I'm happy that you're here— let me introduce myself.
I'm Christina. I'm a mother, baker, blogger, photographer, and fitness enthusiast. I've been in the kitchen for most of my life, as my mother and grandma taught me most of what I know. Originally from the Philadelphia area, but now I currently live in Atlanta with my husband and our newest addition, our daughter Elle. But the family wouldn't be complete without our two rescue dogs, Charlie and Wesley.
Being in the kitchen has always been a way for me to get creative and relieve stress— the treats at the end are always nice too! When I'm not in the kitchen, I love HIIT workouts, running, boating on the lake, and exploring all the firsts with Elle.
About Run Lift Eat Repeat
I started Run Lift Eat Repeat in 2015 on Instagram to share my weight loss journey with others and to hold myself accountable. At the time, I was in my mid-twenties, at the highest weight that I had ever been (324 pounds) and was told that I was "Stage 2 Hypertension"— the realization of how unhealthy I was had a profound effect on me. I made the decision to get healthier and document the truth, the fails, the struggles, and the triumphs along the way. Since 2015 I lost 140 pounds and grew mentally, focusing on appreciating the process and self-love. I focus on having a balanced life when it comes to food— the fad diets and restricting yourself is not the answer.
What started as a way to share my journey turned into this blog— where I can share recipes and tidbits of my life. I now share 2-3 recipes per week (a combination of healthier options, easy recipes, and good sweets.)
I truly hope that Run Lift Eat Repeat influences you in a positive way— whether it's looking for a healthier recipe, needing some motivation, understanding that you aren't alone, or just needing someone to relate to after a tough day or week.
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