In losing weight, you must be yourself. I must be myself. We must be authentic about who we are and what our overweight body looks like. Continue reading Authentic Weight Loss
One of my favorite college football teams is the Miami Hurricanes. They’ve won five National Championships in the 1980s and … Continue reading Do You Need a Weight Loss Pep Talk?
Weight loss pills, fad diets, and expensive programs that promise quick weight loss are not from God. Eating small portions of healthy food, intermittent fasting, exercise, and waiting patiently for results to be noticeable are from God. Continue reading Waiting for Weight Loss Is Difficult
I tipped the scales this morning at 221.2. I was kinda proud and excited. Continue reading Kinda Proud of My Weight Loss
It takes faith and perseverance day in and day out. Faith believes I can lose weight and perseverance to stay with it over the long haul. Continue reading 8 Things I’ve Learned About Weight Loss
“For we live by faith, not by sight” (2 Corinthians 5:7). So you’re 100 pounds overweight. You perhaps are embarrassed … Continue reading It Takes Faith To Lose Weight
It’s been a long up and down journey for me in losing weight. I mean that one day it’s up, and the next day it’s down. It’s been the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. But, I kept on. I pressed on. I didn’t quit and the results are gratifying to me after five months. My goal is within reach. Continue reading Shedding the Past and Moving Forward with Weight Loss
In my opinion, the devil is in the processed food industry. The enemy has designs on our body to destroy it. The devil is not some abstract force. He is a malignant personality with a malicious plan. Continue reading Devil’s Food
Get up. Get walking and walk 10,000 steps daily some way, some how. You will feel good about yourself. You will feel good emotionally, physically, spiritually, and mentally. And it’s one of the best ways to lose belly fat. Continue reading 10,000 Steps
I well remember my favorite elementary teacher, Mrs. Eric Johnson, in fourth grade, scolding us if we forgot our pencil and paper. “Just like a carpenter needs his saw and hammer, you need your pencil and paper.” A pencil and paper were the tools of our trade back in 1961.
To lose weight and eat healthy, we need tools as well. These are the tools I use. Continue reading Tools for Healthy Eating and Weight Loss