Pics and Video
This is me, Shelby, just around the time I was starting my journey to lose 100 pounds in one year. I was smiling but not very happy on the inside.
Here’s me gettin’ my groove on when I was about 14 years old. That spunky has always been inside, now I’m just learning how to bring her back out.
When my hubby saw this picture, he said “Whew, I didn’t know John Deere’s had sirens!”
Starting to enjoy having a body that can take me places. Here I am hiking to a wild hot springs, tucked two miles inside a rocky
Beginning to feel good in my skin again. Here are two silly moments:
Midnight Rhubarb Rescue
Sipping my first bubble tea
My strong heart and robust muscles can get me way back into the woods now! Here’s hubby and I hiking the Jewel Basin area.
I’m gaining body confidence. I can tell because I get zany ideas like this glow-in-the-dark body paint (Valentine’s 2014 gift to hubby). Tip: be sure to use paint from the adult store. I didn’t and got quite a toxic reaction from all my fun.
Bodacious girls can have all sorts of fun when they feel like their best selves:
Not afraid to strike a Yoga pose at any moment.
Biking Glacier National Park (15 miles UP HILL all the way, baby!)
Over the next year, my mental health took a dive and I lost a lot of ground. But, I got back up (click here to read how). I ramped up my movement and was able to hit this high water mark above Missoula.
“Understand why you eat; it will transform how you eat, which will change what you eat.”
— Shelby Humphreys