Look, it's perfectly ok to be right where you are at. Feel those feelings. They are valid because they are yours.
But stop being a victim, it has never worked for anyone.
When your pain is greater than your fear of change, that's when the magic happens.
I have been stuck at 215.8lbs since the end of April. And it had crushed me in many ways.
Was PCOS really going to get the best of me...again??
Should I switch to this keto diet? Paleo?
Is it time to give up eating??😩
Should I be working out more?? Omg I OBSESSED.... So here is what I did.
I accepted where I was at.
I accepted the obsessive thoughts.
I decided to give my trusty portion control plan another go.
I decided to give my 30 min home workouts another go.
I added the weights back in (thank you 21 day fix extreme).
I started drinking my shakeology after my workout instead of for breakfast or before bed.
I cut sugar, except fruit (an absolute must for us PCOS girls, sorry 😐).
I cut dairy (an absolute must for us PCOS girls, sorry 😐).
*by cutting sugar, dairy, and sticking to my portion control, my food choices were naturally lower carb foods.
I'm down 5.2lbs in 6 freaking days.😱 Don't tell me my diet has to be crazy hard to follow with all kinds of rules and calculators and whatever else is popular today.
Don't tell me I have to work out for hours and hours a day doing crazy long stints of cardio in the gym.
Don't tell me my superfood dense shake has too much sugar or that I can't eat fruit.
This literally was a product of creating a meal plan, doing meal prep, NOT cheating and deciding that I can do whatever I want even though I have hormone issues, and doing 30 min of working out from home every day this week.
It CAN be done.
We need to break out of the denial.
If you need someone to hold you accountable, I'm your girl. Comment below if you want more info on the plan I follow!