A 1930s Homemaker Dress and My Third Week with Personal Trainer Food

This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.

It's been three weeks since I started Personal Trainer Food and I lost more weight again this week on my check in. Personal Trainer Food is really simple to use too. You eat the breakfast, lunch and dinner they send you. For snacks, you can have one apple a day, unlimited eggs, some cheese, certain nuts like almonds and leafy greens. You won't feel hungry because there are a lot of healthy options for snacks but you aren't allowed any sweets at all. And still on week three, I am really having trouble with the cravings. I normally crave something sweet after my dinner so I have my apple then to help.

Exercise on Personal Trainer Food is simple too. They don't want you to break out into any crazy routines. All they ask is to walk 2,000 steps a day. And as someone who works at home, this I can do. I can honestly say that trying to get 10,000 steps a day when you sit at a desk during the day is really hard. When I was trying to make 10,000 steps everyday a few months back, I would have to get out and walk until I was ready to pass out from exhaustion. With just 2,000, I meet that easily and still feel refreshed.

On my check in for this week, I had lost 1 pound since last week. I'm not going to lie and say that I thought that was great because I normally lose a lot more than that. So this week I was a bit disappointed in the results I got. But at least my weight is still going down, slowly but surely!

Right now my current weight is 175.4 which means that I have lost 30.6 pounds since March. One thing I am really enjoying is that I can wear clothes that used to be too tight before. Like this gorgeous handmade homemaker dress from the 1930's. I actually found this in a second hand store about a year ago and fell in love with it. I love the angled neckline which was very typical in the 1930's for homemaker dresses.

For this week's photoshoot, I wanted to do something simple. I love the simple elegance of my 1930's homemaker dress and I really love how it was handmade by someone a long time ago. Since acquiring it, I've been taking extra good care of it since it's so old.

I wanted to wear it to commemorate going over the 30 pound mark. It's a big accomplishment for me and I am very proud. Now I know I can keep losing more to get to my goal next spring.

Make sure to check in with me for my last week update and follow on Instagram to see my progress as well.