Changing your body and how you look doesn’t make your quality of life better.
If you sit there and think you feel great and have had a good day because you can see your abs or six pack, this isn’t a healthy way of thinking.
I was a person who weighed myself on a daily basis and the number on the scale dictated my life and how my day would pan out. It would dictate what I ate and what social plans I had.
On reflection, this wasn’t healthy nor did it make me feel happy. In fact, I was more lost.
I decided to change my outlook. I trained in ways I enjoyed, ate food that made me feel good, stopped tracking and now living a more balanced life.
Go out there, create a life that enables you to feel your best and make the most out of situations.