Today is April 1st and I am participating in the Ultimate Blog Challenge. My goal for this challenge is two-fold. The object of the challenge is to post daily for the entire month. This helps to grow my blog and to get me in the habit of consistent writing. My second goal is to start developing parts of a future course to help women who struggle with weight loss to end overeating and gain victory over food.
I will link each topic here so if you are interested in following along you can return to this page to see links to all the content. I will be covering things like:
Why do we overeat?
Simple daily practices to help you lose weight without a special diet.
How to end emotional eating.
What does God say about our relationship with food?
What beliefs do you have that might be holding you back?
My name is Tammy Fuller and I’m a Registered Nurse. I have struggled with my own weight for decades. I have tried many diets. Some worked well for me but I could only stick with them for a few months and always felt deprived. When I quit I would gain all the weight back and more. I was frequently ashamed of myself and was not comfortable in my own skin.
One year ago I was 100 pounds overweight. I have hypothyroid and take a medication that can cause weight gain. I got to the point where I knew something had to change. Since then I have lost 38 pounds and kept it off. I have implemented some simple practices in my life and I know that I will not only lose the rest of the weight but it will be the last time I have to lose it. I’d love to share with you what has worked for me. Follow along this month as I share more.
Passive Action: Is It Holding You Back From Losing Weight?
Making Better Choices When Eating Out
Food Prep Can Help You Stick to Your Weight Loss Plan
How Lack of Sleep Makes Cravings Worse
Managing Urges to Overeat
Clean Up Your Thinking with a Daily Thought Download
Learn From Overeating So You Can Stop
Bringing the Joy Back to My Diet – Joy Food and 24-hour Planning
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