I have to confess, it's the new year and we're all supposed to be motivated to be our best self, but I have to be honest here and say that I couldn't give a rats about how I look right now, it's about feeling better and catching up on lost sleep! That's the priority at this stage!! I'm still breast feeding as so many of the opinions I've read recommend that I should continue for at least a year (minimum) arrgghh.  If it helps Alexa have a great start then i'm going to do it, no question there.

Far out....I never realised how much time I had to myself before my daughter Alexa was born.  Its frightening to think about how selfish I was as time was my own (literally). Does that make me a bad mummy? Maybe, but I do know one thing for sure and that is if I don't do something for myself (quick smart) I'm going to really start to get frustrated with my new life "as a mummy".  20 years on my own with Dallas has been an amazing time, but throw a little one into the mix, it's a time of much reflection and selflessness.  Don't get me wrong, I LOVE being a mummy more than ever, but it does provide me with a whole new perspective (being almost 40yrs old) about what's important in life and what I need as a human being to be the best person/mummy/motivator and role model I can be for the long run.  Doing everything for your kids is one thing but losing who you are and what you love doing in that process is not something I am prepared to give up, so here goes the getting in shape (for myself) journey!! 

 I hope that you will embark on this journey with me and that you'll hang around for the highs, the lows and everything in between. I'm also hoping that I can help some of you cut through the BS of information out there from so many so called "experts" who are nothing more than science boffins wanting to

Dont get me wrong, I love people who are passionate about their opinons, but please, spare me the BS