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Diary of a Hot Mess

August 3, 2013 by


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


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


“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


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 […]