Category : Fashion, Fitness, and Weight Loss

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Have you ever tried to make your own homemade mayonnaise?  When I first started my Whole30 journey, there were a few things I knew I would miss. Mayonnaise being one of them. I love mayonnaise. Love it. As in, I don’t eat junk food, but I think mayo is a gift from God.
I’ve noticed in recent weeks that there has been a drastic increase in the amount of chatter and hype about the Whole30 diet. I have friends that have started it and finished it in the past, but when I read it I didn’t feel like it was for me. Since then, I’ve been lured in!
Well, based on the scale creeping up a few digits, and that extra shimmy I had to do to get my jeans on, it’s clear I have not missed a single calorie since the week before Christmas.
So, my friend Lynsey…she’s like me.  A lot like me.  And she and I are accountability partners.  In case you don’t know what that means, it means that we continually drag each other into fitness situations, and then when we’re too sore to get in and out of bed, we blame each other for why …
I think there is something to be said for making changes.  There is always a positive when you set a goal for yourself and then press toward that achievement.  And when you can look back at that goal – when you’re looking over the changes – you can actually SEE the difference you’ve made in …
Do I even know when it happened?  Yes.  Probably around the time I was eleven.  It was my first year as a cheerleader; the year my parents divorced.  That was when I started wearing a bra before anyone else.  And that was the year I started to realize I was a “big girl”.
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