Friday, July 20, 2018

July 20th, 2018 Just Like Yesterday

July 20th, 2018 Just Like Yesterday

Today: I maintained the integrity of my maintenance calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I exceeded my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.

I was activated for weather coverage shortly after posting last night's blog. I dropped in bed shortly after 1:30am. A colleague covered my 6am hour but still, it was a short night of rest.

Today was non-stop! It was a good day, actually. My youngest daughter, Courtney, turned 25 today. It seems just like yesterday when my kids were young...
 












Time moves quickly. We turn around and two decades have passed. As much as I regret how my obsession with food and other issues and pursuits often kept me from being fully present in their younger years, I cherish the opportunity I've been given to be a positive, loving, and supportive part of their lives today. I'm immensely grateful to have four grandkids--oh my, so much love and gratitude here.



















The birthday girl with my youngest granddaughter, Phoebe.





















The dinner party was wonderful! As far as my food plan goes, it was a simple choice since it was a Mexican restaurant--beef fajita tacos for me! I shattered my water goal today thanks to a midday production meeting with a client at their restaurant--finished a big three cup glass and they brought another. Good water day! Great day all around.

I'm tired now!

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Sean

Thursday, July 19, 2018

July 19th, 2018 How's That For Timing?

July 19th, 2018 How's That For Timing?

Today: I maintained the integrity of my maintenance calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I met my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.

Do you ever have moments of self-doubt? It's amazing to me how I sometimes have the ability to take a small amount of self-doubt and turn it into an elaborate story. I suppose I have a great imagination. There, that's positive, right? Yes, it is, unless that imagination concocts elaborate untruths about me or what happened with a particular thing and what I did to mess it up? Today was a good example. Let me explain...

I was asked to do an interview for Health Monitor Magazine back in January. I was so excited! One of mom's favorite things is to read weight loss stories in magazines--and now she'll have one with her son! Joy joy!!

Health Monitor is distributed to hospitals and doctor's offices all over North America. Chances are good you've found one in a waiting room near you. It was an honor to be asked! The interview was great. It went very well. Photos were requested and sent, the article was written and submitted to the editors and then... nothing. In the stand-up comedy world, we call this "crickets."

I sent an email two or three weeks ago just to check on the status of the article. I didn't get a reply.

So today, it crossed my mind again. Whatever happened to that article? I thought about it and then I thought some more.  Then, as if my brain was hijacked, I started thinking... Was there something about my story the editor didn't like? Maybe the medical community decided it wasn't the type of story they wanted to feature? Crazy stuff.

Then, to battle back against the wave of ridiculous thoughts, I decided it was okay, whatever the reason. I know what I've built here. I'm proud of where I've been, where I am, and where I'm headed. I'm good enough, I'm smart enough, and dog-gone it, people like me. But what if I'm not and people don't--even if it's just the people at Health Monitor Magazine-- oh yeah, that negative head chatter loves to argue. 

I try to ask myself reasonable questions in these moments. Is this true or is this full of creative assumptions and conclusions created by and living exclusively in my head? Nine times out of ten it's the latter.

Finally, I dismissed it all by getting into my work and later by engaging in support exchanges. By the time I arrived back at my apartment, I'd pretty much forgotten all about this mental detour in my day. Then--and this is nuts!!!!! Then... the most amazing thing happened.

I checked my email and found:

Hi Sean: 

FINALLY!!! Your issue is attached—page 15-17. When you have a moment, feel free to send me your mailing address and I will have customer service send you a bunch of issues. 

Thank you for checking in and I hope you've been enjoying the summer. 

All my best,

Amy

Well, how's that for timing?

The article features me and David Garcia (from the blog "Keep It Up David!) It was very well done! Maybe you'll run across it one of these days in a waiting room! Very cool.
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My evening plans were changed with an off-air situation at our station's transmitter site. An engineer and two other colleagues who are more adept at dealing with technical issues weren't available tonight, so I made it to the tower site to see what I could do. The air conditioners were not working. I arrived at this conclusion after discovering the inside of the building to be somewhere around 150 degrees. To make a long story short, I kept the door open, turned the transmitter back on to low power and waited for the ac person to show up. I left, enjoyed dinner, and came back as the ac guy was finishing up the job. All is well.

