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Publisher: Sweet Tooth Sweet Life - A Love of Food, Fitness, & Fashion
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    Welcome to Sweet Tooth, Sweet Life. My name is Courtney, I’m 30 years old, and I live in Upstate, NY. I have a huge interest in healthy living, food, fitness, and fashion. IMG_2045 I began writing this blog as a way of documenting my daily eating and fitness routines, to show that a healthy, balanced lifestyle is attainable for anyone. I love making healthy meals, baking sweet treats, and experimenting with new foods. I never deprive myself of my favorite indulgences, but am constantly striving to maintain an overall healthy attitude about food, fitness, & life. IMG_0101 Background I was not always the healthiest person. During my high school years, I kept up a fairly active lifestyle, participating on volleyball, bowling, and softball teams. However, when I wasn’t playing sports, my time was often spent lounging on the couch, watching soap operas & MTV, or slouched in front of my computer screen. I paid zero attention to true hunger cues, and often ended up eating out of the mere sake of boredom. My food choices were not exactly the healthiest either: cosmic brownies & zebra cakes were the name of the game. I always struggled with body issues, but often dealt with them by continuing a cycle of unhealthy eating. As I transitioned into college, things remained pretty much the same, until I started living on campus. All of a sudden, I was exposed to an endless supply of food, through popular dining hall favorites like pasta, cookies, and ice cream. Sure, I ate my fruits and veggies too, but knowing all of these treats were so immediately at my disposal made it very difficult to resist temptation. It wasn’t until my senior year in college where I started to become somewhat interested in exercising. My roommate, Eileen, would often hit up the gym on campus, and I’d occasionally tag along. I liked it, but not enough to go on my own. My body issues began taking over my life. Once college was over, it was time for the real world, and that’s when things started to get shaky. My boyfriend and I were having some serious issues, and we ended up deciding to take a break. I was completely devastated. The guy I’d dated since I was 15, the guy I loved, was now no longer a part of my life. All of a sudden, I was in a situation that I felt I could no longer control, and I turned to some bad habits, which I just recently opened up about here and here. It was hard to break free of that place in my life, but I know now that I am a stronger, healthier person for having gone through it. Everything happens for a reason. It’s funny, really, how life has a way of working itself out. Just as my body issues started to become almost too intense to handle, my “guy” and I found our way back to each other. Once that happened, my life took a complete 180. Sure, it took a while to transition back to some healthier habits, but I was no longer alone in my fight to become my healthiest, happiest self. And I am happy to say that I now have the pleasure of calling that “guy” my husband.
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