Month: April 2019

Traveling on a Diet is Frustrating (Stuck: Part 8)

Image by C_Wee from Pixabay 123 pounds Lost, Counting Down the Last 15 Pounds I flew to Texas for a doctor’s appointment. My surgery doctor examined me and took multiple x-rays. It has been a year since my back surgery. After multiple X-rays and an exam, the doctor released me to exercise with no restrictions. I’ll …

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A 12-Step Sneak Campaign to Help Your Child Lose Weight

A 12-Step Campaign to Help Overweight Children Lose Weight That Works It worked for my kid. Image Source-Adobe Stock There is an obesity epidemic growing among children in the United States. Obesity is a disease. Our children are growing fatter. According to the Centers for Disease Control, data from 2015 and 2016, 1 in 5 pre-teen children …

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A Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins with a Single Step

Image Source-Adobe Stock “Do you love me enough to do this small thing for me?” he said. “Only you can save me.” I made a huge mistake. I moved from Chicago to Cleveland to live with my boyfriend Leo and his childhood friend, Isabella. They would help me get my big break to become a …

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Why Are You Worried About Rejection? Who Are You Writing For Anyway?

Image Source-Adobe Stock You’re not writing for them, are you? Write for you. If you are writing for anyone other than yourself, consider it changing. Everyone who reads your words will have an opinion about your writing. Friends, family and other writers will not hesitate to let you know what they think. Over the last …

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Fries to the Left of me…Fries to the Right. Trapped in the Middle with Food. (Stuck: Part 7)

Image Source-Pixabay 123 Pounds Lost, Counting Down the Last 15 Pounds (Part 7) This happened yesterday morning. I’m stuck in the Houston airport, headed to Austin, TX. Air traffic control is holding planes in Houston. I should have arrived in Austin before lunch. I’m really hungry. I had a bowl of Vietnamese soup. There are …

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I’ve Lost Zero Pounds in the Last 21 Days on the Keto Diet (Stuck: Part 6)

Image by SilviaP_Design from Pixabay 123 Pounds Lost, Counting Down the Last 15 Pounds (Part 6) I’m on the Keto Diet. I made a bad food decision on Sunday, March 31st. I was on a weight loss plateau and tired of dieting. My weight started floating slowly upward. I expected to pay for my decision, but this …

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The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly Sides of Leadership of Leadership

Cowdardly Leadership Behavior When Leaders Fail To Do the Right Thing Image by Paul Brennan from Pixabay “Bosses shape how people spend their days and whether they experience joy or despair, perform well or badly or are healthy or sick. Unfortunately, there are hordes of mediocre and downright rotten bosses out there, and big gaps between the …

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My Resting Bitch Face Was Ugly Yesterday (Stuck: Part 5)

Image by Thought Catalog from Pixabay My resting bitch face was ugly yesterday. After gaining 1.3 pounds because of bad eating decisions, I was disappointed and angry. My weight was affecting my overall interaction with the world. I’m a positive person. I don’t let negative voices into my head. The negative voices were shouting yesterday. To …

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