September Goals

Good Morning!

Have you started thinking about your goals for the new month? Setting realistic, measurable, and observable goals can really help you stay on track and accountable for your healthy lifestyle. So take a few minutes and think about one or even a few! Set yourself up for success!

I’ve decided to share my goals for this month and I would LOVE to hear yours! Continue to text me or email me your thoughts! Ooooooor just post it here in a comment below so we can ALL work together and cheer each other on to the end!



Good Night

Came across this graphic and thought I would share it with all of you. It’s very important for your physical AND mental health that you get an adequate amount of rest each night.

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Good night eatsquat friends ❤

Mind the Gap.

I’ve recently become more aware of this “thigh gap” phenomenon. Do you know what it is? Well I heard it on KTLA 5 morning news a few months ago, and then started hearing women talking about it around me (at least I suddenly started hearing it, probably since I had just become aware of the idea), and then came across it online.

So apparently there’s been a rise in the amount of women, especially young ladies and teens, seeking plastic surgery to create a gap between their thighs! The same gap seen on Victoria Secret models, and other models for that purpose. You know what I’m talking about! That space between their legs that’s about 2-3 inches of thin air which you could see right through!


This is crazy to me! I mean, ok, I can understand not wanting fat or jiggly thighs. I can understand not wanting thighs that rub together. But plastic surgery for a gap like this? So unrealistic! You do know they go on 10 day liquid diets before runway shows such as these right?! I rather eat and have my thighs!

Thighs can be a difficult area to target, slim down, and tightened! That’s for sure! But it’s possible! Create your own natural healthy gap ladies! I’ll post exercises on this next!

Below is one of the articles I came across. It actually clarifies that there has NOT been a rise in the demands for this procedure, but rather that it has ALWAYS been popular.