The new mum, who has wowed fans with her post-baby body in recent months, wants to keep up her slimming regime.
"I want to stay healthy and get in better shape for 2014," the reality TV star wrote on her Mobio fanpage.
Kim recently revealed that she turned to the celebrity favourite Atkins diet to help her in her quest to lose her baby weight.
"I've actually been doing the Atkins diet & luv it", she said in reponse to a fan asking for her secret.
Sources spoke about Kim's carb-free diet saying, "With the exception of some cheat days, because she is realistic now, she sticks with it!
"Kim is working out almost every day," the insider told PEOPLE Magazine.. "It's usually running and weight training.
"It's hard, but she sticks with it pretty much all the time. She's so happy. Life is good."
The 33-year-old endured months of criticism about her weight gain during her pregnancy.
Kanye West's fiancée spoke out about her weight loss after an article was published claiming that she had not lost weight by dieting but had undergone secret cosmetic surgery instead.
Kim used her Twitter account to set the record straight. "I am very frustrated today at seeing reports that I got surgery to lose my baby weight, " she wrote in a lengthy post. "This is FALSE.
"I worked so hard to train myself to eat right & healthy, I work out so hard & this was such a challenge for me but I did it!!
"I'm so proud of my accomplishment & NO ONE will take this away from me with fake reports! Say what u want about me but I work hard & am the most disciplined person u will ever meet!"
In an interview with Jay Leno in October, she proudly revealed she had lost 50 pounds since giving birth to baby North West in June.
During the show she admitted that the criticism directed at her weight while she was pregnant "really did affect" her. Recent form-fitting outfits show that she has lost more weight since then.
"It really hurt my soul," she said. "There were these stories where I was, like, 200 pounds. I was gaining weight because I was pregnant and it was really hard to read all these stories and hear all these nasty things."