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As I told you last week, I’ve been making some radical changes.
I’ve eliminated soda, coffee, alcohol, and pretty much all processed foods. (I don’t think the coffee is going to be a permanent change after this month. I’m warning you now.)
I’ve also changed my diet in pretty big ways.
But that’s not all! I’m not participating in any challenges from work, but I’m still working out every day. That’s right everyone! I haven’t been this active for 10 years! So the truth is, even if it’s been a decade, there are ways to start getting active.
That’s not to say I started running 5 miles every morning. I’ve actually started doing yoga in the comfort of my own home. The gradual build is important to me.
I know I’m not the only one in the world who doesn’t want to put her struggle on display, but there are ways to start without witnesses.