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Excuses are the bane of progress. And I get away with them when I am completely exhausted, at which point laziness takes over. In my previous post - Body.com, I talked about my struggles of being the chubby kid from birth and well into my early twenties. Being chubby was something I dealt with because I was just that girl who couldn’t get rid of the weight; until I got a gym membership. With it, I also got myself a personal trainer who helped me work to achieve my health goals and what I wanted for myself. I changed things then; but slowly and unfortunately, I have crept back into that state of “letting myself go”. *SIDE NOTE: while personal trainers might seem like a money waster, investing in someone who knows what they are doing and who professionally works to get people to reach their health goals is a good way to start on the healthy lifestyle path.*

If anything is as guilt-free and makes a day that little bit more special, it's a smile. It's free. It brings the best out in a person. And most importantly, it creates a feeling of warmth and love.