Tag Archives: lifestyle changes

How do you define failure?

Have I failed? No. Not really. Well, maybe a little. I mean, I guess it depends on how you look at it. I don’t believe in getting an A for effort. But when it comes to making major life changes … Continue reading

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One is the loneliest number…especially when you’re dieting alone

My weight loss and health journey continues. And I’m glad that I’ve found some great online resources (like the Single Dad Laughing Health Club on Facebook – join it if you’re on your own healthy journey). But… The biggest problem … Continue reading

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New Year’s Goals

Last year, I lost and kept off 15 pounds over the course of the year. Maybe that doesn’t sound too impressive, but the year before, I lost and kept off 30 pounds. My goal for this coming year is to … Continue reading

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This is not a test

No, really. It’s not. But lately I’ve noticed a lot of people discussing “cheat” days and “cheat” meals when they talk about eating. Here’s the thing that occurred to me as I read yet another person talk about cheating on … Continue reading

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Logging a “failed” day

I’ve been using “My Fitness Pal” on my phone to track what I eat and drink, as well as my exercise.  It tells me how much I should eat, and then it tells me if I’ve hit my goals or … Continue reading

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