My youngest daughter turns 25 tomorrow. Time moves quickly! Now, she's a young mom of three!! And I'm 46 (although I sometimes feel like I'm supposed to be about 56)-- everyone: Courtney, (the birthday girl), Lucas, Amber, KL, mom, my ex-wife Irene, Allen, and all four of my grandkids will gather at our favorite Mexican restaurant tomorrow evening for the celebration. It'll be a wonderful experience. I already know what I'm ordering for dinner. 

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Sean 

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

July 18th, 2018 Intention and Expectation

July 18th, 2018 Intention and Expectation

Today: I maintained the integrity of my maintenance calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I met my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.

Today was really exceptional. Days like today feel connected; connected with my daily practice, connected with support, connected with people "in the same lifeboat," as Dr. Lerner says.

I did a quick grocery run tonight after my group support calls. I really enjoy the act of making sure I have what I need when I need it. I feel most connected with my food plan when I'm in the store doing the shopping. I'm the same guy that many times carried a very different perspective into the store and I'm still capable of going into a store with a completely different perspective if I relent on the daily practice that helps keep me well.

I think a positive trip depends on the intention and expectation I carry through those automatic doors. If my intention is to buy things supportive of my plan with the expectation that it will provide what I need in order to maintain the integrity of my food plan in the coming days, then it's a completely different experience. If my intention is driven by the gravitational pull of compulsive over-eating and my expectation is that it'll somehow "fix" something or fill a void of some kind, then I'm off the rails and to the races, straight into a depressive cycle where the expectations are never met. Food is not a fixer.  

An exchange with a reader from the archives:

"I have never been able to not go off the wagon with food choices when I'm out of my routine. Say like a birthday, holiday, etc....and the much bigger problem for me is it's an opportunity to go nuts for a few days after that too. It takes that long for me to reel myself back in. Or another one is something happens to me that upsets me and I've always used food to numb myself. I can't figure out how not to. So what I'm saying in the long version is how do I gain those tools? It's just not happening for me."

My reply:

Thank you for sharing your struggle. You're not alone.

One thing that's helped me is making sure my plan is something I enjoy--in other words, I'm loving the foods I "get" to eat, every day. It isn't something I dread. What happens is, when my perception and expectation of what it means for me to be "on plan," is something I can easily live with, I'm less likely inclined to take a vacation or holiday from it. There's no desire to flee from deprivation into an anything goes type situation--because I don't feel deprived.

Now-- here's the rub:

Even with this "I'm loving it" plan in place, what you described still happens...

My abstinence from refined sugar may have very well turned off the "binge switch," those biochemical reactions in the addictive part of my brain--but what it doesn't stop is, my natural inclination to seek comfort in excess food when times get stressful and emotional. It takes a separate action plan to deal with that.

And it doesn't stop it to simply say, "excess food doesn't solve anything--it doesn't help resolve issues--it isn't a fixer--it's simply a temporary diversion--a distraction from our real experiences..." Does it help? The only help it provides is that temporary distraction from whatever is weighing heavy on our minds at any given moment. BUT AGAIN-- saying that, processing it, agreeing with it 100%, still doesn't stop the tendency to dive in when we're feeling those things.


One thing to remember: Feelings have a beginning and an end. Whatever it is, will come and go--weigh heavy, then subside--be on the forefront of your consciousness and then fade back into your sub-consciousness. When you're feeling like buffering your emotions with food--remember that this will pass...the moment will evolve and change...and in the meantime, while it's pressing: Find support asap!!!!

This is the most critical element I've discovered along my path: Building your support and accountability structure is imperative to your success. Find someone to be a support text buddy/friend. When those feelings start welling up and the obsessive food thoughts come flowing into your head--tell on 'em!!! Don't keep them exclusively in your head--because if you do, they'll typically win, almost every time. 

Share what you're thinking--get it out in the open...When you "tell on 'em," it has a powerful effect.

What happens when a playground bully is exposed to authority figures? They typically turn into little angels. Same dynamic. When we expose those thoughts by bringing in our "support team," something powerful happens---suddenly we're not facing it alone...suddenly our resolve to maintain the integrity of our plan is strengthened--often times, just in the nick of time.

