About Me

I am not a nutritionist.

I am not a personal trainer.

I’m not even much of an athlete… though I’m working on that.

I’m just a regular person who was overweight my whole life, and then changed things after I split my pants in front of a room full of people (read more on my turning point). That split was the proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back and I decided I’d officially had enough of being fat. That day I weighed 262 pounds.

Today I weigh 172 pounds.

I know what you’re thinking: That’s still overweight. Don’t worry; I’m not done yet. In that first year following my turning point, though, I lost 75 pounds. Even more impressive (if I do say so myself) is that I did it naturally, through a healthy diet and exercise. Strange but true: No drugs. No surgeries. No overly restrictive diets.

I’ve learned a lot along the way – and I’m still learning – as I struggle to lose the next 32 pounds to get me to my goal weight of 150. The prime objective of this blog is to keep myself motivated. However, I sincerely hope that in motivating myself, I am able to inspire and help others to take control of their lives and make healthy choices, so that they, too can start living fuller, happier lives.

(Incidentally, if you do find my thoughts, experiences and ramblings helpful in getting you to your goal, I’d love to hear about it! Leave a comment or send me an email: kimberly@watermelonwaistline.com)