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What's my story? 
I've battled obesity since I was a child. I've tried all kinds of fad diets through out the years because I wanted that quick fix, not realizing that yes I lost some weight fast, but I also gained it back fast because it was not a consistent plan. Many of you know may know I lost my daughter three years ago. Her loss impacted me in many ways, including my health. At first it was a roller coaster full of highs and lows. I used food to comfort me at my lows, further making my fight that much harder. I just had a baby boy two months ago, and with the joy some struggle has also come as I tried to deal with many emotions I have pushed back these past few years. I knew I had to do something for my health as I now had two little ones to keep pushing forward for. That's where Beachbody came in. I wanted to try something that I knew would challenge me and would be consistent. Having a new baby at home makes it hard to go to the gym. The 21 day fix program allows me to work out at home daily. Incorporating Shakeology to my nutrition has given me extra energy throughout the days, and has helped with controlling my hunger between meals. My first round of 21 day fix has resulted in a loss of 7 lbs and 8.5 inches, and an increase in energy and confidence. My goal is to continue this journey to better my health and become stronger, as well to help and inspire others to do the same. #thisismystory #whatisyourstory #lifespiration #becauseImatter #youmattertoo

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