Tag Archives: WeightWatchers

I Am a Huge Success

I don’t mean to brag, but in the last 10 months I have: Lost 36 pounds Taken yoga classes regularly Gone to Bar Method a handful of times Started walking-jogging AND run in a 5K And today, went to my first CrossFit class I. Am. Awesome. (Please don’t stop reading here.) Did that intro piss …

Thinking My Way to Weight Loss Success – NOT!

For better or worse, thoughts AREN’T actions. Good intentions aren’t good actions. (And thankfully bad intentions aren’t bad actions either.) Weight loss update: I’ve still lost over 30 pounds. I reached long-term my personal goal of 175 and then have been hovering between 176-178. But I’ll share that, according to the CDC, I’m “supposed” to …

I Don’t Want to Think About This, But…

Now that the glow of New Year’s has faded, I’ve been asking myself a lot of unpleasant questions. Actually, more accurately stated, unpleasant questions have been popping unbidden into my head. Let me start with this: I’ve lost THIRTY-SIX (36!!!) pounds. Yes, I now weigh less than I have at any point in the last …

5 Things — Lessons in Weight Loss for 2018

With 2018 in my sights, I sat down to write my top 5 weight loss lessons from 2017 so I could (hopefully) learn from the past. I was thinking the lessons would be all about food and eating. It turns out they weren’t about food at all. Here they are: Own it. Own who and what …

The end of “being careful”

As I was walking the dog the other day, I was scrolling through some weight loss lessons in my mind. This is kinda how I process things. I think about what’s working (or not) and why, then I try to put my finger on it and give it a name or explanation. This way it’s …