Sunday, February 11, 2007

Embracing Your Inner Athlete.

As a child I swam like a fish, played tennis, rode horses, and even took figure skating lessons. So when did I stop enjoying sports and label myself "no good" at physical activity?

There is more to this weight loss challenge than meets the eye. Part of this challenge is changing the way I eat, another part is changing the way I move, and I have the support of Lilian and Paul to help me with those. The last part is changing the way I think, and I am the only one who can do that. I have always defined myself as an intelligent woman, loyal friend, and creative soul. There are many things that I am good at, but I have never considered physical activity to be one of them.


  1. Anonymous12:59 p.m.

    Kat - thanks for the info on the enell bras - i think i'm going to order one.

    Also, you're weight loss journey post-pregnancy is really inspiring! The best part about your blogging is that you're brutally honest, and it's really refreshing. We gotta blog about the up's and down's, you know?

    I've got about 50lbs to lose (argh!), and I'm trying not to get overwhelmed and am doing it one pound at a time.

    As I said, your writing is amazing, and you're a real inspiration.

    Keep it up!

  2. Anonymous1:00 p.m.

    Sorry kat - forgot to sign the above comment!


  3. Good for you Kat ! I bet you feel incredible working out the way you are. I had a trainer for awhile a couple years ago and would have loved to have kept it up but it was super expensive !

    More Max pictures please.... I miss the