Change…not a word many people like.  But it was something I knew I needed to do.  I felt apprehensive about change.  Who doesn’t?  However, the weight had inched its way on my body and I knew it would be a huge struggle in getting it off!  If I didn’t take action NOW, I knew it was just going to get worse.  So, I put my ‘big girl panties’ on and did what had to be done.  I got a membership to the local ladies gym.  Over the next several months, I’ve had some amazing results from the small changes I have made.  I want to share these changes with you over the next few weeks in hopes to encourage and inspire you to make whatever changes necessary in order for you to improve your health.  Here is How Health Is Bringing My Bodacious Back .

Getting healthy doesn't mean a complete overhaul of your lifestyle. Here is How Health Is Bringing My Bodacious Back without major changes. Christian health habits.

The Low Down

I am not a ‘health nut’.  Gluten-free, dairy-free or vegan (oh, those poor plants!) diets are not my style.  Counting calories, eating low-taste diet foods and weighing portions is not going to work in my family.  

Bac’n Puffs is still a weekly snack for me – no shame!  Home-made donuts were on the menu a couple of weeks ago…and I ate them – without guilt!  

I enjoy my food, especially my hubby’s cooking.  He knows how to cook steak perfectly (maybe he will let me share his secrets)!  I used to feel guilty if I enjoyed something like lobster with butter a little too much.  But I don’t anymore.  And neither should you.  Guilt is not of God.  There is only one source of guilt.  And he is not a friend of ours.  He is our enemy. 

Are you ready for some freedom in this area?  

The Plan

There are probably fitness experts out there who are much better qualified than I am in getting you on a strict health path.  Then again, how many of us have the time, energy, money and wherewithal to make those huge changes in their life that would be expected with a health and fitness guru?  Not me, that’s for sure!   

That’s why I am excited to share my simple tips with you.  Things you can easily incorporate into your regular routine.  Small changes that don’t break the bank and just make sense.  Some of my ideas may even SAVE you money!   

Here are some topics I want to cover in this series:

  • Exercise ~ tips for success.
  • Christian Songs for an Epic Workout.
  • Working through discouragement.
  • Changes in eating habits.
  • Things I have tried that work…and some that didn’t.
  • The change that made the difference.

The Biggest Hindrance

We all have varying health issues that may affect our level of fitness and ability to achieve healthy weight loss.  My biggest hindrance has been my thyroid.  My thyroid is underactive, making it easy for me to gain weight and incredibly HARD to lose it.  I have tried so many things to help my problem, which I will get into in a couple of weeks.  And I absolutely can’t wait to share with you what is ACTUALLY working for me – even with my underactive thyroid!  

Are you ready to start a good, healthy life with an easy plan?  Are you willing to make some small changes to help you on your path to health?  If so, then hop on board!!  I’m here waiting for you!

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Aimee Imbeau

Aimee is a wife to an incredible husband, Marcus, and mother to three fabulous children. She works from home as a homeschool support teacher and she homeschools her own children as well. She loves writing abut her faith and decided to give blogging a try in 2013. The rest is history...
  • Adam Luckey

    Good job! Its a big step to make those kind of health changes You are an inspiration to many! I know the biggest challenge in any goal is discouragement. Being able to work through discouragement is key. It is vital we process those emotions and get ourselves back to a place of confident expectation. (Hope) 🙂

    • Thanks, Adam. We do need to learn how to work through emotions like discouragement and disappointment. Sure, we’d love for them to just go away, but that isn’t realistic. And ignoring them is not healthy. It is my hope and prayer that I bring some inspiration to others who struggle – especially with hypothyroidism – it is so frustrating!!