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And that's normal, but it's not in the fashion world.

So sometimes it's hard for me." , which dropped in the fall of 2009, Lambert continued to spend plenty of time performing out on the road.

"People think I lost more, but I'm short," she said. She also worked on portion control when it came to her meals. "I just literally would make grilled chicken breast, sweet potato salad.

There was no miracle." The singer said she also liked switching up her cardio by doing jumping jacks or run-walking. "Like, in huge red letters: I HATE RUNNING." That's why she relies on music to keep her motivated. "I just want to live a life full of everything," she explained.

If any animal needs a place, [they] can stay here." She'll even go to extremes for these furry rescues, as she told Rolling Stone Country, "I laid on the side of the road for 30 minutes one time trying to get this dog. Since its inception, the foundation has raised over $1.5 million for shelters in all 50 states across the US, and has recently partnered with Petmate on a product line. "I also have a flock of chickens, two pot-bellied pigs, three minihorses, three horses, and three cats," she shared with Modern Dog Magazine. They don't know 'Miranda Lambert' they know 'mom.' As soon as I get off stage they are waiting to greet me. It's my job to tell you you're beautiful.'" Still, Lambert admitted that staying active helped her be a better performer on stage. But my trainer is so nice, I want to do push-ups to please him! Still, while staying in shape helps her be a better performer (all that extra lung capacity), Lambert never strived for perfection. I want to find a happy medium between feeling good about my body and still having a beer and some barbecue," she said.