Check in with SHAPE magazine columnist Beth Blair as she posts weekly about her weight-loss journey on shape.com. Learn from her successes and struggles as she chronicles her transformation in 2014.
When I started writing this column a year ago, I thought my journey would be filled with all of the classic weight-loss strategies I was familiar with (though honestly, they had failed m...
The tricky thing about weight loss is coming up with new healthy recipes to try because I tend to get into a routine of eating the same thing over and over.
As much as I love the holidays, I've come to almost dread one aspect of them: the internal struggle I go through at parties and dinners.
Social media has changed all of our lives, especially those of us trying to lose weight.
Eating out has its pros and cons: It's convenient and there is no clean-up, but on the other hand, it costs much more than eating at home and you can't control which ingredients go in yo...
Before and after weight-loss photos are fun to look at, as well as super inspirational. But behind every set of photos is a story. For me, that story is all about the little changes.
Are you a grazer? You know, slowly eating your way through the day, having a cookie here, some cheese there, a handful of nuts (or chips or crackers) there.
With a three-day weekend approaching, I've been thinking about how I'm going to survive the parties and grilling and stay on track with my weight loss.
My favorite reason for the spring through fall months is easy: fresh foods. And while my family loves browsing at the St.
As a child, one of my favorite pastimes was bike riding. Along with my brothers and the other neighborhood kids, I would race, explore, and enjoy the freedom my bike gave me.