Photo by Ketut Subiyanto on Pexels.com Losing weight is such a fraught endeavour. I've written extensively about my struggle with this before, in particular; the terrible shame around the hypocrisy of trying to mindfully raise girls who like and accept their whole selves, body heart and soul- when I cannot honestly claim to be one, … Continue reading Thigh Gap Pride: May we all please call BS.
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Tunes Tuesday and an Update – “Tell Him”- Done Differently.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQS1gA-xslk If you like bloopers look out for Dee's facial expression at 2:46...It was take 4 and I wasn't doing it again! Well here we are, it's another Tuesday and I haven't blogged about something else since my last #tunestuesday offering, or the one before that (look at me go, experimenting with hashtags). On one … Continue reading Tunes Tuesday and an Update – “Tell Him”- Done Differently.
Intermittent fasting: 10 weeks to Healthy
My last post about my intermittent fasting "it's not a diet" weight loss journey was 2 months ago. It's fair to say I dropped the ball there! I had been doing mainly 5:2 (5 days fasting with 800 calories-ish, 2 normal days, and on average 14 hours fasting overnight) for 8 weeks, and had lost … Continue reading Intermittent fasting: 10 weeks to Healthy
Tuesday Tunes- Maybe it’s Time…
https://youtu.be/UIRwp2JtetA ❤ Email followers, please click on the title above to access YouTube clip ❤ "... to let the old ways die." I can't think of anything better, than letting the old ways, that do not serve our highest good, go. And die. Forever and ever amen. Especially after the year we've had... On a … Continue reading Tuesday Tunes- Maybe it’s Time…
8 Weeks of I.F…
Photo by Jill Wellington on Pexels.com ...and I'm feeling awesome! I am so happy to share a more positive blog about it, because I know we all need good news stories when we're struggling through the plateaus or setbacks and willpower is waning. I'm pleased to say I did, as predicted, weigh 70.4kg the day … Continue reading 8 Weeks of I.F…
It’s the Little Things
The little things? The little moments? They aren't little.John Kabat-Zinn Habits. Rituals. Traditions. They shape our lives and form our identity- and vice versa, according to habits expert (who knew there was such a thing!) James Clear in his fantastic read "Atomic Habits". I cannot recommend it highly enough. Do your future self a favour … Continue reading It’s the Little Things
4 Weeks of Intermittent Fasting…
...and all is well! Photo by Ekaterina Bolovtsova on Pexels.com Four weeks ago I weighed 74.6kg, BMI 'overweight'. A week ago I still weighed 73.5kg, which I weighed at week 2. This was in spite of 3 weeks of 4:3 (4 "feast" ie normal eating days, 3 "fasting" days of 500-800 calories), 14 workouts (mostly … Continue reading 4 Weeks of Intermittent Fasting…
I Am Not My Body
I wrote my 2 week intermittent fasting report card a couple of days ago, because I want to keep a record of progress reports that involve facts and figures. But it wasn't the blog I really wanted to write. Every time I find myself naked in front of the bathroom mirror as I prepare for … Continue reading I Am Not My Body
Intermittent Fasting- 2 Week Report Card
Photo by Tirachard Kumtanom on Pexels.com Two weeks ago I embarked on Michael Mosley's intermittent fasting program, eating normally (around 2000 calories) most of the time with a few fasting days (800 calories) thrown in. Typically it's 5 "feast" days and 2 fasting days, but succumbing to my innate tendency to 'go hard or go … Continue reading Intermittent Fasting- 2 Week Report Card
“I can see the fat on your body.”
Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels.com These are the exact words uttered by my 6 year old straight shooter as she watched me get dressed a couple of days ago. "I can see the fat on your body mummy." What. The. HELL? My head snapped to face her, mouth agape in disbelief. My dress lay … Continue reading “I can see the fat on your body.”