This post is sponsored by Nokia but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
Being comfortable in your own body is more important than any number on the scale. I had two healthy pregnancies where I gained a normal amount of weight. Both times I was able to lose all but about 10 pounds afterwards. I still felt fine and began to accept my body as the new me. Somewhere over the past year, however, I started making more unhealthy choices that lead to fatigue and overall discomfort. For some people it takes something huge, a tipping point, so to speak in order to make a change. I had my tipping point and needed to make a lifestyle change for me.
As a mom of two little ones, we tend to put our self-care on the back burner and that’s exactly what I was doing. While I didn’t make a New Years resolution, it was around that time that I started making changes in my diet, fitness and sleep habits. I made it a point to start drinking more water (instead of all the coffee), chose healthier breakfast and lunch options and found a great app with customizable workouts that I could do at home.
I also found the Nokia Body+ scale that measured more than just pounds. The Body+ is a great tool for getting to know your body and overall health. The scale pairs with a free Health Mate app and can also sync to MyFitnessPal, RunKeeper, and Nike+ apps. The battery life lasts up to 18 months allowing you to track up to 8 family members and has special modes for pregnancy and babies.
I encourage you to take a step into a healthier you and check out the Nokia Body+ scale. Get to know your body, not just the number. For more information, visit Nokia Health.