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The Ad Hoc Community At-Large

     Two roughly equal lines of avid taste mavens jostled for position on the veranda overlooking a placid pool, sugar cubists and salt lickers, close enough to fight with fists, hips, knees, knobs, but no knives, no cups, nor sporks, nothing too decisive that would need to be pooh-poohed as hearsay in much of the emerging technical literature. 528 more words

Writing

Weekly Weigh In: Week 6 (9.5 lbs Lost)

First of all, I’d like to apologize for posting my stats so late.  I have a perfectly good reason though.  This past Saturday my fiancé threw me a surprise 30th birthday party!   195 more words

Self Improvement

Tall, Heavy 1-Year-Olds May Be at Risk for Obesity Later, Study Finds

By Steven Reinberg
HealthDay Reporter

TUESDAY, Oct. 21, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Infants who quickly add weight and length may be showing a genetic propensity for obesity as toddlers, a new study suggests. 483 more words

Health News

Fatgirl Hunger Types

I’m not sure how many people who struggle with obesity experience this but I thought I would toss it out there.

Yesterday, while speaking with a friend if mine, we were complaining (in a very nurturingly – supportive way) about the struggles we have with hunger. 472 more words

My First Transformation Tuesday

So, now that I’ve broken anonymity, I figure I should post my first transformation Tuesday!

This was me in 2009 around my highest weight (I was just this size again in Feb of this year): 46 more words

Weight Loss

My Little Secret

I received a disturbing text message from my friend’s wife Carla. She is super sweet and not one to play jokes.

Her text message said, “I’m really worried about Rob. 713 more words

Obesity

Burning and Learning; How Moving Makes you Smarter and Why Physical Education is Important

How many of you have walked into a room only to forget the reason you did so. Where’s my keys? Did I remember to…? Being betrayed by our brains is no fun, and it only seems to get worse as we age. 1,089 more words