I just wanted to take a moment and thank you all. If I could individually message you all to thank you, I would. I get messages from many of you telling me about how this blog has helped you in your journeys, but you guys have also helped me immensely in my own journey. Every time I feel like giving up, I feel inspired by you guys and running this blog and helping you guys out. 

I know the posts have been very off and on, so thank you for bearing with me as I navigated through college, graduated college, work a full-time job, and focus on my own workouts and health journey. I’m glad that even after 3 years, there’s still so many of you who have stuck around. I promise you, that if your message goes unanswered for awhile, or posts haven’t been updated in a few weeks, I haven’t forgotten about you or this blog! I just always want to make sure I’m doing it right and not half-assing my answers or posts. 

Any free time I have, I will be trying to devote to this blog and my personal journey blog (I update there at least once a week, especially now that I will be half-marathon training again). I’m going to try and queue up some posts and answer some more questions on here in a few hours after I’ve returned from my personal training session.

So once again, THANK YOU ALL!

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obiwansmistress said: I just found our blog, and I'm totally in love with it. 😍😂

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Anonymous said: have you heard of plantar fasciitis? i got this from doing cardio and ive had 3 weeks rest of jumping, cardio and just doing bike riding. its still so bad when i tried bit of running yesturday, i changed shoes and everything. any tips? :(

Have you seen a doctor yet? I would highly suggest going to see a medical professional to rule out any sprains or broken bones. If it is plantar plantar fasciitis, they can give you some ideas for ways to relieve the pain. There are different wraps and heel support insoles you can try as well. 

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Anonymous said: I'm not sure if i have already asked this: When you lose weight, do you lose fat from areas such as your neck and pubic region. I have been losing weight, but extra fat on my pubic region is an insecurity. Will this change as I lose weight, and is there anything I can do to target this area?

You can lose weight there! It’s hard to say because genetics play a role in how fat is stored in your body, but general fat loss can occur just about anywhere on your body! But as you’ve probably heard before, no, you cannot spot reduce or target fat loss. Just trust that as you lose weight, your body will start to change. Love your body regardless! It is an incredible body and all your own :)

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