Monthly Archives: March 2017

Listening To My Body

I’ve been waking up around one in the morning the past few nights. I wake up and can’t immediately fall back to sleep. I’ll be up for a couple hours, fall back asleep and wake up again still long before my scheduled time. Since I don’t go to bed much before 11pm, this has been […]

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She Believe She Could… Kinda

I love the R.S. Grey quote from the book Scoring Wilder: She believed she could, so she did.  Despite the book’s controversial content, the quote has taken on a life of its own inspiring women everywhere.  After the past few years with weight loss surgery, losing a lot of weight, trying new and adventurous things […]

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Perspective Shift

I read something the other day that I absolutely loved.  Absolutely! People often think that after weight loss surgery our restricted diets are a problem. Limiting sugar, fat, and carbs can seem pretty daunting as is eliminating junk food and fast foods from your diet. I know I didn’t think I could do it at […]

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My Soul Place

I think everyone has a soul place. A place on earth where you find solace, peace, beauty, love.  My soul place is the Charlestown Breachway. The Breachway is a man made permanent breach that replaced the natural breach between the Atlantic Ocean and Ninigret Pond in Charlestown, Rhode Island. The natural breach between the bodies […]

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Raspberry Walnut Caprese Bites

Today I participated in a Cook Off that had an appetizer category. I wanted to make something tasty, fast, and easily shared. I love Caprese Salads and this is a tasting version that is just a great refreshing bite. Enjoy! If you make this recipe let me know!  Raspberry Walnut Caprese Bites 1 Container Mozzerella […]

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Being Ken or The Truth About Men

As a woman experiencing weight loss and weight related issues I write from my point of view. A couple of weeks ago I sat on a panel at the hospital where I had my surgery. There were several of us there representing different stages of post op and the people interested in surgery had the […]

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