Belated February Weigh-In Results and Workout Progress Report

February 12, 2017

Here’s a quick and fun update: My Facebook post about “Revenge Body with Khloe Kardashian” caught the attention of the trainer featured on that show! As you may recall, my last post was Read the rest of this entry »


3WAYS2 Rethink Your New Year’s Weight Loss Resolutions… So You Stick With ‘Em All Year Long!

January 9, 2017

New Year’s resolutions are a big deal, and so many of them involve losing weight. Self-improvement is always something I can get behind!

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It’s the ninth day of the year, and unfortunately, studies have shown that by the end of two weeks (only five days from now!), nearly one-third of all New Year’s resolutions will have already been abandoned. And GUESS WHAT? I don’t want you to give up on your resolutions!

With that in mind, I put together three ways you can rethink or reframe your weight loss resolutions.  Read the rest of this entry »


December Weigh-In Results and Workout Progress Report

December 4, 2016

It’s the final month of the year! There’ll be lots of updates in this post, but first, a couple photos from this weekend. On Sunday, I found myself in one of my all-time favorite places… on the roof of a skyscraper!

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I met some friends, one of whom Read the rest of this entry »


November Weigh-In and Workout Progress Report

November 2, 2016

Only two months left in 2016? For real? For real, folks. It’ll be 2017 before you know it. Which means this is my second-to-last weigh-in for 2016, and it’s a good one. Without any further ado, my weight loss chart!

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Three things to note: Read the rest of this entry »


The Most Important Thing You Will Ever Read on This Blog: Why You Should NEVER EVER Give Up on Your Weight Loss Goals

August 18, 2016

At the beginning of May, The New York Times published a lengthy article about long-term weight loss that was an absolute bummer. Scientists followed contestants from “The Biggest Loser” and concluded that their own bodies fought their efforts to keep the weight off, making long-term weight loss success nearly impossible. The article was a trending topic on social media, and so many people struggling with their weight read the article and felt defeated, overwhelmed, and hopeless.

I haven’t been on “The Biggest Loser,” but I have lost 160 pounds and kept it off for over five years. I’ve accomplished something that very few people have, and that article was terribly depressing for me, too.

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I said, in a previous post, that the article Read the rest of this entry »


For the First Time in 9 Weeks: Weigh-In Results and Workout Progress Report!

August 10, 2016

I don’t do official weigh-ins while traveling, since I’m away from my weight loss chart, so I missed my July weigh-in entirely, and I’m a week late for my August weigh-in. Better late than never! I stepped on the scale, nine weeks after my June 1st weigh-in, and here’s what it said:

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Down two pounds! I’ll take it. A weight of 251 means I’ve lost and kept off 151 pounds for 6.5 years. That’s Read the rest of this entry »


June Weigh-In Results and Workout Progress Report

June 4, 2016

I weighed myself a couple days ago, as I like to do when a new month arrives, and I’m pretty much the same weight I’ve been for the past few months (since two pounds isn’t a huge deal in the grand scheme of things).

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Hey, I’m happy. Maintenance is ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS a win, and I’ve maintained a huuuuuuge weight loss (do your best Trump impression while reading this sentence) for Read the rest of this entry »