And ten days until my 39th birthday. I have been having such a hard time not using food to cope with life.
I feel it must be clear to the outside world how much I am struggling with the FAT Project right now. I
One of the very special aspects of my new job is to meet Olympians and athletes of all kinds. In my first
Thanks to some pushing and cajoling by my friends and supporters I had an amazing free swim across Auburn Bay. It took
First off for the masses, OCR stands for Obstacle Course Race. On May 13, I had the opportunity to run my second
A new kind of class that everyone can attend. ShoeCamp is safe, moderate, fun, inclusive and designed to promote physical activity and
So things have been challenging of late. At work and at home with the twins, life has just been more difficult than
The day I started the FAT Project, was the day Obesity was declared a disease in Canada (October 9, 2015) – this
I was hyper vigilant the first year about posting everything I ate. This helped me publicly deal with everything involved in the
Specifically the way I have dealt with them for 37 years of my life. I have talked a little before that I
That is what I wanted to write. I am a very low point emotionally( I have been for at least two weeks)
Thanks to Alberta Primetime and Stephanie Raddatz for this great update video of the project.
So this got slipped in the web version of the CBC interview!! So here is the official news…. I don’t know if
This morning I had a fun interview celebrating 1 year and 100 lbs of the FAT Project on CBC. Give it a
Thank you to RoadWest Pictures for putting this awesome trailer together.
Death. Grief. When my mom died at 49 years old ( I was 21), it rocked me. I was an only child