This post is a quick one about the progress I’ve made over the last two years – weight loss has slowed down, body morphing has not. My goals are simple: be (more) fit; be a size 12; live long and prosper. The end. Thank you to MapMyWalk for being my constant companion. 👟👟👟
The scale is an instrument of the devil. To catch you up, I have continued to walk like my life depends on it (this includes a hike in the mix every few weeks, for good measure) and have introduced a formal 8-Week “Squat Challenge” (Christmas present to myself) into my routine… yet the scale has… Read More Weighing Success
It may seem cliché at this point to hear that someone who has spent the great majority of their life as a fat person feels like a “prisoner”. Hidden TV shows effortlessly bring out the “fat suit” to mimic what a day or week is like in the life of a fat (incarcerated) person. In… Read More Freedom
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Beautiful, breathtaking, and a fabulous workout: Stargazer On Facebook The trail starts just beyond this awesome mailbox… I had to include it.
This is an ode to the City of Angels, the art I have a renewed love for as a result of living in LA, all the walks I’ve taken, and, most importantly, my 39th year. All 39 shots were taken within the last week (my first week of “39”; the quotations = I do not feel this… Read More Turning 39
Watching the proliferation of larger women in ads, posts and articles over the last several years has been like watching a really bad reality TV show. I should know being a bad reality TV show aficionado. I live in two schools of thought around the supposed movement toward size acceptance in our society: ‘wow, I… Read More Making It All Ok
Today, I did a one-hour yoga class, walked close to three miles from wherever I parked on Santa Monica beach north of the pier, to the pier and back. I loved every minute of it, insulated by the quiet thought that follows many of my workouts recently: that was “easy”. Living this life is my… Read More Civility… ?
Bathing suit, I hate you. I mean, my hate for you is quasi-terminal. You’re cute and flowered and have a ruffle – and, somehow, you’re a size 16 (a far cry from you of yesteryear who was a 26/28) – but I still want to take a pair of scissors to you. Tonight, you reminded… Read More Bathing Suit