I have something to tell you and I am warning you that you are not going to like it. This is something I learned last summer and probably read about long before that, but I stuck my fingers in my ears while screaming “la, la, la – 1-2-3, not it!” Ok, so I did not literally scream out loud. My four year old who jumps, kicks and shrieks for a living would have looked at me like I was nuts, but you get the idea. I read it, I checked my results in the mirror and I smugly said to myself, nope, nope, nope. Continue reading “My Dear Stevia Letter”
Living My Passion By Helping Others:
If you have read any of my previous blogs or watched any of my videos, hopefully you have witnessed my passion for helping others improve chronic health conditions, while leaving behind diet mentality and taking excess weight off for good. I have always been passionate about health and weight loss because I have always struggled with health and weight loss….ever since I was a little girl. Except I was never really that little.
I almost began this blog with an expletive. I decided I am not that type of girl. Typically I am calm, relaxed, poised, positive – I am really a go with the flow kind of girl. Always have been, always will be. At least until some complete stranger tells me I am wrong about how I got my results because of, you know, science. This makes me angry. This makes me want to scream, “Shut the $*@& up about science already!” But I don’t, because I am a lady. Just know my thoughts are not very ladylike when you preach about science.
Just received another email. Another upset friend blaming herself because she had a bad day. She cheated. She ate junk carbs. She wanted to confess.
DEAR FRIEND, IT’S NOT YOUR FAULT.
Who among us doesn’t have a case of the Mondays pretty much every single Monday? Being a stay at home mom, pretty much every day is Monday for me, but lately actual Mondays have become so much more Monday-ier.
Calories in versus calories out. That is the traditional wisdom we all need to get to the bottom of our weight loss woes, correct? If you can workout really hard and restrict your calories to what your smartphone app tells you, then you will lose weight. Easy peasy, mystery solved. Let’s all pack up and go home – we have calories to count and muffin tops to melt.