LOOK: Erwan Heussaff creates a P150 per day budget plan for the pvblic

Everything will always be of varying levels of difficulty depending on who you are, what you do and where you are in life. Unfortunately, we aren’t all dealt the same deck of cards, but it’s how you play your hand that defines you.”
ErwanHeussaff

The Fat Kid Inside has finally released a P150 per day budget plan due to pvblic demand, and also, because of a little challenge.

Erwan explains in his website that this whole thing started with him posting about Raymond Gutierrez’s story, “telling people that anyone, with the right mind-set, could achieve the same thing and that people have to stop making excuses for themselves.”

I’ve always promoted a ‘nothing is impossible’ mindset, because I really do believe in it.”

“Then came the critics,” he added.

He explains his side of the story:

“Listen, I’m old enough to accept people with varying opinions and criticizing me, but what I reacted to online was people basically telling me to “go fuck myself” (yes in those words) because I had no idea what I was talking about and it’s only easy for me to say what to do, because I’m well off.

First of all, a smart conversation, doesn’t begin with “fuck off”. Online, people develop such confident bravados, I wonder how they talk to people in real life?

Secondly, I was reacting to that kind of free hate and crass opinions, but by doing so, people thought I was just being defensive, without ever checking what I was actually reacting to (tip: if you want to get into a twitter fight, check the first tweet).

Everyone needs to remember that I receive hundreds of messages, DMs, and notifications a day and trust me 85% of them aren’t pretty, so forgive me if I lose it sometimes, especially when just trying to help.

All I was doing was telling people that they could do it. Yes, it was in a very stern and strict manner, simply because I believe in rigidity and discipline. If you let your mind falter in this process, you won’t get anywhere.”

Erwan explains that he was just telling people they could do it, in a “very stern and strict manner” because he believes in “rigidity and discipline.” He adds, “If you let your mind falter in this process, you won’t get anywhere.”

With the topic on hand, he says IT IS in fact harder for certain people.

“Everything will always be of varying levels of difficulty depending on who you are, what you do and where you are in life. Unfortunately, we aren’t all dealt the same deck of cards, but it’s how you play your hand that defines you.”

Don’t judge people you don’t know “because whether they are poor, rich, good looking, foreign or local, you won’t ever know what they are actually going through in their life. It might not be as easy for them as you think it is.”

Two major concerns everyone had: time and money.

It’s pretty much harder to lose weight on a budget, but it’s not impossible.

“People called me elitist and classist for saying that everyone can do it. I find that very weird. If you are anti-elitism, shouldn’t you believe that anyone can achieve anything? Again, yes it may be harder for certain people, but it’s not impossible. I don’t think that someone’s disposition should determine what they can and can’t do.”

He says it’s about how you spend money which make healthy eating expensive. Instead of spending P70 for some Jolly Jeep sisig rice, you could actually cook 600 GRAMS OF TILAPIA, more than half a kilo. “The Tilapia could extend onto two meals with the right vegetables beside it.”

“Healthy eating isn’t expensive. Unfortunately, it’s just less convenient. So you need to make the effort to go to the market at least once a week, cook your meals in advance (I recommend cooking 4 times a week to prep) and plan your food. At [sic] little effort in this case, goes a very long way.”

There is no scientific relationship between income and time, according to Erwan.

Concentrate on you.

“When I lost my weight, I didn’t ask for help from anyone, not one person, what I did was grab about 7 books on nutrition and exercise, read through them in one month and then summarize the best practices and then apply them to my life. It worked.”

“That’s why I always tell people to do their own research. Because I can’t tell you what to eat for the rest of your life, but I can give you the tools to begin your journey with,” he added.

“The successful ones had one thing in common, they were disciplined enough to see things through and would stop at nothing to achieve their goals. It’s all about your drive. The rest will fall into place.”

Thanks to someone who asked him to prove that it was possible, he presented before the pvblic the P150 per day meal plan which you can download below:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ZLyWqNMF4H4IHtytkwTzDz8gvO4yVsw4VvEUqwYq454/pub?output=xlsx

You can learn more about weight loss in his blog.

We guess Erwan just proved a point for everyone.

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