I’m getting a lot of questions about my weight loss lately. One of the most common questions I get from people goes something like this: Don’t you feel deprived because of all the foods you can’t have? I actually do not feel deprived at all, difficult as that may be to believe or understand. When… Continue reading Can’t Have and Don’t Want are not the same.
All my clothes are falling off again. I fit into my too tight jeans comfortably now. I’m wearing a size 14, smaller than I wore in high school. My waist is 34″. I unsubsribed to The Avenue (plus sized clothes) email list this week. Thank god. I am happy to say I will never walk… Continue reading 206
I’ve been preoccupied with a lot of craziness at my place of employment, but fear not, I have not disappeared and I am still advancing through the weight loss, healthy eating, and positive self esteem adventure. Now if only my job would cease it’s ridiculousness. In lieu of a time-consuming or thoughtful post, here’s another… Continue reading In all her size 12 glory
Lately, I’ve felt just completely confident about this weight loss thing. I am going to get to my goal, no question. Only 30 pounds left? It’s going to happen sooner rather than later. I find myself caring less and less about the number. Yes, I definitely want to reach it, but I’m not anxiously awaiting… Continue reading 210
I participate on the forums of a few different weight loss sites. I also follow several blogs about eating disorders or written by people with eating disorders. The similarities between people who is “diet” and people who suffers from an ED are many. Just for the record, I am morally opposed to diets in every… Continue reading Disordered Eating and Dieting – A Thin Line
I’ve never run 2 miles before in my whole life. I guess it just took me 32 years to be able to do it. I’ll be running that 5K in no time! This isn’t really about weight anymore. I mean, sure I want to lose more fat, but I am much more interested in improving… Continue reading I ran 2 miles!
FAT It’s one of those words that means so much more than its dictionary definition. When a woman says “I’m Fat.” in a particular way, what she’s really saying is “I’m worthless.” Women reserve calling another girl “Fat” for the times when we want to hurt one another the most. We dread the word “Fat”… Continue reading FAT