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Anne the Nurse (RN) ICU  Dinosaur Girl.

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Bikini/OOTD. I'm feeling good today, actually. Bikini is from @forever21. And shorts are from summer 2014, actually. And they're fitting nicely. πŸ™ˆ

Having stretch marks never killed anyone. Relax. It ain't worth you time to even think about. Some problems are actually solved by ignoring them. Spend your focus on things you do have control over.

Warm enough for shorts today. β˜€οΈβ˜ΊοΈ

It's really easy to fake it on social media. Stop comparing yourself to images on social media. Most people are at the very least posting the most flattering pics they have. Others are smoothing out imperfections, others are completely reshaping their bodies. Try to be the happiest and healthiest version of YOURSELF. Photoshopping isn't always obvious, not everyone has bendy door jams in the background to make it obvious. Keep your eyes on your own goals. Stay focused. And appreciate how far you've come. Picture courtesy of @ashleybarron.fitness. Thanks for the reality check. ❀️

I can't take this. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ turn the sound ON! πŸ”ŠπŸ”ŠπŸ”Š

Outfit of the day. Levis, classic tee, Frye booties. Mink lashes are from Amazon. Lips are The Balm "Sincere". 😘#ootd #outfitoftheday #motd #nofilter

Another prime example that body composition is much more important than weight. Weight only tells you about your gravitational relationship to the earth. Body measurements and body fat percentage give a much better indication of progress and our level of fitness/health. Keep moving forward and pushing on despite what the scale says. Thanks @adrienneosuna for the pic, gorgeous! ❀❀❀

Outfit of the night. #ootn #latergram #lastnight

Couldn't figure out which filter was best. 1,2, or 3? πŸ’πŸ»πŸ’πŸ»πŸ’πŸ» #selfieofthenight.

So excited to be working with @_fitbaby this month. I finally admitted I am in need of professional help to meet my goals. Just remember those of us who have found some success do not have all the answers. I modified my goals from losing weight to body building. Which required me to change my workout routine and eating habits. But I never fine tuned it. Towards the end of 2016 I really lost my way. This year I've been doing better but consistency is still lacking. I'm very spontaneous on my workouts. Working legs as much as possible and upper body when I feel like it. Eating really well all week and then getting sick and eating everything in sight. Alisha has given me a very structured routine tailored to my goals. Having a guide to follow is giving me some accountability. And now I have someone to hound my ass to stay on top of it. I'm also trying something very new- tracking my food! Something I never wanted to do since I lost over 100 lbs eating intuitively. But I have lost sight of my nutrition. So I started tracking the other day which is forcing me to think more carefully before I eat. I'm optimistic I'm going to make some good progress this month.

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