"If you sat the old me down and told me "go workout consistently for two years, choose the healthy option 80% of the time, and you’ll weigh exactly the same amount on the scales." I probably would have told you to F off. I was so stuck in the mindset that kgs were everything, and my entire goal was to reach that certain "magic" number, no matter what it took to get me there. It didn’t happen straight away, but slowly over time that mindset finally started to break down. It wasn’t easy — it’s so ingrained into us as women. But slowly, I started to care less about what I weighed, and more about how I felt. It felt good to be strong. It felt good to reach a new fitness goal. It feel good to nourish my body with the right foods and not try to fight off those hunger pangs. I never want to go back to that place, and I don’t want any other women to be stuck there either."