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Strength,
Sean

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

July 17th, 2018 It Was The Opposite

July 17th, 2018 It Was The Opposite

Today: I maintained the integrity of my maintenance calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I met my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.

Mom and I went shopping tonight. She got her ears pierced (something she's been wanting to do for a very long time) and a couple other things. I needed a new pair of workout pants.

I picked up a pair of size large workout pants and automatically had second thoughts. Will these be big enough? I held them up. I don't think they'll fit right. Then I grabbed a pair of size XL and held them up--okay, those look about right, I think. But I still wasn't certain. Mom suggested I try them on--and so I made my way to the changing rooms and did just that. The XL pair was loose and excessively baggy. The size large pair was perfect. My self-size-perception has long been faulty. At a healthy weight, I think I'm bigger than I am. At my heaviest, it was the opposite.



















Back in the 500 pound days, I always thought I was much smaller than I was. It always took a picture or mirror, or reflection in a window to snap me into, oh my--am I really that big??

It's interesting how that has shifted in the opposite way. Now I'm convinced I'm bigger than I really am until I see a picture, or mirror, or reflection---or I'm trying on clothes in a changing room.
Station photo from
a recent broadcast




















The next 8-week session of the accountability and support group I facilitate starts tomorrow night! If you're interested in joining us, I still have a spot remaining on the late Wednesday night group call. If you're ready to try something different, I encourage you to discover the power of group coaching/mentoring, good accountability, and wonderful support measures! The fee is $120. It's a small but mighty team of people!! Are you ready? Email questions and/or to request a registration email right away: transformation.road@gmail.com

Thank you for reading and your continued support,
Strength,
Sean

Monday, July 16, 2018

July 16th, 2018 At Some Point

July 16th, 2018 At Some Point

Today: I maintained the integrity of my maintenance calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I exceeded my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.

I eat at least one and sometimes two apples a day. I change varieties depending on what's on sale and what isn't. Right now I have ambrosia and New Zealand Koru apples. It's interesting to me that as a kid, I didn't eat a lot of apples. It wasn't that they weren't available, they were. And it wasn't because I didn't have a good example, I did. I watched my grandfather eat at least one and sometimes two apples a day. It wasn't that I didn't like apples--I think they just didn't compare to my other options. What's even more fascinating to me is how even a deeply ingrained perspective we've held since childhood can be "dislodged," so to speak, because now I look forward to eating my apples. As an adult, I suppose I'm able to evaluate my options with a clearer understanding of how those different options affect me. The change in perception only made possible through trial and error, or better--experience. The experiences repeated over and over must, at some point, meet resistance in order to change the pattern. Intentional resistance changed the pattern. I sometimes refer to it as "acting instead of reacting."

What are we willing to do to change the patterns that can lead to a different path? If our experiences repeated over and over are because of a deeply ingrained set of reactions developed over years and years, what intentional actions can we establish in order to have the best chance of finding a pathway out of insanity?

I'm not going to "hard-sell" you on joining the support group I facilitate.  I'll simply say, we have space available on the late call option. The early call time is full. We're all in the same secret Facebook group every day, we just divide the once-weekly group conference call coaching/mentoring sessions into two calls every Wednesday night. The late call is an hour long and starts at 8:15pm Central/9:15pm Eastern/6:15pm Pacific. If you're interested in details, email me soon. transformation.road@gmail.com We're less than 48 hours away from the start of this 8-week session! 

I had a good day made better by getting more rest last night! I see how that works! I need to do that intentional action more often!

I also had a few wonderful support interactions today. Those are always appreciated!

It was a good evening. I participated in a book discussion group covering chapter 2 of Dr. Marty Lerner's free e-book (available at www.milestonesprogram.org), I prepared a wonderful dinner, and I enjoyed a short visit with mom. It's time to hit the pillow!

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Strength,
Sean

Sunday, July 15, 2018

July 15th, 2018 Early For Me

July 15th, 2018 Early For Me

Today: I maintained the integrity of my maintenance calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I exceeded my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.

