2 responses to “My Secret to Losing Weight”

  1. rob Lightbearer

    it was definitely an inspiring post, taking baby steps is the way to do everything, intermediate goals are a blessing.

    people who are not accustomed to this way of thinking often think I am a bit erratic in my thinking as my intermediate goals may seem completely unrelated but nevertheless all tend to drive towards a central ambition, sort of like a goal pyramid of lots of interrelated goals in steps, beside lots of apparently unrelated goals which all lead to the central theme.

  2. Samantha

    So proud of you Debbie!

    I’m on my own journey of weight loss (I’m proud to say when I was pregnant was not the heaviest I’d ever been in my life) – and I found that like you, you won’t find the answer there in a weight watchers meeting or in a womens mag. I’ve recently read a book called ‘Made to Crave’ by Lisa Terkeurst. And it has really opened my eye up to how weight loss is not just something you can do like a robot. So many of these programs have the right strategies, but overlook the heart, which for me, is where my issue is. Happy, sad, whatever. I find my joy and comfort in food and now I’m tackling that because that was my downfall. I’m seeing progress and I’m just heading for the summit, and seeing how far I get.

    As we say in Australia, “good on ya!”

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