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  • Writer's pictureKristyl Neho

My Six-Month Challenge to Physically transform my body


Welcome to my journey of transformation! I am currently 18 days into my six-month challenge to make consistent choices and transform my life for the better. Although I am still in the early stages, I wanted to share my experiences, lessons learned, and the impact these consistent choices have already had on my life.


Setting the Stage:

Just 18 days ago, I made a decision to prioritize my health and well-being. I had already begun my 88 day challenge to start walking minimum 10,000 steps a day and to go sugar free to name a few things. However I was tired of feeling stuck and unfulfilled in my physical appearance and I decided it was time for a change. I set clear goals for myself, including improving my physical fitness, adopting healthier eating habits, and cultivating a positive strong mindset.


Consistency is Key:

Throughout these 18 days, I have come to realize that consistency is key. Every day, I make a conscious effort to make better choices. This means sticking to a healthy eating plan, incorporating regular exercise into my routine, and taking time for self-care. It hasn't always been easy, but I remind myself of my goals and the long-term benefits of these choices. I also tried to learn something every day that will help me on the physical transforming of my body and my mind. 


Healthy Eating Habits:

One of the first areas I tackled was my diet. I committed to nourishing my body with wholesome, nutritious foods. Definitely has not been easy but I have been trying my best to learn better habits. I actually don't really enjoy eating. This happened after getting gastric sleeve and also I can't actually get in a lot of food. I have been looking at what I can to help fuel my body better and to help me on the physical changes. 


Exercise and Fitness:

In addition to improving my eating habits, I have been incorporating regular exercise into my routine. I started with simple activities like walking and gradually increased the intensity. I started increasing the number of steps I do a day to an average of 20k steps. I started hiking up hills and from yesterday I started working out at the gym using body weight as well as weights. This is included strength training to cardio. I am challenging my body a little bit everyday and pushing myself to new limits. I am starting to feel a boost in energy and mood.


Mindset and Self-Care:

Transforming my life isn't just about physical changes; it's also about cultivating a positive mindset and prioritizing self-care. I have been practicing gratitude, mindfulness and getting clear on what I want in my life and what it will take to get there. I make time for activities that bring me joy and relaxation, reading, singing meditating, and spending time in nature. Taking care of my mental and emotional well-being is just as important as taking care of my physical health. I've currently been going through some massive changes in so many areas of my life it's been overwhelming so really working on my mindset as being everything to me at the moment. 


Results and Reflections:

Although it has only been 18 days, I am already to see some positive changes. I feel more motivated, focused, and optimistic about achieving this challenge. I have noticed small improvements in my physical fitness and overall well-being. These early results are encouraging and fuel my determination to continue making consistent choices.


Being 18 days into my six-month challenge to transform my life has been an exciting and empowering journey so far. Through consistent choices in my diet, exercise routine, and self-care practices, I am already experiencing positive changes. This journey has taught me the importance of consistency, determination, and self-belief. I am excited to see what the next five and a half months will bring. If I can do it, so can you. Start making those consistent choices today and join me on the path to transformation.



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