It doesn’t matter if your shoes are from nike or not. If your sport bra was expensive or not. It doesn’t matter if you have a membership at a gym or you work out at home. It doesn’t matter if your tumblr/fitblr has many followers or just 10. You work out for your own life and own body.
Keep going and you will get there.

(Source: fit-girls-everywhere)

Oatmeal cookies made with 3 ingredients: oatmeal, banana, and peanut butter


Getting healthier takes time and staying motivated can be a big hurdle so I hope some of these projects help! They’re designed to inspire you to change up your routine, remember how far you’ve come and give you that extra push you need on the hardest days. This should never feel like a punishment, getting fit should be something that makes you happy so fill your days with foods you love, fitness you enjoy and rewards that make you smile!

For more motivational ideas, projects and tips go here! :)


A year ago I weighed 260 pounds. My diet consisted of ice cream, frozen pizzas, and fast food. I Couldn’t run a few blocks without stopping because I thought I was going to pass out. I was lazy. I was depressed. I was filled with fear. This past Saturday I ran 4+ miles, did 150 burpees, and went through 15+ obstacles in my first Spartan Race. All under two hours. The next morning I hiked a mile up and down a mountain. My life is forever changed. All together I’ve lost 70 pounds. And through this entire journey, I’ve gained my entire life back. I’m finally able to do the things I’ve only ever dreamed of. Please don’t ever think that your dreams are too far out of reach! Keep pushing, keep fighting, keep breathing. YOU are worth it. 

Here’s a new Before and During. 240lbs wasn’t my official highest weight, but it’s when I started to take personal photos to track my progress. I’m 50lbs down from the first photos and I can see such a difference in my body, my confidence, and my life. Unfortunately my breasts have shrunk a bit and will continue to do so, but I guess that’s a small price to pay to have the body I’ve always dreamed of. My goal weight is settled somewhere between 180 and 150lbs, so once I feel comfortable with how I look, I will stop trying to lose and start trying to maintain. I am sure I will have a body I’m proud of by the time I graduate college in June!


Shaved carrots with oil, salt and pepper
Bake at 425 degrees for 10-12 minutes
Recipe from:

they’re delish :)

I can never not reblog Sharee when she’s on my dash :)