Project Healthy Holly
Hey sister, soul sister, go sister, soulcycle.
2016 was the year that I committed to running every morning (mon-fri). I ran alone. I listened to loud music that pushed me harder and made me feel strong and confident. For the first time since having children, I was carving out time just for me – and doing something that tapped into my inner strength. I was getting back to me, and it felt good.
Unfortunately, I started to get discouraged when the weight-loss slowed and then eventually stopped. Because I wasn’t integrating healthy habits in the rest of my life (other than avoiding bread), they caught up with me and I couldn’t out run them.
When I started working with my health coach (Jennifer at Project Healthy Body) , we agreed that I needed to focus on nutrition and portion sizes, at least initially. Not because exercise wasn’t important (it’s super…
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