Running. Nutrition. Time.

Every mile is a victory

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Don’t think of exercise as burning off food you’ve eaten or plan to eat.

It’s not, “I just burned 80 calories, now I can eat that yogurt tonight guilt-free.”

It’s, “I just burned 80 calories, now I’m going to eat that yogurt to give my body the energy it needs to continue burning fat and building muscle.”

Change your mindset.

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We saw the pediatrician today. Emmalyn is only 8.14lbs. Her dr. Isn’t nervous yet she said. She told me to not lose anymore weight, I can keep exercising but she said breastfeeding women need to be about ten lbs. Heavier than what their pre pregnancy weight was at least until 6 months. Which is what I’m at. She’s not worried at this point because Emmalyn is developing well and even advanced somewhat (holding her head up amazingly well and able to roll from tummy to back since 2.5 weeks) and She is a happy baby. The Dr. Is having me take a supplement that should increase my milk supply by 25% just to be sure we’re doing good and drinking more water even though I feel like I drink gallons. Oh and the supplement will make me smell like maple syrup.