The Fear of Being Regular

Yesterday, Tim spoke about the 3 things you should do to maintain your weight loss.  His perspective captured what may happen when we hit our ‘goal’, whether a size, a number on that fickle scale, or attaining a fitness triumph (monkey bars for me!).  I had another post ready to go for this morning, but reading Tim’s […]

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The 3 Things You Should Do for Maintenance

You’re officially an after picture. You’ve bled, sweat and cried. You have consumed more broccoli than you care to admit and you’ve hit the goal– whether that’s a weight, a waist size, you got the girl/boy or some other goal. This is the moment you’ve been dreaming of. Now what? What do you believe about […]

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Motivation Monday: A Deep Breath

Motivation Monday people, I sincerely hope you had a great weekend. So, today I want to talk about being too hard on yourself. We are all on a journey, and we all have our own unique set of struggles. Some it might be a physical one, others it might be mental. Or it could be […]

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One Million!

I’m so excited! Just a few minutes ago, we reached our 1-MILLIONTH DOWNLOAD! And, thanks to all of you, it’s in the same week as our 1-YEAR anniversary! You. are. the. BEST. Scale Warriors! Stay tuned for a related mini-episode announcement later today…    

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All About the Bass

I have been hooked on “All About the Bass” by Meghan Trainor for about three weeks. It was my almost-nine-year old daughter who introduced me to this catchy song, and I recently watched the video (spoiler alert – see bottom of post). It wasn’t until last week (while getting back into my lifting program) that […]

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KISS

Last week, I had the absolute gall to suggest that you really didn’t need to know anything before you started your weight loss journey. Literally seconds after hitting publish, I received an email from someone asking what to eat to lose weight. I replied poultry or fish and vegetables with every meal and occasional tubers. […]

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