Book Report: See Jane Climb

July 19, 2016

Compared to most other sports, stair racing is rather unknown. When I tell people that I race up the stairwells in skyscrapers, more often than not, the response I get is something like, What? Really? Is that a thing? But that’s slowly changing. Awareness is growing, thanks to articles (like this one, featuring me!), stories on the news (like this one, featuring my friend Lisa!), and other press. So when a book came out all about the sport, I devoured it in a couple sittings.

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The book is called “See Jane Climb: How Competitive Stair Climbing Changed My Life,” by Jane Trahanovsky, and it’s a Read the rest of this entry »


Get Inspired By My Sister… She’s Lost a Lot of Weight Too!

June 29, 2016

I’ve been staying with my sister Laura ever since I arrived in Chicago six days ago, and while I shared many of our adventures in my last post, there’s something else I want to share: Laura has lost 64 pounds over the past nine months, and I’m so proud of her!

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What’s really great is that Laura has lost it in a completely healthy, sustainable way. Her main method isĀ  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 »


A Fruit and Veggie EMERGENCY!

June 3, 2016

I was figuring out my breakfast the other day when I realized two of the nectarines I had purchased at the farmers market had gone moldy. No bueno. So I decided to take stock of all the produce in my house, and I came to a startling conclusion: Lots of it was on the verge of going bad. I wasn’t eating it fast enough!

There was more produce in my fruit bowl and fridge than normal. I was pretty stocked up before my sister and niece came to town, and then I added to my stash at the farmers market. There was fruits and veggies everywhere.

So I took control of the situation and, Read the rest of this entry »


May Weigh-In Results and Workout Progress Report

May 4, 2016

The new month began when I was in Arizona, so my monthly weigh-in had to be pushed from the 1st of the month to the 3rd. Here’s my Weight Loss Chart…

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…and my weigh-in results: Read the rest of this entry »


April Weigh-In Results and Workout Progress Report

April 4, 2016

Seems like punishment to weigh myself on a day known for pranks and practical jokes, but I established my own weigh-in calendar, and weighing myself on the first of every month, including April 1st, is part of the deal. And this is no joke: I’m up two pounds.

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I’ve been pretty good lately about not getting bummed at weight gains. I have a lot to be proud of, and I’ve accomplished so much, but this one stung a little bit, if only becauseĀ  Read the rest of this entry »


February Weigh-In Results and Workout Progress Report

February 1, 2016

I already spilled the beans in yesterday’s post, but here it is again: DOWN FIVE POUNDS!

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I’ve already written a lot about this weight loss, and while I probably repeat myself a lot, I’m not gonna do this time. Click here to read all about it!

One small thing to add, though: Read the rest of this entry »


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