Hi Bianca, I think anything you put your mind to you will be able to accomplish. I would suggest finding something that helps you get on a routine to help with eating right and daily exercise. There is a new program coming out called 21 Day Fix- (http://www.beachbody.com/product/fitness_programs/21-day-fix-simple-fitness-eating.do ) which helps you learn healthy eating habits and portion control as well as daily exercise videos. This would be a good place for you to start to get back on the right track. Check out Pinterest for your daily motivation too! I also go on there when I feel down and not in the mood to work out.View Thread
I usually like to eat something with protein, so I like peanut butter with banana is usually my go to. I also love making smoothies that I can take with me on my way to work! It's quick and easy, I also like to make egg whites on the weekend when I'm not in such a rush. View Thread
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