Tag Archives: weight

The Weightroversy: Why Your Weight Can Fluctuate Day To Day

Let’s celebrate Throwback Thursday with a post I wrote all the way back in 2012 (how have I been blogging so long?). I don’t often bring old post back but this one struck a cord with a lot of women. Second, there was some room for updating. And third, I get asked the questions all […]

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Why Toddlers Make You Fat & How To Avoid Weight Gain

I always feel the need to preface any parental post with the following… I don’t have kids, I don’t pretend to have kids, I can only share my point of view, science and honest thoughts to you from being around my niece and watching my friends/family with their children. Okay, now that we got that […]

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Why Skinny Isn’t The Same As It Once Was

I don’t want to be skinny, at least not today. This was the topic of conversation yesterday morning between my friends Katie, Michelle and myself during our cool down jog. Skinny isn’t appealing, it doesn’t sound healthy and it isn’t setting a good example to friends, family and my clients. I feel like “skinny” has […]

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How To Accept Your Body Even If It’s Not What You Want

For 4 years now I have been announcing to Dan that I will be working for a six-pack. He just rolls his eyes and says, “yea, okay”. Thanks for the support hon’ (just for the record Dan and I don’t call each other any pet names, weird?). But here’s why he rolls his eyes. It […]

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Do You Suffer From Gravitophobia?

Nope it’s not a fear of falling, which is what I first thought when I saw “gravity” in there. It’s a fear of the bathroom scale.  Makes sense that weight is nothing more than the force at which gravity pulls you down… of Weight= Mass x Gravity (see I told you I was a science […]

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