I have moved around alot. Love meeting new people. I have been getting better at motivating myself to go running and to the gym but it has not always been easy. I try to eat well and get out. I would like to do more outdoor activities like hiking and kyaking
I've been running for regularly for 2 years and have completed 4 half marathons. But I have been active for years doing aerobics, bike riding and weight lifting.
I am a 23 year-old college student. I love to workout but I also love to eat. Normally, it's only healthy stuff. I don't like fast food too much. My goal is to lose 37 pounds and I want to do it by my next birthday (in 6 months)!
What I will be/things I will achieve:
I want to be 125-130 lbs.
I want to be an awesome dancer. Pro at salsa, merengue and hip hop.
I want to learn jui jitsui.
I want to be able to run.
I want to be good at volleyball.
I want to have better endurance.
I want to be a better daughter.
I want to be more patient.
I want to finish college and get my degree.
I want to pay off the little amounts of debt that haunt me.
I want to start a travel fund and travel to one place every year.
I want to go back to church.
I want to be a more active philanthropist.
I want to be a better example for my two younger brothers.
I want to be a great soccer player.
I want to have awesome, defined abs.
I want to be an example for my friends.
I want to drink less.
I want to be more strong in my faith.
I want to learn to play tennis
I want to learn how to fence.
I want to learn to play piano.
I want to learn to play guitar.
I am a self employed attorney. I am in court daily, since I do criminal defense, and I drive a lot - over 40,000 miles a year. My car always seems to be drawn to drive throughs, (and it doesn't help that I never have time to have lunch). Stress seems to be increasing, since I am taking on more and more work, and yet with court delays, I am out of the office from 8:30 a.m. to 5pm, and then work late to catch up.
I'm also in the middle of a divorce and I feel the stress of that quite a bit.