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MY Transformation

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The pic on the left is 1 week postpartum (July 31).The pic on the right is 3 months postpartum (Oct 27).

Do I show this to brag? Heck no!!!
Am I perfect? No!!

Did I work out every single day? No

Did I eat ice cream last night for dessert? Yes!! 😳

These results are from an 80% clean meal plan, shakeology daily and Body Beast workouts.

I’m a work in progress and I’m okay with that!

Progress not perfection!

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Postpartum Depression

I gave birth to my precious baby boy Bennett almost 2 months ago- July 22, 2015.

We have been absolutely overjoyed and very in love with him!

Lily has been an amazing big sister, (a little overbearing), but amazing.

Unfortunately, I have been struggling with postpartum depression. I’ve always had issues with anxiety and panic attacks, but depression is new for me.

People don’t understand and have asked me, “What do you have to be depressed about?”

haha…. right? I’m actually a fairly happy person and I have an amazing life! So why AM I depressed?

It’s a hormonal or chemical imbalance. Postpartum depression is more common than many people are aware.

There doesn’t have to be a specific reason for feeling this way. When a woman’s body is pregnant, she has a SURPLUS of hormones. Once the baby is born, the hormones come crashing down and this is why some women may experience the “baby blues”.

Does this mean I love my baby any less? NO

Does this mean I am crazy? Maybe…   haha… NO

I’ve been going through counseling sessions to learn how to cope better with the feelings I’m having… and I can tell that it’s already helping. Exercise is recommended to help treat depression. Good thing I have some awesome workout programs at my fingertips!

I never understood how this was a REAL problem that so many women had. I didn’t think it would happen to me.

If you’ve had a baby, and you’re having feelings of depression, talk to someone! Your family and friends are there for you. Your doctor is there of you. I’m here for you too!

It’s all going to be ok. Asking for help is the first step.

The REAL reason I didn’t start working out until NOW!

So, all my life I’ve been slim. When I was younger, people would tell me to “just eat” and that I was too skinny. I’ve never had to worry about my weight and I’ve always been able to eat what I wanted (not fair, I know.)

I was on a “workout kick” in high school- working out at the gym every day when I was 16 and 17. The only thing I didn’t like about working out was that it made me gain weight, and I didn’t to gain weight. I was gaining muscle- my legs were getting bigger and I didn’t like it. I was also more hungry, so I was eating more, and I was eating all the wrong stuff! Fast food and cookies!

I didn’t work out again until I was an adult. I was never able to really get into a routine. Within 6 months from the time I got married, we decided to try for a baby. I gained about 10 pounds when I went off birth control and was able to get pregnant pretty quickly. I was still thin, and didn’t gain more than 30 pounds throughout my pregnancy.

I lost the baby weight quickly, due to nursing for a year. I also went back to work at 6 weeks postpartum, so I was active every day. I did not work out at all, and was able to lose baby weight and then some. I now weigh about 10-15 pounds less than my pre-pregnancy weight.

I started working out consistently in February 2014 when I joined Beachbody as a coach. I am also eating much healthier than I ever have before. I’m not trying to lose or gain weight, just trying to be healthy! The number on the scale is not important. It’s about how you feel, your energy level and your self-confidence. I love the energy that working out gives me and the confidence it gives me! I also love how it makes me appreciate my body and the things I am capable of accomplishing.

Working out because I didn’t want to gain weight was a cop out and a really dumb excuse. I wish I would have realized this much sooner in life! Working out is a great stress reliever and confidence booster, and that’s why I love it!