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I’m Italian and I CAN enjoy a KETO Way of Life

Weight loss isn’t a race of speed. It’s a lifestyle pace to get it off and keep it off. Can a 50-ish woman reach her end of summer weight loss goals? Amusing daily posts of her snail’s pace journey to BREAKING 200.

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Weekly Recap – Week 2

Weight Ups & Downs: I’ve been at this for two weeks, today being the last day in the week. I have a win anytime the scale moves down an ounce.

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Need A Plan

Small Gains In The Right Direction I lost three pounds in the previous 9 days. That’s not bad but definitely not what I had expected to lose. I chose Ketogenic Diet based on all of the success stories I read about on my social media. Hundreds of people have experienced huge weight loss in a […]

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Mandatory Day of Rest

When dieting, some days, the best thing we can do is to give our body, mind and soul a rest from activity, heavy foods and day-to-day stressors.

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Week 1 Recap – I Ate What?

Some days are a diet fail and today was one of them. Can a 50-ish woman reach her end of summer weight loss goals? Find out by reading BREAKING 200.

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Slow Go

Weight loss isn’t a race of speed. It’s a lifestyle pace to get it off and keep it off. Can a 50-ish woman reach her end of summer weight loss goals? Amusing daily posts of her snail’s pace journey to BREAKING 200.

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Moving the Scale

My Scale Doesn’t Lie – Minor Setback Every day, I step on the scale first thing in the morning. Today, I have serious weight problems. The scale doesn’t lie. I gained .4 pounds. Wish I could put a sad face emoji here. I started my blog knowing there would be ups and downs and I […]

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Me. Myself. And I

Who’s To Blame For My Obesity? If there is blame to be doled out, I admit it. I have weight problems. I am the one who is really to blame for my obesity — Me. Myself. and I. It’s obvious who’s in charge here. After all, I’m in my mid-fifties and been on my own […]

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