If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you’ll know I am on a never-ending quest to lose weight. My first post on this subject was all the way back in June. I weighed a whopping 13 stone 6 lbs which quite honestly sickened me. I was a big, fat mess and had the fitness level of a 90-year-old obese woman.
I decided to change and I have, I properly started losing weight in March and since then have lost nearly 2 stone, I weigh 11 stone 8 lbs and just ran 5K in under 35 minutes and raised £185 for Cancer Research. Continue reading
I’m writing this ironically after writing a post on staying organised. I’ve stuck to my tips, tidied my room, wrote a list, taken a break, but with two weeks to go until my first exam I am absolutely terrified. But you know what? It’s ok. Continue reading
Today I’m writing this post and feeling huge. I hate my body and want to go and take scissors to my stomach fat.
I reflect on this judgement and realise that I am being ridiculous. Yesterday I was thinking how fabulous I looked. Looking in the mirror and thinking “Yes, you are gorgeous!” So why the day after I feel like I am 20 stone and look disgusting in every way.
Because I am gorgeous and so are you!
We’re very nosey creatures us humans. Something I really enjoy is watching daily vlogs/ reading daily blogs and seeing people’s daily lives and routines no matter how mundane they may be. Now I’m only working part time there’s a bit more to my day than just work, work, work, eat, revise, sleep. I’m now somewhat interesting!
I thought I’d share with you an average day in the life of Harriet. Continue reading
We’re constantly bombarded by the media of the next new health craze that will completely transform our lives. Juice cleanses, gluten free and fasting are some of the fads that have been circulating in recent months. But let’s be honest, the Nutri bullet you got for Christmas hasn’t been out the cupboard since January.
These tips are from one yo-yo dieter to another, they’re simple and easy to stick to. Continue reading
I think everyone from a certain generation, including myself, can say that we are guilty of this. We’re so obsessed with taking the perfect picture to post to Instagram or constantly refreshing our Facebook or Twitter, that we can sometimes lose ourselves and forget to just live in the moment and realise that there is a world outside our phones. Continue reading
It’s been a funny New Year. I feel like my life’s been chucked in a blender and continuously pulsed since the clock went midnight on New Year’s Eve. Continue reading