Work it girl!

After more than an entire year of absolutely no working out, I finally had this urge to move my body, I wish I could say I did it because I was thinking of all the amazing benefits of it, but the truth is my baby took a nap. I was already wearing my workout clothes that I wear almost daily (workout clothes but I don’t work out, yeah that’s me). I thought to myself, why not try and get a quick workout in see how I feel. I wanted to quit almost immediately! Every 5 minutes felt like an eternity. I looked up beginners HIIT videos on YouTube & picked the first one I saw. I started the workout and quietly hoped the baby would interrupt this torturous workout, but she didn’t my phone didn’t ring, the doorbell didn’t ring, there was absolutely no interruptions almost as if the universe was rooting for me to finish this torturous workout. I did it! After 30 minutes I plopped on the floor, my body couldn’t handle another minute of this torture. I was exhausted and my feet felt as if they were on fire, I felt as if I was about to vomit, the living area felt like it was spinning. There was a tiny voice inside my head that kept saying “you did it girl, you did it!” I was so proud of myself, but also so in shock of how out of shape I really was. I didn’t die, so I promised myself to try and workout for at least 30 minutes every single weekday, there’s no way I can workout on the weekends, not an excuse but #momlife has me super busy on the weekends with 3 kiddos. We all have to start somewhere, even if it’s only a 10 minute walk or blasting the music and moving your body for 20 minutes, just get up and do it, you’ll be so proud of yourself. I promise! 

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Hello my friends! I’m a wife and mommy. Living the Keto lifestyle, drinking my daily cup or cups of coffee and creating amazingly delicious Keto/LCHF friendly recipes for myself, my family & for all of you. Thank You for being here.

4 thoughts on “Work it girl!

    1. Hi, thank you so much. Trying to figure out this whole blog thing. ☺️

      I’ve always felt so guilty about doing anything for myself after having babies, but I’m slowly learning it’s okay and sometimes even neccesary.


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