As Latinas, we tend to be overly partial considering stereotypes. I'm interested in being naughty and edgy.
For years I exercised to be thinner, and I never got the results I wanted. When I finally started working out to be healthier, I saw a transformation. I've even quit weighing myself so I don't obsess over the numbers.
Television has been very good to me. I grew up on it, and it had quite an impact on me. I'm entertaining opportunities that are coming my way.
As I feel this life growing and moving inside of me, all of a sudden everything else is not as important. There's a level of perspective that is changing.
Like everyone, there are times when I just don't feel like exercising. When that happens, I'm a bit more careful with my diet. But on days I really want a treat, like chocolate, I work out a little harder. I don't believe in beating myself up for not being 'good.'
My mother was a very hard-working maid, and their stories are worth telling.
Something as unique as 'Scrubs' is a tough act to follow. It's hard to find something that good that you want to really make a commitment to.
I've never loved spending time on the machines at the gym. But I have discovered an exercise regimen I can dedicate myself to: yoga. It's changed my body.
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