Working hard everyday for me.
The physical change is the easy part, it’s the mental change that is the hard part of the journey.
Hello, I’m Jennifer Morales. I am not a personal trainer. I am not a certified nutritionist. I am not a certified dietician. I am not a professional chef. I am simply Jennifer who graduated from Cal Poly Pomona with a bachelor’s degree in communications emphasis in journalism. I lost 80 pounds six years ago with the combination of eating a balanced diet and daily exercise, which inspired me to give my tips on how I managed to lose and keep off the weight. You may have seen and read countless healthy eating blogs especially since the fitness world is so popular, but the difference is I am going to lay it out in the way it worked for me.
Throughout the past six years living a healthy lifestyle, I noticed that food is an important factor. Many of my friends and family tell me it’s hard to lose weight because they do not know what to eat. It is true. I have been there thinking eating colorless salads, no carbs, under eating will make lose weight faster. The truth is eating healthily is not dull and depressing, it is actually a way to be creative with your meals.
With that being said, my two passions cooking and helping others eat healthier, I present you Kitjen, a guide that will guide you through your transition to a healthier lifestyle and still have your social life while staying on track.
The key to this healthy lifestyle and my purpose to creating Kitjen is to help you trust the process, but most importantly to love yourself through and after the process because the physical change is the easy part, it’s the mental change that is the hard part of the journey.
Unless stated otherwise, all photos and videos are filmed and taken by me.
I began this journey because I despised my body, but I grew to love my body.