My goal is to develop healthy, sustainable routines to help me get into shape and then STAY that way!

Quick Facts

Favorite Health Food: Fruit guac roasted veg, bean burgers, PB

Favorite Sinful Food: Cheese, chocolate, cream,

My Preferred Method of Exercise: Badminton

My Approach to Weight Loss: It changes almost daily as I learn more

My Weight Loss Program: Bright Line Eating

My Diet Plan: Pesco-Vegetarian Diet/ BLE

Fitness/Exercise Apps: MyFitnessPal, DietOrganizer, Apple watch, & Eufy scale

Fitness Devices: apple watch

DietBet Winnings: $2,368.94

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TIME PERIOD: All 1-Year 60-Days 30-Days
Unofficial Weigh-InVerified Weigh-InDietBet Runner-UpDietBet WinnerRound WinnerRound Runner-Up
+5.9% Since last weigh-in
0% 1-Month Change
+12.2% Lifetime Change

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Starting over: Losing and Maintaining with the Carrot and the Stick
by - 04/25/2017 10:57AM

Hi, I'm Becky and I'm a yo-yo dieter. I am now in my 3rd transformer and one millionth kickstarter. ... Read More ›

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Becky!!! Welcome back! You can do this. Work that booty. xo

Christin A.

Wow, your story is the exact same as mine, but I gained and lost way more than 20 pounds. It is so frustrating to work so hard and just have the weight come back. I am working on having new relationships with food. I am trying not to dwell on it so much. I haven't done a maintainer yet, but that was my plan after I get back down to my goal weight. I love the idea of daily weights. I think that is where I slipped up last time and I just kept gaining and gaining and kept saying "I'll start back on my diet tomorrow..." I wish you the best!!
My struggle: It's All or Nothing
by - 11/18/2014 3:56PM

I seem to have an all or nothing attitude about my diet. Either I am mentally in the right spot: mot... Read More ›

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Lori M.

You are not alone. This is so me as well! My biggest fear is once I've lost the weight going back to my old habits, because I do love the tasty food that is bad for me. It's like there is a switch inside of me and it's either on or off. I'm really hoping that they have the Maintenance Bet going in the near future. Because once I'm at goal I really think I'm going to need that to keep this weight off for good.


Thank you for the thoughtful blog! I wrestle with the same things, and I have a few tips and thoughts in return.First, the tips - I actually use MyFitnessPal to plan out my days calories. I eat pretty much the same thing for breakfast and lunch every day, and very similar stuff every evening - I'm not a cook so I generally use pre-packaged salads and healthy frozen food meals. This also is a real boon for portion control, since if you buy a 300 calorie dinner, there you are, there isn't 100 extra calories lying around.Now the philosophy - If you have food cravings/addictions/emotional eating like myself, I don't really think you can have a "balanced approach" to food. We wouldn't suggest a heroin addict can have "just a little now and again" and then get back to being clean. I think as a food addict, if I choose to lose weight and get healthy, I also have to choose to get to a place in my life where I eat the healthy stuff I've planned to eat, I take some small pleasure in it, but food becomes a really minor part of my life and I just never, never get to experience the joy of the addictive junk food I crave. It's a monk's attitude toward food, that the goal requires sacrificing this particular part of your life.Just my 2 cents.
Blogging! I love this idea!
by - 07/16/2014 7:48AM

This is really just a test to see how the blogging goes. Since this is my fist blog entry, I'll keep... Read More ›

Julie Lama

Good luck! Wishing you the best!