Joined February 2010
Weight History

Start Weight
180.0 lb
Lost so far: 6.0 lb

Current Weight
174.0 lb
Performance: Steady

Goal Weight
130.0 lb
Still to go: 44.0 lb
30 something global citizen, retired nightclub DJ, early adapter who gets hot for wireless access, fluent in several languages both spoken and programmed, grammar nazi, internationally trained chef and nutritionist, former dancer, more Oscar Wilde than Will Ferrell, and just left of center.

Recently married to my best friend and pink all over. Working on a dual Masters in Counseling and Divinity, then on to the PhD in Philosophy. I'm transitioning from Corporate Education/OD to Performance Coaching. I've spent over a decade guiding individuals and large companies to achieve more with less, solve problems, and create solutions where everyone wins. Now, I'm ready to use those skills to help people achieve their goals both inside and outside the 9-5. It's truly a culmination of all my skills and experiences, fulfilling, and inspiring. I'm truly fortunate. :-)

kittyglitter's Weight History

kittyglitter's Latest Member Challenges

  40lb drop during this summer boot camp!
status: Completed
ended: 14 Aug 10
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  25 Lbs in 10 Weeks!
status: Completed
ended: 10 May 10
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last weighin: gaining 1.2 lb a week Up
last weighin: losing 7.0 lb a week Down
last weighin: losing 17.5 lb a week Down
last weighin: steady Steady

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P90X-Week 2. Just 2 years ago I was over 250 lbs! Bring it!
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P90X-Week 2. Can't believe 2 years ago I was over 250 lbs!
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kittyglitter's Cookbook

cals: 149kcal | fat: 10.00g | carbs: 10.22g | prot: 6.70g
Egg White Avocado Salad
A tasty healthy salad with apples, avocado and egg whites.
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kittyglitter's Latest Posts

Oh no! Holidays!
It's interesting how our relationships with food change. I remember I used to always make sure I had a seat near the food table so I could eat and not *look* like I was going back for 4ths and 5ths. It was like a strange, embarrassing security blanket.
posted 05 Jul 2010, 15:14
Keeping My Sanity
I'm one of those weird people who can buy a pack, keep it in the freezer and make it last 6 weeks then not smoke for 5 months. My anti-smoke became the exercise itself. If I smoke I can't get as much oxygen, I get winded and feel like I haven't worked as hard as I know I can, despite the fact that I'm huffing and puffing by the end. Endorphins feel so much better than nicotine! Very Happy
posted 05 Jul 2010, 14:27
Oh no! Holidays!
I'm glad you agree! I love food and don't think it should be the enemy. Smile
posted 05 Jul 2010, 14:23
Oh no! Holidays!
As expected, I'm seeing lots of "Oh, I ate X, Y, and Z and I'm so bad!" Its important to remember that eating is not a crime.

We're all here with a single goal in mind: improving our lives. For some it's by losing, some by gaining, some just by becoming more aware of our consumption. I don't know anyone who is here because they're a bad person or as a punishment.

I first thought about encouraging people to forgive themselves, but then I realized that there's nothing to forgive. You ate. You didn't kick puppies or set somebody's house on fire. You ate. That's all.

So instead I encourage everyone to revisit why they're doing this in the first place. Yesterday was yesterday and beating yourself up over a past you cant change isn't going to get you back on track. Stay here in this moment, which you can control. When you think about yesterday, think about the laughs with family and friends; these are the moments that enrich our lives and make all the diet and exercise worthwhile. That's why we do it, so we can have more of those memories with our favorite people, not memories of the day's calorie count. Smile
posted 05 Jul 2010, 11:13
aha moments while reading journals....!!!.
Amusingly, I was just reading over my own journal before reading your post! I couldn't help but notice how quickly my efforts had become focused since starting FS and the journal. I had the Ah Ha moment that journaling is incredibly important! I mean, we hear that all the time but this is the first time I've seen such amazing results so quickly!

I know it will absolutely improve my journaling in other aspects of my life. How unexpectedly transformative! Very Happy
posted 30 Jun 2010, 00:47
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