Some people were concerned about how ripped the LTL ladies are. Here's the thing, Live the Life is about getting your best body. Those ladies want superior muscle. I want a very lean, very strong, very healthy body. I don't feel the need for the veins and all, but their program has gotten me going in the right direction, for the first time.
Also, they really do equip you well with how to keep implementing the program in your life, even after your 12 weeks are up. If you choose to have them continue to generate your meal plans and workouts, they can do that for you.
I did it! I made it 12 weeks without sugar, and got within 10 lbs of my goal weight! It's totally worth it! You know that saying, "Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels"? Well, I don't know that I completely agree with it. It's really about the taste, it's more about nothing is as good as knowing that you're taking care of yourself and giving yourself a treat that will satisfy WAY more than junk food ever will.
On Monday, I started a challenge to go "sugar-free" for 12 weeks--that will land me around Dec. 19th. The challenge also requires that I exercise for 2-3 days a week, minimum. I've accepted the challenge and I want to do well. Will you do it, too? :) Visit the Kristi Approved Blog to learn more about it.
Wow, at the end of last week and early this week, Sam had mono. Isn't that special? It's not so bad for little kids as it is for teens and adults. However, we still had to keep him home so he wouldn't share. How does a 3 year old get mono? Don't know...the incubation is 4-8 weeks. Oh well, I guess it was his turn again. His fever is gone, and so is the swelling in his lymphs in his neck. I'm just hoping that in a month or two, we won't have any new cases in the family!