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Hi everyone! 

Some of you may have been following me since I started my fitness journey in 2013 and some of you may be brand new to me and my social media platform. Either case, I want to thank you for following along with me and my life.

I will be completely honest, for a two year period of my life I was absolutely obsessed with fitness. What began as something personal for me and that I enjoyed sharing became an obsession with body image and a dis-concern for everything else around me. I did not realize how deep into it I was until my Mom's passing and I started to examine how I lived my life and if it was a lifestyle that I truly even enjoyed. Competing is a bittersweet experience, although I learned a lot and was able to push myself mentally and physically in ways I never did before- it did more harm than good for me and my life. It has been three years now since I competed and I am proud to say that I am finally healthy and happy mentally, emotionally and physically.

I love being able to share many aspects of my life with you all and it makes me happy when people tell me that they can relate to me outside of fitness. Whether it be sharing the pain of losing a parent, sharing the joys of a healthy relationship or sharing the pain of unhealthy ones- I feel that we are all connected somehow and all walk similar paths in life.

When I first began this segment of my blog, I was not sure which direction to take it and what I should post, there are so many different routes I want to take. Then I realized that it does not have to be perfect, it just has to start. Fitness for me has evolved greatly throughout the years and I plan on sharing with you all of it- the good, the bad and the ugly.

If there is anything specific you would like to hear from my journey please leave a comment below.

Thank you for your time, kindness and support. It truly never goes unnoticed. 

In health & happiness,
Anne

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