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Amanda Molesa

Life's Journey through my eyes

Motivated Mama – Ready? Set. Go!

Thinking of starting a “Motivated Mama” line to my blog. It’s been so long since I’ve written anything I think this may keep me motivated to write more often.
Today I begin a new chapter of my life. Being 31 weeks pregnant with our 3rd child, a daughter this time :) , I have decided to get healthy. So far during this pregnancy I have done and ate whatever I please and I am ashamed. I have not taken care of myself and I am motivated to do better now. It’s never too late to change. I have approximately 9 weeks until she (Rachel) arrives and that is plenty of time to turn things around.
The Plan: My plan is 1)Not to go on a diet. This is not recommended for pregnant women because of the lack of vital nutrients to the baby. 2)Exercise daily. OK maybe I will give myself a break one day a week, probably Sundays. I will do this fabulous 10 minute workout routine I found online for pregnant girlies on Mon, Wed, and Fri., and then I will do kettlebell swings on Tue., Thur., and Sat. I will take a nice about a mile walks with my boys in our wonderful new BOB duallie jogging stroller, that my sweet husband got for me so I would exercise more, as often as I like in addition to the other workouts.3)Eat Healthy. I will eat better not only for my body’s sake but for Rachel’s sake, too. I will eat more protein and a balanced diet including whole grains, fruits, lots of veggies, and beans. I will not eat junk food every day. And I will not count calories.
I want to be able to have my ideal birth and doing the above plan is critical to me being able to do so. I want another natural, vaginal delivery. I cannot do that if my body is in terrible shape and I’m too fat to get the job done. My labor with Luke was long and hard and I need some stamina! I will not let myself and my daughter down. I refuse to be the reason that things don’t go the way I want them to. So, with the help and encouragement of my sweet husband, and guidance from the Lord I will do this. I can and should do anything I set my mind to. There are no excuses.
Lots of people believe that when a woman is pregnant she shouldn’t be very active and she should “eat for two”. These are blatant lies. I will overcome the stereotype and I will prove to myself and everyone else that just because you are pregnant doesn’t mean you are disabled or have to get fat. Good health is vital. Child birth is an incredibly difficult task that you should have your body strong enough to handle. I will be strong. I will deliver my baby. And we will be healthy.

So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.
1 Corinthians 10:31

About The Author

I am a graphic design student at Wilkes Community College. This semester I am in a photography class and this website is serving as my photo journal for now. In the future I will be posting more of my graphic designs in order to make this more of a portfolio. I hope you enjoy !


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