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Diary of a Hot Mess

August 3, 2013 by

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Does this sound familiar?  You went on vacation and upon your return you’re feeling a little less motivated than you were a week ago, or perhaps shocked at the scale, discouraged about eating dessert at a graduation party (EACH graduation party for the past 7 weekends), maybe drank alcohol at cookouts, concerts or out to […]

Sheri’s Rants #61: Elegant Thinking

October 25, 2012 by

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When it comes to physical transformation, what is going on between your ears is where the rubber meets the road.  Your thinking provides the traction so you can take off – or the slippery surface you spend futile hours and days and weeks and months and even years slopping around on. Research shows that all […]

Wisdom’s Winding Road

September 30, 2012 by

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“The more mistakes you make and the more you suffer, that is what gives you depth.” -Susan Sarandon in the October More Magazine This statement spoke volumes to me.  I just completed writing my GT Transformation story of my journey from 172 pounds to 133 pounds.  This journey did not happen in a few months; it was […]

Sheri’s Rants # 41: Organizing around Summer

August 1, 2010 by

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I remember when summer meant that life slowed down.  I remember lazy days of lounging, summer reading, sun-soaking, iced tea, BBQ’s, and long visits with relatives and friends.  Seems like my life has sped up in the summer the last few years!  Summer now feels like a busy time – bustling to get from here […]