2. I told myself I wouldn't buy any more running clothes while currently on my injured and not running status, but I failed that when I made a trip to Target. These great shorts were 50% off and this shirt was very reasonable and will be great for winter running.
Swirlgear shirt and my green Handful bra. Sometimes the smallest things can make me happy.
3. Everyone else seems to be weighing in on it so I will too.
Weight loss is hard, getting into shape and staying there is hard. Doing it all with kids and a full time job makes it all even harder. I only work part time, but it has always been a priority for me. Sometimes people comment that it must be nice having a good metabolism or not having to ever worry about my weight.
I work for it. I know it is harder for some people but I have always since college made it a point to stay in shape and healthy while I see people who have not. I don't agree with the people who are being mean to Maria over her picture.
Personally when I saw it I thought "lucky her she didn't get stretch marks all over her belly like me" . I find the picture inspiring. She looks good. Does everyone need to look like her? Certainly not, but in a country with an obesity epidemic I applaud her and if she motivates even one person to change their life.. awesome. I hate that people are hating on her for looking good and wanting to motivate others.
Maybe her "what's your excuse" is a little harsh for some, personally it motivates me, but I also have never weighed more than 150 while not pregnant so I don't understand the viewpoint of an obese person.