Posted in For the love of food, For the love of the body, Goal Setting, Personal Development, This is MY YEAR

The scales won this battle 

Well I weighed myself today. I did so well during the week and didn’t weigh myself once. That is huge for me having weighed myself daily like a silly goose. Last night I decided I needed to know where I was at. I struggle to see whether  I am doing well or not. I could see my tummy changing but felt my diet and exercise regime wasn’t tight enough. 

The unknown can send me down a bad path. This is evidenced by my lack of jumping on the scales in periods of massive gain. 

So I weighed in a week early and boy am I glad I did.

Weight loss this week: ⬇️ 1.2Kg

Weight loss so far: 10.8Kg


Hips: ⬇️ .5cm

Waist: ⬇️ 2.5cm

Things I did this week:

Wore a Fitbit and aimed for 8,000 steps


TIFFXO workouts

Ate good nutritious food and plenty of it. We even went out for a lovely Mother’s Day lunch and I shared a dessert with Matisse. Totally ate most of it! 

Had 1TBS Apple Cider Vinegar everyday

This is MY YEAR!



Hi! I'm Kate, I hail from Melbourne with my three loves, Willow, Matisse and my husband Dan. I enjoy staying active, attempting to be crafty, discovering new recipes and fun things to do with my daughters. I have found that becoming a mum has tapped in to this raw positive energy that I never knew I had. In this weird new world I live in I've found that I need to look after myself more to keep myself healthy and be a positive role model for the littler ones. Keeping this in mind has kept me on track to create the best me and be a better Mum. Well it's a work in progress but we all need to aspire to something right? I am also a writer, chugging away at that elusive novel but now is the time people. I am writing and you get to hear all about it, just joking, I won't bore you with that. If you want to know where I'm at please feel free to ask it might give me a boot to get me going in my less motivated of moments. I'm passionate about women's rights, equality, children's rights and mental health. I want to say social justice as a whole but it is so broad. I believe we all have the right to be the best that we can. I look forward to getting to know you all and sharing my crazy life.

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