Here are my personal reasons on why losing weight is hard.

1. FOOD – The most challenging part for me is quitting on rice. All my life ive been consuming white rice daily! that’s every three meals then i suddenly stop. I know it’s unhealthy and alternative sources of good carbs are everywhere but they’re just no comparison with white rice. Maybe it’s because of the sugars in it?


How could you possibly not give in to a bowl of bibimbap? Or a good serving of rice and freshly cooked chicken adobo? Tell me please.

2. EXERCISE – Not exactly exercise but the time management. I work in a hospital pharmacy and my schedule is not constant so my pattern changes every single day. making time for daily workouts is tough. im already tired from work, i don’t want my body to suddenly collapse. I really dont know what to do with this

3. HANG OUT DAYS – Cmon! Would I really eat salad for lunch if my friends ordered pizza?



Imagine your friends chatting around enjoying a slice or two while you’re munching on your greens like a goat. Plus salad and beer don’t really match.



4. PCOS – For those who do not know what this is, it means polycystic ovarian syndrome meaning i have a problem with my hormones. Many women have pcos and im unfortunately one of them. I have medications to control my hormones and my constant craving for sugar but it just cant stop it sometimes. The doctor said if i won’t change aka unhealthy food and inactive lifestyle the longer time it’ll take for my pcos to get better.

These are my daily struggles to the road of success. I’ve been really trying my best to change for the better tho I don’t know when i’d reach my goal of being healthy but little by little i can see the changes in my body and my mood too 😊 I just have to stick to my plan and fight temptations. Positivity always! 👍


3 thoughts on “Challenges

  1. dray0308 says:

    I came across your page while conducting a tag search for “health.” I have mentored and coached many people through the hardships of losing weight. You expressed frustration with developing a workout schedule and I have a solution that has worked for every single person I have coached. Keep it very simple and commit to walking 5 minutes every day. If you want to do more then do more, but commit to 5 minutes each day. It is easy, doable and can be completed any time of the day or night. I think too many of us set unreasonable goals which leads to frustration and disappointment. This process should be enjoyable so develop a plan that allows you to develop confidence and experience small successes! Good luck!

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