Walking So I Can Walk Down the Aisle

Screen Shot 2014-02-14 at 7.13.34 PMBy Lyndsey Johnson, SA2020 Resolutions Walker Leader (follow her here!)

My bridal photos were last weekend, my wedding is in 2 and a half weeks, and what am I doing? Catching up on Game of Thrones and eating Totinos pizza rolls.

Have I gone on a ridiculous crash diet? Nah. Have I worked my bootay off at the gym every single day? Mmmm, once or twice. But you know what I have done? I’ve walked twice a day, every day.

Well, almost every day. I’ve tried so many different diet and exercise regimens that just thinking about it makes me cringe. Don’t get me wrong, eating healthy feels great, and exercising is an awesome feeling, but having the diet of a rabbit and sweating on the elliptical to the point of fainting is not the best routine for me.

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