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Six Weeks; Five Pounds; and One Brain.

March 16, 2014

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Hello. My name is Renee and I used to be addicted to the scale. It owned me. And controlled how I felt about myself. Whether or not I had a good day depended on what that scale said. Whether I ate bad or healthy depended on what the scaled showed. If it showed a loss–I […]

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Dear Scale, I’m Breaking Up With You…

February 4, 2013

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My New Year’s Resolution was supposed to start yesterday with the Huntington Beach half marathon. I thought for sure (with the way my head takes hold of me when I am not able to run) it was going to be a sad day. Quite the contrary. It was a great day. I know a couple […]

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It Ends Now.

January 8, 2013

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I thought I would be going insane without running. I have thought many things throughout my life; things that have never come true. Which is a good thing. Because we all know how my mind works!! 2012 was the year of Runner’s High! I was so high on life and running more than ever. Training […]

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January 1st, 2013….Buckle Up.

January 1, 2013

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Today is a new year. It didn’t really come with all the hype and anticipation previous years came with. I have a few resolutions, all of them having nothing to do with weight loss—and all of them having to do with LOVE. This year, for whatever reason, has come quietly. I did not go out […]

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“Change”. (Not the coins in your pocket)

December 18, 2012

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All it takes is a simple sentence to throw me in flashback mode. And I never know who is going to say it, or where I’m going to hear it. This morning I went to a spin class. First weekday morning class as I usually work day hours but this week I’m working evening hours. […]

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The Year of Change

July 18, 2012

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In April I posted on Facebook that 2012 was going to be my year, and that it was going to be the year of Change. I started a half marathon training schedule on my own and joined a boot camp. If you know me at all, you know that no matter what I set out […]

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