Social media can be a tricky thing. You see a before and after photo like this and it's SUPER easy to assume the journey was quick and easy and picture perfect.
WELL, rarely is that the truth.
Lisa M lost 43 lbs and has kept it off for years. And I think her mindset made a difference.
"Avoid the comparison trap. Social media makes it easy to see what everyone else’s highlight reel looks like, but it rarely encompasses the day-to-day struggles of improving your health or being a mom. Focus on following body-positive moms who aren’t afraid to get real."
It's a journey, that's for sure! That's why even 5 years later, I love the online accountability groups. Knowing I'm IN THIS with a fit tribe makes all the difference. <3
💪🏼 Fitness programs that work
🍎 Good nutrition
& accountability & support 👯
Not to mention that money back guarantee if you DON'T get your results you want 🙀👏🏼
I don't see many other things that offer all that. ;)
And really, this is how I got started myself!
It’s crazy to think how this little thing called social media has influenced my health.
I saw one random post from a stranger. I stalked this stranger for over four months 😂, drawn in by transformation photos and consistent workout check ins.
& from that, hope was born, BELIEF, that I too could transform my life and lose weight.
& I did. 🙌🏼
Thru social media I then connected with other fit friends. 💃🏼 Formed a Fit Tribe Community where I’m able to stay accountable & connected to ladies all across the country who are fitting in THEIR fitness everyday, too.
Social Media can be lame sometimes. I won’t deny that. Lol. BUT I’m pretty dang grateful for it too. 🙏🏻 I don’t feel I would have STARTED, or STAYED, on this journey without it. 📲👯♀️
Please know this girl, if YOU’VE been watching and wanting to jumpstart a fitness program, let’s chat. Don’t stalk for four months 😂. Four months from now you could have HEALTHY HABITS in place! There are several options I can share with you, even free options. There’s no need to go about this alone. 🙅🏼♀️