Adventures in weight loss, cooking and life

Getting to goal, one choice at a time …

Sliding into Home is out and about

Hi, all. Long time, no blog. But this time I have an excellent excuse. I’ve been busy getting ready for the release of Book 3 of my Love & Baseball … Continue reading

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You can probably guess …

My radio silence means I’ve been a bad, bad girl. Not unusual for me, I know. Usually, when I stop blogging, it’s because I’m not doing the things I need … Continue reading

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#WIAW — Low-carb special

Feels like it’s been forever since I’ve done a What I Ate Wednesday post. Let’s remedy that, immediately. As always, Thanks to Jenn at Peas and Crayons for hosting the … Continue reading

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Chugging along

Low-carb life is, as usual, more effortless for me than other eating plans. I’ve been far from perfect, as I did treat myself to a small popcorn when I went … Continue reading

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Low-carbing it again

In case you missed my tweets, I took the plunge last week: I went back to the low-carb diet that has served me so well in the past. Every time … Continue reading

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Fun but fattening weekend

So … I spent Saturday in Glendale, Arizona, at my first book signing. It was at the Chocolate Affaire, an event celebrating — you guessed it — chocolate. You can read … Continue reading

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It’s here, it’s here!

Finally, I can say what I’ve been waiting to say since Tuesday: My debut romance, DIVA IN THE DUGOUT, is live! I’m on cloud nineteen (nine isn’t high enough) … … Continue reading

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I have a new rallying cry

Call it a rallying cry … or a mantra … or words to live by. No matter what you call it, Theodora‘s recent post, “On ‘Listening to Your Body’” is pure inspiration. … Continue reading

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Walking in an autumn wonderland

On Wednesday, I did something I’ve wanted to do for several years: I took a hike through a grove of maple trees in Oak Creek Canyon. As you might imagine, … Continue reading

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Help! I’ve fallen …

… And like the elderly woman in that stupid commercial, I can’t seem to get back up. I’m tired—tired of thinking about what I eat, tired of denying myself treats, … Continue reading

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Losing weight is easy …

... if you're in a coma, maybe. Most of us have to work at it — every day and every minute. It's not easy to make the right choices, to drink water instead of (diet) soda, pick the grilled chicken sandwich instead of a burger or choose to get up and get moving instead of lounging around in bed. After too many months of making the wrong choices under the guise of dabbling with paleo eating, I've re-joined Weight Watchers (online). My choices may no longer be low-carb or Whole30 or paleo, but the concept is the same: I'm still getting closer to my goal weight one choice at a time.

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Please note that I’m not a doctor, registered dietitian or fitness expert. I'm merely sharing my experiences with weight loss, cooking and life. This is what works for me. That doesn't mean it will work for you. When it comes to your health and fitness, do your research.
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