I think that the August Bank Holiday is a time when people think about changing something and often this can be losing weight!
If you have come back from holiday, taken a look at your holiday photos and not liked what you saw you will not be on your own. I know that it was a holiday picture that finally made me resolve to do something about my weight. If you look back through my blog posts you will see the picture!
If you find yourself in that position then there are a few things you can do to eat more healthily and lose weight such as
- To increase the amount of vegetables and fruit you eat
- Cook food freshly and avoid processed foods
- Eat less sugary snacks
- Up your activity or start a new one
- Set yourself some goals
If you want help to do this I would be delighted to help and you can contact me by emailing me email@example.com for a free consultation and to find out more about the Weight Away Plans. Eat ordinary food and get extraordinary results. You have nothing to lose apart from weight!
It has been so lovely this week and some days a little too hot to be working but we shouldn’t complain. It made me think though about the things that got me down in the good weather when I was overweight and now they don’t
- no longer having thighs that rub together in the heat that used to make me really uncomfortable
- being able to wear a pair of shorts without thinking that everyone would be passing comment about how I look
- not having to search the shops for something to wear because nothing fits.
- being able to have an ice cream in public and eating it without thinking that everyone would be looking at me and criticising me for eating it because I was fat.
- looking forward to eating salads because I enjoy them not eating them because I am on a diet
- being able to enjoy exercise without being out of breath
- and finally knowing that I can look at my holiday photos and not see the picture that made me lose weight
Me on holiday at my heaviest in 2009
If you are finding the heat uncomfortable because you are overweight I would love to help you. Just contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
happier holiday snaps with the weight gone
If you have lost weight and then put it back on maybe once or twice, then you are becoming a yo-yo dieter. I know that this happens when you follow a diet that isn’t something that you can stick to and doesn’t change your eating habits for good.
I say this from experience as I was a typical yo-yo dieter trying every slimming club and fad diet I saw, until I decided to look at eating healthily for life.
This helped me to lose over 5 stone between 2009-2010 but more importantly to keep the weight off and set up my own weightloss business which is based on eating ordinary foods but getting extraordinary results.
If you would like to know more about my healthy eating plans and how you can lose weight to keep it off for life then visit http://www.weight-away.org and I would be delighted to help you.
I have special offers running at the moment and there is still time to lose weight before the summer holidays
Are you are looking forward to your summer holiday or are you dreading how you will look on the beach.
There is still time to lose weight before the main summer holidays and in 10 weeks you could eaily lose a stone and a half. That is a least one dress size/trouser size. So start eating healthily now and you can enjoy your summer holiday.
I know that the last minute panic to find clothes for holiday when you are overweight is probably one the most depressing times I ever had. It was a holiday photo that made me change my eating habits, lose weight and set up Weight Away so if you want to avoid those summer time blues I would love to help you at http://www.weight-away.org
I keep this photo of me emerging onto the beach in the Summer of 2009 just to remind me of how large I was and that I won’t allow myself to go back there.
Lots of people think I am brave to show this photo. I don’t because I am proud of losing weight and want to inpsire others to do the same through eating ordinary healthy food and not following fad diets.
Me on holiday at my heaviest in 2009
Me in summer 2015 so much happier and healthier
Apparently this weekend was the busiest for travel agencies and sites for people looking to book their next holiday.
I am sure that this is because January seems such a long month after all the Christmas and New Year festivities.
So we sit down and dream about the holiday we are planning, we probably book it and perhaps even go on to research some of the things we will do when we get there.
If you are doing this and you are overweight you will also probably promise yourself that you will lose weight so you will look and feel great when you get there. I know that if you don’t take action right now that will be thing that doesn’t happen.
I can remember many times of saying this at the start of year only to find myself in despair in the weeks before my holiday trying to find clothes I would be able to wear. I haven’t had this problem for the past six years as I solved my yo-yo dieting problem for good.
So if you are planning your holiday and want to lose weight contact me at http://www.weight-away.org for support recipes and personalised plans to ensure that you look your best for that holiday and beyond!
Well the Summer Break is over and what are you thinking?
I know that when you get back from your summer break it can be lovely to think about the great times you have had but equally it can be terrible to see pictures of yourself looking so much bigger than you thought you were.
I had exactly that experience in 2009 when I returned form a holiday in the Carribean. I knew I was overweight but it was the picture of me emerging from the sea that finally made me change my eating habits for life.
If you are looking a photographs thinking you need to do something to lose weight then join me at http://www.weight-away.org and I can help you.
This was the picture that shocked me into changing
And now much happier times
Me in 2014 happy on holiday
Well this is my first week back from my holiday in the USA and getting on the scales was not what I wanted to do as it was so difficult to avoid unhealthy food.
During the three weeks I put on 5lbs but I am please to say that 4lbs has come off already just by getting back to normal eating and of course cutting out alcohol (which may have been mostly to blame)
Seriously though it is so easy to see why the USA has a weight problem when the portions sizes are so large and there is a tendency to put cheese on everything. The fact that boxes are supplied to allow you to take away what you can’t eat is very common and I am sure only adds to the problem. Finding a restaurant that served vegetables was a challenge and ordering a salad with the dressing on the side was often the only option to get a serving of greens.
I only hope that we can reverse the trend in the UK to eat so much fast food and ready prepared meals from the supermarkets and if you would like help to do this with support and recipes contact me at http://www.weight-away.org