Atlantic City, Berlin, Dublin, etc). That being said, if I could go back to the 2013 me I would let her know that there is potential to look better, to feel better, to live better.
Given the difference a couple of years can make, I can’t wait to see what 2017 me looks like!
I’ve been on this journey since April, I’ve done my best but I’m not perfect. I have lost 30ish lbs and two (and a halfish) pants sizes.… Read more “Progress not perfection”
2015 was a definite wake up call. I had lived my whole life as a fat kid, it’s really all I ever knew. I don’t want to… Read more “It only took me 30 years”