I've spent a lot of time over the last 8/9 years thinking I was too big and trying to get back to my pre-uni size 10. I almost got there once but it was super unsustainable. So instead, with my change in focus to lifting not cardio and trying to eat more real food and fuel my body I am seeing sustainable changes. All the curves coming out to play.
However I will always have big beautiful soul crushing thighs (what else could balance out my E cups!!). And why would I want to change them! They carry me through life excellently, my soul crushers. Who needs a thigh gap. This is the way I am and I love it.
Shout out to @nlhfit for the post inspiration
For about ten years, all I did was eat, sleep and work. Eventually it caught up and I had a major burnout. I felt exhausted, depressed and dead inside, like a shell of a person. Over the past 6 years, I have slowly introduced some balance into my life and started actually doing all the things that I kept meaning to do, instead of having a rolling 'one day' list. I bought a camera first and started getting in to photography. That inspired me to get back into art. I jumped onto every dairy industry committee I could, and now work as a part time volunteer director on one. I kept on meaning to volunteer on a local Country Fire Service brigade, so late last year my partner and I did. And a few months ago I decided that the last missing link to feeling like a well rounded human being was to get into shape, and I discovered Powerlifting. Life isn't perfect, and there are always excuses for not doing the things you want to do. But sometimes you just have to make the time. You only live once. Stop talking and start doing. You won't regret it. 😚💪💕🐄📷🚒💯🔥