What you don't want to know about Kimmie ;-)

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Hot Springs, AR, United States
I'm engaged to the love of my life and we both just happen to be spankos. I met him on Fetlife and have been with him since August 5, 2010. Spankings are a pretty regular thing for me these days! We've made a few videos which are available on Spankingtube. We enjoyed making them and we hope to make more someday! Anyhow, I love being spanked (well, sometimes I don't...depends on why I'm getting spanked)!! I am a Senior Psychology major and plan to get my Master's Degree someday! I also love to write short stories and poetry. Dance in the rain. Listen to music, Play around on the internet, Blog, and most importantly, have fun! kinkylynxproductions@gmail.com

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Things that hold me back.

I miss being spanked, A LOT. It drives me absolutely insane some days. I'm tired of my lack of self-esteem holding me back. I'm tired of feeling too fat. Even though I'm really not that overweight, but compared to all of the spanking models out there, I really am. I want to lose a little weight to feel healthier and better about myself. I have access to a treadmill. Now, the question is, what is the best exercise regiment to go about doing this? Are there any tips or tricks that anyone could give me? I know, I know, walk. You know what I mean. Help? Please? I'm totally new at this.



Aslyn said...

Well, as always, it's best to start light. If you're looking to lose weight, I'd start by re-examining your diet: it may simply be that you're eating more fat and protein than you need, and it thus gets added to other areas (some of which are good :p). But if you're thinking exercise regime, start with shorter runs more often (say, five minutes 2-3 times a day) and then gradually increase the time as your stamina builds.

ALWAYS remember to warm-up and warm-down, mind you - it'll help ease the muscle tensions and let you exercise more, purely because you'll feel like you can, rather than limping around in sheer agony. Also, you can use a lot of stretches to improve your flexibility and muscle strength - squats, lunges, push-ups, sit-ups etc.

Plus, it helps to have something to work towards, that can help you gauge where you're at. When I was in University, I joined a Martial Arts club and soon found out how unfit I was, simply through the regular barrage of different exercises and tasks. But as I got fitter, I found it all much easier, and got a better idea of where my strengths and weaknesses were, as well as had an obvious way to see how I was getting on. Might be worth giving that a shot ;)

Bonnie said...

Hi Kimmie!

It's wonderful to hear from you again.

I tend to approach this question from a different angle. Rather than becoming the person you wish you could be, I believe it's more valuable to recognize the beauty in the person you already are.

Sure, you could drop a few pounds, and you probably will, but you'll still be the same person. Why not celebrate that interesting, cool, clever, kinky woman today. It's perfectly OK to share yourself with the world just as you are. When you walk and speak with confidence, it's remarkable how many people take notice.

The delicious spanking you seek is out there, along with a special someone to deliver it again and again. I think your next step is to grant yourself permission to enjoy life today (because it will never be someday).

I wish you the very best with your quest. Please feel free to write me or stop by my blog anytime!


Aslyn said...

Good thoughts, Bonnie.

Kimmie said...

**I'm SO SO SO sorry these replies are so uberly late!**

Aslyn: Your right, looking at my diet is a key factor. I'm not exactly the best at keeping up with what I eat. It just seems like so much work to read the labels on the food! :P Thank you for the tips, I will start researching it all. As far as the exercise goes, I tend to only want to exercise when I'm really stressed out (if then, honestly). Therefore, I end up over doing it and "limping around in sheer agony," as you so nicely put it. I know that I need to build muscle, I can tell that I've lost a bit. :( You unfit? PLEASE! But, yeah, I know what you mean. You can look in amazing shape and really not be at all. I'm not sure that I'm up for joining any clubs at this point but I will start with baby steps and I will get there. :) How's that for optimism? ;)

Bonnie: Hi! So good to see you again too. I've missed your blog! :) You are right, I do need to learn to love myself and my own beauty. I do believe that I'm a good person inside and cute outside...but I want to be more. And I need to learn to love myself more than I already do, as well. Perhaps I do need to start acting more confident, even if I don't feel it. One of my greatest fears is just letting my life slip away, and I already have in so many ways...one of those being by not getting myself out there already! I don't want to waste away. Thank you so much for your thoughts, Bonnie. :)