After falling asleep on the couch while watching Netflix last night--then blogging and getting to bed super-late, I was surprised to be able to sleep in so well, but I did! I slept late today. It tilted my food schedule some and I'm almost 300 below maintenance budget--but I'm okay with it. I'm not going to eat more food purely for the sake of hitting my budget. I don't need anything else today.

Mom and I made our way to our hometown for a fast afternoon visit with family. It was a good trip. We laugh quite a bit on those road trips. We enjoyed a meal together at our favorite little Mexican restaurant before calling it an evening. Mom is doing well after her fall earlier last week. She's still a little sore but she's okay.

I'm doing something tonight I rarely do--going to bed early!! Early for me, at least!

Thank you for the wonderful feedback about last night's blog post!

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Strength,
Sean

Saturday, July 14, 2018

July 14th, 2018 Being Me

July 14th, 2018 Being Me

Today: I maintained the integrity of my maintenance calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I exceeded my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.

I'm not sure when the switch occurred. Looking back, I suppose you could say it happened after my initial weight loss, and right as I started the turnaround from my 164-pound relapse/regain. The switch arrived at just the right time. I'm talking about the switch from DIEting to LIVing. Yeah, I don't "diet." I didn't "diet" while losing that 164-pound regain and I don't "diet" in maintenance mode. I live each day with a plan, a style of eating that fits me--and one that's conducive for a healthy body weight.

Diets don't work because it's a means to an end. Have you ever attempted a diet that was so restrictive and gross--but you did it anyway because you knew it would succeed in dropping the weight? But you hated it the whole time--dreaded it each day, white-knuckled through it--and fantasized about the day when you'd reach the pre-determined goal so you could be done with the diet, whatever it is/was? Me too.

I remember doing a plan that included all the food I'd need-- and hating it--every meal of it, just horrible, and then going on the air and essentially lying to my audience because I was contractually obligated to speak favorably about the diet's food during my show. I was looking forward to the day the contract ended--and was secretly hoping they'd cancel early, so I'd be off the hook and get back to being me. And right there, the last five words of the previous sentence--that's why diets don't work. Because...

If what we're doing is a temporary diversion from who we are in the behavioral patterns that brought us to our heaviest in the first place, then as soon as we return to "being ourselves," with the internal patterns, experiences, actions, and coping mechanisms on which we've grown dependent, the weight comes back--every time, with rarely an exception.

When I looked for an external solution to my internal issues, it always ended in a bad way. I still like my disgusting analogy for diet mentality: It's like calling a cleanup crew to the sewer line break instead of calling a plumber to repair the sewer line.

It's interesting, our whole lives, people often tell us to "just be yourself," yet, when it comes to losing weight, the advice or plan is often: "Here's the latest fancy diet plan, product, or procedure, do it. It works," with little consideration for the divide between who we are and what it requires us to be. Basically, don't be yourself...be something you perceive as "better than" yourself...and here we go into another direction promoting self-loathing as soon as we don't somehow conform or live up to this "better plan."

Binge eating, compulsive overeating, and resulting morbid obesity ARE NOT MORAL issues. But the old diet mentality would have us believe it's so. I refuse to share some of the most brutal things I've told me about myself over the years--all because I couldn't "get it together," somehow. The least of it involved the word "failure," the worst--well, you can imagine, I'm sure. I would never speak to someone or treat someone the way I've spoken to and treated me...ever.

But--the search continued for the next thing--the key to my weight loss success--the next best diet plan--something, anything that would work--and I was desperate---and as long as that search continued, I felt justified with my food behaviors. Maybe the solution I needed hadn't been invented yet. What could I do?

This search for the next best thing is what fuels a 100-Billion dollar weight loss industry.

When our personal truth is finally recognized, acknowledged, and embraced, the search can abruptly end. It's like an exhausting search for a missing car key that comes to an end when you realize the key was in your coat pocket the entire time. I've witnessed this happen with numerous people who reach in, grab the key--insert the key--and head in a direction with a consistency they've never known... and they do it without the next best-latest-greatest-wonderful-sure-fire, straight off the shelf, tv, or some other plan. These people stop DIEting and start LIVing.

