We live in a world attached to social media outlets like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter where many people can reach out to strangers as a way of letting them into their lives. Without knowing it, we most likely judge ourselves and compare ourselves to those people we admire and look up to. While it’s great to have goals and aspirations, this type of comparison can be counterproductive and albeit unhealthy. We may question who we are and how we live our lives because most of us can’t imagine what it’s like to live a “perfect” life. We look at fitness enthusiasts’ Instagram feeds, showing their huge spread of healthy meal prepped weekly menus and think “I can barely even cook my family a meal and have everyone sit together more than twice a week, how can I find time to do that and lose weight?!” I’m here to tell you that you aren’t alone in this thinking.