~Yes, Yes, and Just Say YES~

If being fit was easy, then everyone would be healthy!

Getting up day after day takes work and determination. You can’t set a time limit on how long it will take you to be fit and then quit once you reach your goal.

Being fit is a lifestyle; when you begin your journey, you will hate it. And that’s when you have to fake like you love, putting on your workout clothes and sweating for 30-60 minutes every day.

No one, and I mean no one, can make you love fitness or even like it. You have to have a come to Jesus moment and realize that you NEED to change.

Yes, changing your lifestyle is going to be hard

Yes, you are going to be emotional because your body is tired

Yes, you are going to want to quit after two weeks

Yes, you are going to think you deserve a cheat day after 30 days

Yes, you are going to think of every excuse why today is not a good day

Yes, you are going to want to take the easy way out (quick-fix diets)

Yes, you are going to restart day one until you get your nutrition together


Yes, you are going to have to pretend to love working out 

Yes, you are going to work out for 30-60 minutes every day

Yes, you need to surround yourself with like-minded people

Yes, you need to move in order to lose

Yes, nutrition is the key factor to being fit

Yes, 10-minute walks are crucial for your digestion 10 Minute Walks ~Down 10 POUNDS~

Yes, weights will speed up your metabolism


Yes, you can do it 

Yes, I believe in you

Yes, you are stronger than you think


Just say yes to starting again today!

You could have chosen any blog to read, but you chose mine, and I’m honored!


24 Replies to “~Yes, Yes, and Just Say YES~”

  1. Even if it is the afternoon, stay motivated. I am most motivated in the morning but sometimes life doesn’t let you do pt, so you do the exercises in the afternoon. Yes, walking in the morning.

    1. I’m with you, I love working out in the morning but sometimes my day gets away from me and I have to force myself to do an evening workout 😣
      They aren’t as effective but it’s something 😊
      Can’t wait for the weather to turn so I can walk in the morning while the birds chirp 💖💖💖

  2. Wow! Wow! Wonderful post! Dear Belladonna you know how to motivate us.
    We need to believe that we can do it! Great share and advise. Thank’s!
    Have a lovely day!

    1. I hear that!!!!! I used to say I need to stay alive until my kids were grown and able to do for themselves and now I have moved that to my future grandchildren.

    1. Warren that is so true! I can feel like crap and then I workout and feel like a new person. If I could bottle that up and sale it I would be a millionare.

  3. Yes. I admit. Working out is hard. No matter how long you’ve done it, it’s still hard every time you begin your session. I’ve worked out for 10 years 3 days a week roughly 30-40 mins and every week is the same challenge. But i still do it though. Thanks for the message

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