I don't like selfies. I feel self-conscious. I worry what other people will think of me. I wonder what my husband will think of me. What will the rest of my friends and family think of me? Is it too vain? Am I wrapped up in my own vanity not appreciating what I really have? I am sure many of you have felt the same way. But, I can not see the changes I have made without taking the progress pictures. Sure my gym is not great. The mirrors are not real mirrors, there is no good lighting and I am awkward at selfies, but it gives me guidance. It allows one to see the hard work they have put in. This picture is from a year ago. I have gained weight and changed my shape. Though only noticeable to me, it was enough to send me seeking answers. Why was I tired? Why was I gaining weight? Why were certain foods suddenly causing me issue? I know I am not the only one who has felt this way. So while I work on healing my adrenals, I will work on healing myself. I will change the focus of my workouts from killing myself to finding balance. Balance is the key. Balance and consistency. Healing my adrenals will not happen overnight, but with focus, determination, and balance it will happen.