Here We Go Again

Happy Monday my peeps!
Hope your weekend was fantastic!
You're looking mighty fine today readers!!!

Nothing too eventful about my weekend, so I won't bore you with a recap. I will however elaborate a little bit on a post from last week. You know, the one where I was re-evaluating my life.

So, tonight is The Style Network's premier of Too Fat for Fifteen.
It's a show about teens trying to lose weight.
And so today, I would like to premier the new blog topic here on The Crazy Life of LT. Please join me for Too Fat For 26/27.

a.) I say 26/27 because I'll be 27 next month
b.) I'm too fat for any age of life, but especially for my twenties. I really don't want to look back on my life and see that I spent all of my twenties fat. Really, I have. Since like age 22. Fat, fat, fat.
c.) Every Monday will be a weight loss recap. I promise not to bore you to death on this journey. I don't really want my blog to be all about weight loss, but it's a major factor in my life, and well, this blog is about my life.

Today is day one of no sugar. Yes, no sugar. I've never really been a sugar addict until recently. It's like lately I need dessert every night. Can we say hello to Jell-O 60 calorie sugar free snacks???

I will start with this. I feel like if I slowly start taking things away and finding new, healthier replacements, this journey will be a lot more successful. So this week is sugar. And by sugar, I mean sweets. I'm not ready to start on carbs yet......maybe next week on that one.

This week is strictly getting in the gym every day for 45 min-1hr and no sugar.

***sidenote: the gym regimen is by doctor's orders. my pcos has basically stopped my metabolism, therefore a daily workout is necessary.***

We'll see how this goes! I'm trying to be positive!


  1. good luck - i'm sure you'll do great! Replacing the bad snacks with healthier choices slowly is a great start :) You go, girl!

  2. Whoot! My advice? Take it slow and easy. Habits are hard to break, food habits especially. It takes about one day per year of life to make or break a habit cycle, so if your're 26 years, count on about 26 days of SERIOUS effort to crack the sugar habit. (Ahem, that's why a toddler can seemingly overnight learn a naughty word, but it takes more than two weeks for a middle schooler to stop biting her nails.) Now you know, so don't get discouraged after one week!

    I'm so proud of you and this decision to choose health. I'll be praying for you on this adventure!