Life and Family

Getting Back on Track with Weightloss After a Setback

Getting Back on Track with Weightloss After a Setback

If you are someone who, for whatever reason, has gotten off track with your weight loss- I want you to know I understand and you are not alone in what you are experiencing. There is no reason to feel shame. I also encourage you to make time to reflect on what you want for yourself. Where do you see yourself in a year? Three years? Five years? Dig deep and imagine the best case scenario, then plan for that! You can do it! A set back can not stop you. It didn't stop me. 

Weight Prejudice in the Work Place

Weight Prejudice in the Work Place

As much as HR departments will claim otherwise, weight prejudice in the workplace is real. A study by the Center for Creative Leadership found that those with a high BMI are judged more harshly by peers and seen as less effective than their slimmer colleagues. It seems that people have no issues aiming overly cruel comments toward overweight and obese people because there are few consequences. 

What No One Tells You About Marriage and Weight Loss

What No One Tells You About Marriage and Weight Loss

Most bloggers likely will share stories about how amazing their love life and marriage has been after weight loss, and while that is all true, I am writing this with full transparency. Navigating love and marriage after weight loss is hard. My husband and I have to work very hard to maintain our relationship and show each other love and support in a whole new way after I lost 173 pounds, naturally with diet and exercise.