I don't know what your personal truth is. I can only speak of and write about mine. I'm a compulsive overeater. I'm an emotional eater. I'm a stress eater. I'm a celebratory eater. I'm an addict whose substance of choice isn't served at a bar and it isn't secretly sold in the back alleyways. It's food. And that doesn't make me any better of an addict than anyone else--not to compare, but my addiction is just as lethal as others--the only difference is the speed it proceeds.

My food addiction, more specifically, is about certain food substances--for me, clearly refined sugar--and my personal list of trigger foods--some of which do not contain refined sugar--but they dance for me if I let them. My dealer is the unwitting individual working the drive-through.

So what's the key?? Well, in my experience--and again, that's all I can draw from--there are several different cuts to the key.

As Jordan Burgess referred to it on episode 13 of Transformation Planet, "an unwavering commitment to self-honesty." That right there is the pivotal cut--without it, nothing works.

Another cut--is extending love, self-compassion, and a healing level of forgiveness to ourselves for where this road has led us--and all of the things we did or didn't do along the way. The struggles and successes have a common denominator: They're all opportunities to learn. That's it. What went well? What didn't go well? It's a study every single day. It's not good or bad. It's not shameful or admirable--it's just an opportunity to learn how to proceed in a groove that fits us well and keeps us well. Because really--

It's okay. I'm okay. You're okay. We're human. We're fallible. We're conditioned. We're experienced. We're lovely. We're beautiful. We're good people with great intentions, We have overflowing love and compassion for others--and now, for once, we can start cupping some of that overflowing love and compassion for ourselves.

When we have those two cuts on the key--and we add spiritual support (whatever that is to you), accountability, and support from others who understand--who've lived it--as Dr. Marty Lerner puts it, we surround ourselves "with others in the same lifeboat," this is when this time becomes like no other time in our history.

Add another cut--a style of eating--a plan that considers very personal elements of our individual truth--with boundaries in place and held with a sacred importance level--and suddenly something almost magical happens. Things start changing.

And a few other things that are critically important to remember: It's about progress, not perfection. Consistency beats intensity--in other words, it's better to embrace a plan that's not only doable, it's one that's sustainable long-term instead of doing something dependent on short-lived bursts of extreme intensity. It's important to look for ways to feel good about what we're doing instead of feeling horrible because we're focused on things we think we should be doing. And one of the most important things--- oh my, it's big:

Always remember--our continued peace and calm isn't guaranteed and it isn't found on the scale. It's found within the plan we embrace each day, one day at a time. If I forget this--or willfully deny it--or throw it all out the window tomorrow, I'll return to over 500 pounds without question. And I'm very capable of doing that. I'm capable of not doing it too.

But--I'm much more experienced in the chaotic stream of the struggle than I am in the softer flow of peace and calm.

My continued success doesn't come from the words I speak, the words I write, or the personal truths I've discovered about me. It's the things I do each day in service of the mental, spiritual, and emotional transformations, that give me the best shot at another day like today.

I don't "diet." And I don't have to diet.

My body weight will follow and reflect where I am within my daily plan. I don't have to chase it anymore because it follows me wherever I go. My body weight isn't the focus, my daily plan must be the focus--because body weight is a side effect of my continued recovery or lack of recovery.

Peace.

Thank you for reading and your continued support,
Strength,
Sean

Friday, July 13, 2018

July 13th, 2018 The Best Chance

July 13th, 2018 The Best Chance

Today: I maintained the integrity of my maintenance calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I met my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.

The next 8-week session of my private accountability and support group starts next Wednesday, July 18th. Registration only opens once every two months and this is that time!! I was thrilled to announce to our team members today that every current member is continuing on into the next session. That says something wonderful about this small and powerful team we're on! The good news: We have a couple of spots available! If you're interested in discovering the difference good accountability, support, and being surrounded by a team of people "in the same lifeboat," can make, then join us!

It is a weight loss group but it isn't a "diet group." Each one of us works on our individual plan practices--practices that can help lead to a healthy body weight--practices that have the best chance of becoming something sustainable long-term. Each one of us is different. Our team includes people who are in maintenance mode, people more than 100 pounds from a healthy body weight, and everywhere in between. Our members are spread out across the country with different backgrounds, different lives, different challenges, and different goals--but still, when it comes to our behaviors with food, we all relate with one another in a remarkable way.

