Happy Wellness Wednesday!

Hi friends!

This week, I made a really important promise to myself; I’m gonna stop complaining, and start acting.

I have been really unhappy with my health, I’ve gained a lot of weight, and can tell in every picture or glance in the mirror. I kept complaining and saying it needed to change but kept getting off track.

I’ve always been the person to tell people “if you don’t like something, change it!” and I’m finally taking my own advice.

It’s time for no more excuses!


I’m waking up at (precisely) 4:06 in the morning, and getting my butt to the gym early. I’m starting with a plan that worked for me in the past and will alter as I go!

Now I have my (very few) followers to hold me accountable –  no more backing out.

I also understand it is extremely important to take care of your mind. I think it’s really important for all of us to take a step back and think about that sometimes.

Stand up for yourself and what you believe in. Take that extra time in the day to relax and do something to unwind. Compliment a stranger on the street or give to a charity (surprisingly enough, things that don’t even benefit me, are the things that make me the happiest).

It’s okay to be sad sometimes, it’s okay to be angry sometimes, what matters most is that you don’t let it ruin you. Keep your chin up, keep your mind positive, and keep moving forward!


Cheesy motivation post over; carry on 🤗

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13 thoughts on “Happy Wellness Wednesday!

  1. bexoxo says:

    I’ve been telling myself the same thing for a few months not… I’ve started researching gyms in my area, but they’re all so expense. I’ll get there one day. Kudos to you, though. 🙂

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  2. Liz Beck says:

    Hi Kasti!
    I’m so glad Erica posted your blog! I agree with you 100 percent that exercise and good health is only successful if you do it for YOU. it’s hard but becomes easier once you begin to see results. I’ve been working out for years, but recently began working out with a personal trainer who taught me the correct way to exercise and also incorporated weights and lifting. It’s really made a huge difference and I’m seeing improvements in a short period of time. Hang in there and persevere–you can do this!

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