• Fit

    No Hibernation For Me

    October is here, and the weather is changing (well, sort of).  Leaves are falling, and the plan for warmer clothes is happening (because we all need to shop for winter clothes in our house).  Although the weather is a bit confused right now, we will go with it.  The temperatures are still pretty warm for this time of year in my opinion.   But let’s get to the point.  The point of this post is not to talk about the weather, but about how changing a mindset to focus on my health and fitness again.  Join me and exercise your body this Fall!  

  • Just Be Fabulous by loving yourself and accepting you
    Fabulous

    Just Be FABulous

    “Are you FABulous?”  No, go back and answer the question.  “Are YOU FABulous?”  Your answer should be, “YES!”  If you answered no, repeat…… “I AM FABULOUS!”  Repeat it ten times right where you are and then again looking at yourself in the mirror.  Just Be FABulous today!  Yes, I sure do have this exact pep talk with myself each day!

  • What if I called you a fat ass when you tell me to grab a burger
    Skinny

    Can I Call You A Fat Ass?

    I don’t know what is wrong with people.  Why do you think it’s ok to make comments about a skinny person’s body or ask if we ever eat or “whisper” (cause we hear you) to your friend, “She needs to eat a burger or something!”  Cause we ALL know if someone said, “YOU ARE A FAT ASS” all hell would break loose.  And just so you know, we EAT and can probably eat you under the table.  Being told to eat is offensive and skinny shaming

  • Growing Up Skinny
    Skinny

    Growing Up Skinny

    As you read in my welcome post you know, I’m a Tennessee gal.  Born and raised as a country girl.  Most people think of country folks eating lots of meat and potatoes for most meals.  That is true to a degree.  My family served bacon, eggs, gravy, and biscuits for breakfast.  I had regular lunches as a child.  You know the norm…peanut butter and jelly, ham sandwiches, the occasional fast food joint.  Dinner we had tacos, roast. Pinto beans, cornbread, and salmon patties every Wednesday at my granny’s.  Sundays we had the full spread of chicken, ham, greens, potatoes, etc.   No matter what I ate or didn’t eat, I was a skinny…