Your Empty Nest Coach Podcast, Episode 16: How I lost almost 50 pounds and am still losing

Hello, my Empty Nest Friend!
 
Well, here we go, I’m sharing how I lost 50 pounds – and am still losing. I finally hit the 50-pound mark, between recording this episode and go-live. And I sat at about 48 pounds lost for over two months. I’m proud that I didn’t let it get to me, didn’t let the drama creep in and kept doing what I’ve been doing. Let me tell you it feels terrific to not let food boss me around. 
 
More about that in this episode where I share the catalyst for my weight loss. Enjoy.
 
Take a listen, or read the transcript, below.
 
PS – The picture (above) in this post is the perfect example of me working on “good enough.” I would never have put that out in the world – not because of my weight but because of the lame clean-up work around the photos in my featured photo at the top. The old me would have kept working on it to make it close to “perfect.” The new me thinks, “This is good enough. The message comes across, and I can now work on something else.” Progress comes in all areas of our lives -for all of us. Celebrate your wins like that – even when, to the world, it looks like a loss, you know the progress you are making inside. {{hugs}}
 
Photo from my daughter’s high school graduation. Just before I changed my thoughts about food – definitely a top weight photo for me (pictured with my dear father).
The shock on my face when I fit comfortably into mediums.
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What You Will Learn in this Episode: 

  • How much weight I have lost
  • The key to my weight loss
  • What made me super sick
  • What I removed from my diet
  • How using food as fuel changed everything
  • Question if food is the boss of you

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Episode Questions for You To Consider

  1. Are you the boss of food, or does it boss you around? 
  2. Do you have any weight loss goals? 

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Full Transcript

You are preparing for the empty nest ahead as your child(ren) prepares, heads off to, and experiences college.

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