I can't believe that March is almost coming to an end, and this is the first time I am posting about my miles for the year! 2015 has been a busy year so far, and it is only going to get busier. But recently I have really put my mind to keeping active and fueling … Continue reading Banking the Miles 2015: First Update!
Another week has gone by - can you believe it? January is almost half over! While I definitely feel myself "slowing down" a bit, I'm still trying to keep up with my goals for 2014. We are still waiting for the state to show up at work, which kinda throws me off. It has helped … Continue reading Weekly Wrap Up #3
At the beginning of this year, I posted about the Public Humiliation Diet that one of my friends posted on Facebook. Along with it, I posted my weight, my thoughts on dieting, and my goals for myself. On 1/3/13, I weighed178.4#. I was just barely starting to run again. I was using MyFitnessPal here and … Continue reading Public Humiliation Update
One thing I love about the MyFitnessPal app on my phone is that I can look at my overall progress a week at a time. The thing about good nutrition and healthy living is that it is all about averages. Every day isn't going to be perfect, and it doesn't have to be in order … Continue reading Weekly Wrap Up #1
When Titanic came out in 1997, I was young and impressionable. I fell in love with the movie and to this day I still watch it every time it comes on. It's more the history of the tragedy that I connect with than the star-crossed lovers. I always thought it was so silly that two … Continue reading Keeping It Real: My Body Role Model
While I'm watching the season premiere of Biggest Loser, I thought it would be appropriate to discuss a blog post that a friend of mine shared on her Facebook the other day: The Public Humiliation Diet. It goes right along with Biggest Loser - I have a love/hate relationship with this show. I love watching … Continue reading Being Brutally Honest With Yourself
Throughout my life, I have received many comments about my weight, my body. I have had people refer to me as a "bigger girl" or "kinda chubby", I've been called "healthy looking", and I've been referred to as flat out "FAT". As a dietitian, I have had clients who appreciate the fact that I'm not … Continue reading Keeping It Real: Why I’m Not On a Diet