Category Archive: progress

the calorie conundrum

“One clear sign that you are in an unhealthy relationship is that you find yourself compromising your values and beliefs to keep the other person happy.” – source unknown That quote sums up… Continue reading

Something about something and Ryan Gosling

Once upon a time I wanted to be a runner (about 3 1/2 years ago to be exact.) Running seemed like an elite club that I wanted to be a part of. Runners… Continue reading

the perfect 10

The last few days have been weirdly stressful, I have started feeling this pressure to be perfect. I find that on a small scale,  I am a spokeswoman for weight loss and I… Continue reading

Onederland

In the last few months I have heard the term “Onederland” bandied about (maybe this has always been a thing but it’s new to me). At first it kind of irritated me, and… Continue reading

My Valentines

I have a guilty pleasure friends; I cry whenever I watch The Biggest Loser. I can’t say I love the show, or the coaching or the methods (although since Bob Harper has become… Continue reading

Commitment Issues

Phase 1 Weigh in: 213 “A double-minded man is unstable in all his ways.” James 1:8 Have you ever tried to lead a double-life? Tried to be in a relationship while cheating, lying,… Continue reading

Indian food and good words

When I was 20 (that was in 1999) I had an amazing, life altering journey to India. To this day some of my most vivid memories are of those 5 weeks (and the… Continue reading

the wagon…

Well, it happened. I fell off the wagon. Rather I jumped, headfirst into a pitcher of margaritas and a healthy slice 2 slices of turtle pie, and today my body feels every bad decision… Continue reading

2013 Lesson 1

Romans 12:2 Do not be conformed to this world but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that you may prove what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable… Continue reading

hope needs a plan

I do not want to write this post, but I feel that I must come clean about a few things. It saddens me to say it, but I have not yet healed from… Continue reading