Weight loss/Wellness Journey is so much bigger than a number. I am an accountant . I see 👀 numbers. I used to obsess over the scale. When my trainer asked my husband to get rid of the scale—I thought about it at least 50 times a day! 🤦♀️—Not anymore.This is what I think now!💭 —I’m… Continue reading So Much More than a Number on a Scale
I lost my dad to cancer in 1981 – I was 19. My mom was 52. She found love again when she was 61. His name was Ed Fraga. He was a WWII veteran with unbelievable stories from the War. He loved my mom and he never tried to replace my dad with us girls. … Continue reading Putting Myself First and Realizing that It’s Okay to Do So!
Gasping for air, I tried to resurface to catch a breath. But try as I may, I could not break through. It didn’t take long to realize my head was deliberately being held down under water and for a brief moment I wondered, “Is this it?” Thankfully our coach was on deck and told the… Continue reading Fight for It!
I had been considering taking down this page because I started it to document my weight loss journey. Lately that journey has slowed down. In 2016, I lost 60 pounds. In 2017, I lost 15 pounds. So I really didn’t know if it was serving it’s purpose anymore. However I have seen that yes indeed it… Continue reading Get Out and Enjoy Life!
Have you ever had a health scare? How about having to wait 6 months after that scare to re-check? Today's post is a combination of Wellness Wednesday and Thankful Thursday. I face challenges often and I am working on getting better each day with handling those challenges. That's what it's about for me-- striving to be better than I was yesterday.