The group is a "secret" Facebook support group with a once a week one hour group mentoring/coaching conference call. We have an early call and a late call each Wednesday night. The early call starts at 7pm Central/8pm Eastern/5pm Pacific and the late call starts at 8:15pm Central/9:15pm Eastern/6:15pm Pacific. The daily support interactions on the group Facebook page plus the contact information exchange between all of us add to this incredible opportunity.

If you're ready, email me right away with questions or to request a registration invoice: transformation.road@gmail.com The 8-week session is $120. International lines are available as well so if you're anywhere else in the world, you can join us too! If the time difference can work for you, we can make it work on this end!

Breaking away from a diet mentality and transitioning into more of a sustainable food plan perspective is what's helped me. It's very much a mindset grounded in recovery, not dieting. Diets don't work or are temporary at best. Jumping off the diet mentality merry-go-round was the best thing for me--and it wasn't my idea. I had to be willing to open my mind, eyes, and ears to actually absorb what I witnessed others doing. It was great because suddenly I didn't need to know it all. I thought I did at one point--but clearly, I didn't and I never will. But I do know if we're willing to work on a plan that fits us in a very unique way and if it's a plan that we can practice daily for the rest of our lives, then we have a really good chance at achieving and maintaining whatever a healthy body weight is for us, individually.




















I enjoyed dinner while visiting with mom tonight. After finishing up some work at the studio, I made it home to discover we're expecting thunderstorms around 3am. When thunderstorms move in, I have to report to the studio for coverage. Maybe they won't be severe. We'll see! Otherwise, I'm off this weekend and that's a wonderful thing!

I better hit the pillow!

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Sean

Thursday, July 12, 2018

July 12th, 2018 Interrupting

July 12th, 2018 Interrupting

Today: I maintained the integrity of my maintenance calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I met my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.

Today was interesting. I hit a truck with my car while pulling out of my parking space at work. Not long after this incident, the nursing home called to tell me mom fell. The good news: Mom is fine. She fell but wasn't hurt. She'll likely be very sore tomorrow, I'd imagine!

The car will be fine. Thank goodness for insurance.

Despite those two things, it was a fairly good day! I met my goals today and that's a wonderful thing.

Not using the stressful happenings as an excuse to compulsively over-eat is a blessing I'm extremely grateful to have today. It certainly requires effort, practice, and first, a willingness to do things differently.

It's interrupting the deeply ingrained reactions with intentional actions.

I visited with mom for a little while and she is doing okay. It's comforting to know that she gets really good care where she lives.

Thank you for reading and your continued support,
Strength,
Sean

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

July 11th, 2018 Worth It

July 11th, 2018 Worth It

Today: I maintained the integrity of my maintenance calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I met my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.

Wednesday night is my favorite night of the week because it's group conference call support night! I facilitate a small and exclusive accountability and support group. We all share a "secret" Facebook page for daily interactions and meet once a week on the conference line for group mentoring/support. Some of the most inspiring stories are shared, struggles are worked through, and perspective shifting breakthroughs happen on that line. It's something very special to me.

A brand new 8-week session of my support group starts next Wednesday, July 18th. I have three or four available spots on the team. If you're ready to discover the power of creating good accountability and support measures, this might just be for you!

The 8-week membership is $120. That's $15 per week or $2.14 a day. If you were able to engage, participate, and create a personal plan that changed everything, would it be worth it? If suddenly barriers of the past no longer keep you from moving forward-- would it be worth it? 

I'm right there with you through the entire experience. I work my daily practice each day just like everyone else. I would love the opportunity to personally work with you.

If you're interested or have questions, please text: 580-491-2228 or email: transformation.road@gmail.com I'll get back with you quickly!

The mission statement of my support group says it all: "Creating and practicing a personal and unique plan enabling each of us to achieve "as a side effect," a body weight conducive to the best possible health benefits."

This isn't a diet. It's something different!

If you're ready, contact me soon!

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