My story: Day 3⠀ ⠀ Moving from Holland to the Uk I ended up in a small village first where I couldn’t join a gym, the family where I was an au pair was vegetarian and because of my ex-boyfriend as well I became vegetarian too. I became even more obsessive and started counting calories but I had no idea how much should I eat so I gathered some very bad information from the internet and I was barely eating anything more than 8-900 kcal a day. Then over the weekend I had binges
Let’s start it from the very beginning: I was always a bit fatter than my classmates at school, which always left me with a low self-esteem, low self-worth. Everyone was skinny and size 6-8 but I wasn’t, everyone else was able to run and loved sports but I hated it. All I loved was singing and painting. On top of this, I didn’t learn good eating behaviour from my mum as she was obese and has always battled with her weight. Whenever I felt low and depressed I ate, which in my
Some people change easily but some take time and more hard work to change their old, and deep-rooted behaviours. This little article might going to give you a bit more understanding: Why people relapse? Why many people gain so much weight after their diet? If you want to have a long lasting change in your behaviours and habits then it is time to look at how your mind works and change it from the bottom. If you want to change your old behaviours so that you don’t have to yo yo
I am beyond excited to announce the start of my website. We have been working on it for a while to give you the best experience and the most information. You can find few things about me in the "about " section but I thought I will introduce myself a little bit more.
I am originally from Hungary and I came abroad when I was 19, and basically that's when I started my fitness journey. At the beginning I was just the same as you, I didn't have a clue what to do and it took me a