7 Ways to Make Your 2014 Fitness Resolutions Actually Stick

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I really like what this article has to say. Most importantly, I’ve always struggled with maintaining both a healthy diet and an exercise regimen. Starting with one (the diet, while I’m still at home without access to gym equipment) and then easing into another once I’ve established a routine seems like a logical way to build a habit.

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What is this blog?!?

This blog will be my diary for the next 365 days. I want to share a variety of things, including:

– recipes for healthy yet tasty food (I am an expert on tasty things, but the healthy part will be a challenge)

– workouts for people at any level of fitness

– stories of inspirational women who are teaching me to focus less on the image in the mirror

– most importantly, the truth about being healthy. It’s not glamorous and shiny, and I don’t expect it to be easy. This site is titled “Never -Ending Struggle Bus” for a reason. It’s going to be dirty and painful and I won’t be able to eat pepperoni pizza or an Italian hoagie for a year, which I am just realizing. But I’m going to do it, and I’m not going to make it sound like any more fun than it is.

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I hate saying, ‘I like exercising.’ I want to punch people who say that in the face.

– Jennifer Lawrence

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