Why We Shouldn’t Compliment Weight Loss

Commenting on someone’s weight loss (aside from reinforcing the false ideal that fat=bad and thin =good) might be complimenting someone with cancer, an eating disorder, depression, food insecurity, substance abuse, and a whole lot of other conditions.

No, just no, Weight Watchers (WW)

In case you haven’t heard yet or have been absent from social media like I have (cuz ya know, #life), Weight Watchers (now known as WW because they want to pretend they’re not a diet) has teamed up with Kurbo Health to provide a weight loss app for kids as young as 8 (but advertised on iTunes as being for ages 4+).

Stop Putting Off Living Your Life Until You Lose Weight

ave you ever put off social events, dating or job opportunities until after you lost the weight you felt you needed to lose? Do you have a number in mind that once you get there your life can truly begin?
Stop waiting! Your life can begin at any moment!

It’s Okay to Want to Change Your Body

The non-diet, Health at Every Size message may say that you don’t need to change your body to be happy or healthy, but wanting to change your body isn’t wrong. It isn’t bad. It doesn’t mean you’re vain or have the wrong priorities. It’s completely normal at times to want to change your body. You may want to lose weight, have a smaller nose, bigger butt or breasts, bigger biceps, more chiseled abs, tanner skin, lighter hair, etc. etc.

You Are Not Meant to be The Same Weight Forever

Get the weight you were in high school or before kids or before major life changes out of your head. We’re meant to grow and change as we go through the seasons of our lives. It may require you to grieve the loss of your former body or your former weight, and that’s okay.

No One Simply Starts a Diet and Then Lives Happily Ever After

Diets suck you in because they work at first, but then they stop working and you have to put in more time and effort and eventually it consumes your entire life.