Only a few short years ago (seems like eons ago) I was going to write a humorous autobiography, and I already had the title selected— 50, Fat and Furious. It was meant to be a tart, cynical take on my life along the lines of Erma Bombeck, only at that time there were so many things screwed up in my life that “The Grass is always Greener Over the Septic Tank” seemed tame by comparison.
Years have passed, and I’m not 50 anymore. I’m not furious either. I did lose weight…and then gained it back.
I held senior management positions for a long time and now I’m a business owner. I’m a Ladyboss who’s in control of her life in many ways, but I want to make some fresh and irreverent tweaks to my life. It’s time for a new journey: 30 Days from Fatass to Ladyboss Badass.
I hope you’ll join me. I’m going to share it all: The Good the Flab, and the Ugly. Before anyone gets all upset and accuses me of “fat shaming”, this is my journey, and I have no disrespect in my heart for women of any size. There’s plenty I like about who I am. But as far as where I’m at right now physically, I’m just not feeling my look.
A change is in the making. I’ve made a lot of progress toward achieving personal and business goals the last few years, and my appearance is the last excuse that I have for holding back from becoming who I will be. I want to enter a room in a way that my great aunt Corrine did; even well into her 80’s, she knew how to own a room.
So here we go! Join me this November as I take off the pounds, and let’s build some new relationships with food, clothes, work, ourselves and each other. Want to join me and share your own stories? DM me on Facebook for an invite to our Secret group where I’ll be sharing even more insight into losing weight, improving relationships, achieving goals and oh yeah— some badass business tips.