Dear BadAsses,This week I'm sharing a wonderful post from one of our A-Team superheroes. With her permission of course, I asked her to share this because it is such an awesome example of how we really truly can achieve our goal. And notice, in her post, Janet's experience has given her a lot . . .
We often go through that cycle of being really psyched about making a big change. In the beginning we are motivated, we see the end goal, we're ready to charge ahead. Then we get into it, realize it's really going to take more effort and we get deflated. Suddenly we're not sailing through. Some . . .
I'm on a plane heading west. Planes are for me the opportunity to completely unplug and be with myself. It's been quite a few weeks since I've journaled and my weight loss has slowed to really just maintaining. And I'm beating myself up. I haven't wanted to admit that I've allowed myself too . . .
If you've been following my journey toward 100 pounds down and done, you know that not only have I gotten big results, I've managed to maintain during times when I haven't been completely on point with the program. Even during very stressful, crazy busy periods over the past year haven't derailed . . .
Maybe it's just semantics, but I don't like the term food addiction. Why? Well for one thing, it's hard to be addicted to something you actually can't live without. You can't quit food. It's little bit like calling an alcoholic a liquid addict in my opinion. While the Luminous Plan is indeed . . .