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.
I’ve been experiencing some pain in my right knee lately.
One of my coworkers brought in homemade chocolate chip cookie dough cupcakes to the office this week. While I normally say no to office temptations, these looked too good to be true!
One secret to weight-loss success is being prepared, and I’ve found that pre-cooking my dinner in the morning is one of the easiest ways to ensure I eat a healthy meal at night.
Since healthy eating and exercising are lifestyle changes, I find that sometimes the people around me are not always supportive of my new habits.
My nutritionist, Keri Gans, read me this quote the other day: “If you really want to do something, you’ll find a way. If you don’t, you’ll find an excuse.”
Dining out while eating right has always been a challenge for me. Looking at a menu can often be daunting, especially when, at first glance, everything seems to be unhealthy.
When I’m in a pinch and there’s no time to cook after work, I rely on healthy neighborhood restaurants. One of my go-to takeout places is called Chicken Run.
Now that my boyfriend and I live together, we've found a shared passion for cooking.
Last week my coworker mentioned that she would like to incorporate more salads into her diet, but she says she doesn’t have a lot of time before work to make one.
I’ve struggled with a few slip-ups lately with my diet, especially since it’s the end of summer and there have been more gatherings and social events to attend.