My reflection says that I need to hit the elliptical!

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Every once in a while, I catch a glimpse of myself in the mirror and think in horror, “who is that?!”

Has that ever happened to you? It happened to me today and it didn’t feel very good.

I get dolled up, do my hair, my make up, spritz myself with my favorite perfume, slip on a cute sun dress – I practically live in them – and heels and think I look pretty damn good…until I walk past a window, mirror or other reflective surface and realize that I don’t quite look as fabulous as I feel on the inside.

I wish I could say that I am carrying around a little extra baby weight.

But my “baby” is almost fourteen years old.

The sad reality is that I weigh two pounds more now than I did on the day I gave birth almost fourteen years ago.

I have a bit of a belly. I have a little jiggle when I walk.

And my behind?

Oh boy…don’t even get me started on my caboose.

I see “Mommy Makeovers” on the news all the time because plastic surgery FL is really common. We have a ton of wonderful plastic surgeons that specialize in everything from breast lifts to hiney tucks!

Sometimes I secretly wish I could justify one for myself. But honestly, I am this way not because I gave birth, but because I eat too much and exercise too little.

I need to get back on track with my fitness and weight loss. I need to stop snacking late at night when I can’t sleep…and that sweetened condensed milk I pour in my coffee every morning?

Asta La Vista, baby. I’m about to start drinking a lot more water…

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