are you losing your freedom?

are you losing your freedom?

Are you losing your freedom? Do you feel like you have taken two steps forward and three steps backwards? Do you find yourself free from calorie counting and stepping on the scale, only to find yourself falling back into old habits? Maybe you are on the neglect side of your physical body and spiritual life. Do you just want freedom? Read More

Fit ~ Fierce ~ Free

Fit ~ Fierce ~ Free

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Do you need accountability?

Would you like to be part of a group that is faith based?

Do you want freedom from the yo-yo dieting?

Are you ready to make real, lifestyle changes and stop the crash dieting?

Does getting through the Holidays and keeping your fitness goals intimidate you?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, I have an invitation for you! Read More

My Weight-Loss Journey Part 3

My Weight-Loss Journey Part 3

Catch up on my weight loss journey by reading Part 1 and Part 2.

I hate to tell you….

but I’m still working on losing the physical weight.

I have learned, however, that the spiritual weight I had been carrying around over those years was so much heavier than the physical weight. The bitterness, anger, unforgiveness….. Revelation Wellness® taught me (and trained me to help others!) realize that I can walk in freedom. Freedom from sugar addiction. Freedom from guilt and shame. Freedom from past sin. Freedom from negative body image. That the Lord cares more about the condition of my heart than the number on the scale. When I surrender to His will, when I ask Him to reveal the greater truths of my physical condition based on what’s inside my heart… It might hurt. But it’s where real weight loss begins.

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My Weight-Loss Journey Part 2

My Weight-Loss Journey Part 2

You can read part 1 of my weight loss journey, here. I actually consider it more of my weight gain journey! Here is part 2 of my weight-loss journey.

The Middle {continued}

After Greg had his vasectomy, and the realization hit that we would not have any more children, I decided it was time to “get my body back.” I did it the way every one else does it: calories in, calories out. I downloaded the My Fitness Pal app and started to log every single bite that went into my mouth. I was using the 30-Day Shred for my workouts. They were 20 minutes and completely do-able. I lost 20-25 pounds in a few short months. Honestly, it was my coping mechanism. While I wasn’t angry or bitter, I didn’t really know how to deal with the facts. So I turned to working out.

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My Weight-Loss Journey Part 1

My Weight-Loss Journey Part 1

As a child and teenager, weight loss was never a concern for me. I was an athletic young lady and “could eat whatever I wanted” and really wouldn’t gain any weight. I remember girls in my 7th grade class having “weight loss challenges” and they would see who could lose the most weight in a week. They would sit at lunch and eat saltine crackers and drink water. I remember thinking how ridiculous they were. I never said that, but it was how I felt. I can even remember telling my mom about what they were doing. The idea of being worried about weight loss at 13 didn’t make sense to me. Read More

Sugar – An Idol?

Sugar – An Idol?

Hi, my name is Gail, I’m 31 years old, and I’m a recovering sugar-addict.

Sugar- An Idole?

Sounds a bit dramatic, right? But it’s the truth. I wasn’t able to admit that I was actually addicted to sugar until this past Spring when I got together with some of my girlfriends and we just had a real heart-to-heart conversation about where we were at. In the moment of my confession, I realized just how much I was letting sugar have it’s way with me.

Read the rest of my story HERE!

 

5 Things Your FitBit Can’t Tell You

5 Things Your FitBit Can’t Tell You

I had a FitBit and loved the challenge of getting in my 10,000 steps a day! It was fun when it finally vibrated telling me I had accomplished one of my goals for the day. I love how on laundry day I did 25+ floors in a day. Yet, I found myself falling back into my old ways of getting stuck on numbers. A FitBit can be a great tool, but you have to know your bend as well.

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