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My quest to lose 100 Pounds in 1 Year became so much more than a weight loss plan.  It transformed my life.

100 Pounds eGuides Now DownloadableSo I custom-curated these 100 Pounds eGuides to share my story.  I hope they inspire and entertain you along your own weight loss journey.  To make things easy, I combed through hundreds of 100 Pounds blogs and sorted them by topic, so you can focus on what interests you most.  Plus, they come in a handy download, so you can take them with you.

Every 100 Pounds in 1 Year EGuide Contains:One reader says:

“Its like you read my mind! You appear to know so much about this, like you wrote the book on it or something.”
— Ashley

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How to Get Started eGuide from 100poundsin1year.comHave you been riding the roller coaster of weight loss, dieting, losing weight, gaining it back, gaining even more back?  That’s where I was in 2011, over 300 pounds, depressed, bored, and frustrated with myself.  In this eGuide, I share three, simple steps which launched me in a new direction and began the biggest change of my life.
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I Want My Outside to Match My Inside

If you’ve been riding the weight loss roller coaster most of your life, then the last thing you need is someone telling you it’s going to be easy this time. I’ll admit it — straight out – easy would be great. Hard sucks. Too hard to lose weight. Too hard to keep it off. Too hard to live with that undying dream of feeling comfortable in my skin again.  That dream never goes away, though, does it? Even people who’ve lost a lot of weight will admit they have trouble matching their new body to their old body image. Even they want their inside to match their outside.

This eGuide stays true to that dream. In witty, practical terms, I cover the mental hurdles I faced while losing 100 pounds in 1 year. In this digital pdf download, I untangle obstacles (It’s never as easy as all the diet gurus want it to be.) I tell stories of how I crossed the gap between what I wanted and my inability to get there. In charting the not-so-straight line from fat to skinny, I unearth the wisdom that taught me how to become a bridge across that gap. Today, I experience life with greater focus, more energy, and expanding joy, no matter what the scale reads. That, in itself, is a huge lift of weight. I hope this eGuide inspires you to launch your own lift.

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Eat to Thrive

Is peace with food possible?  Yes!  Here’s practical ideas on how I stopped my fight with food.  If you’ve ever imagined food as your enemy, then my story is for you.  It’s a refreshing approach which honors our struggle and gives credence to our deep desire to relate to food in a healthy way.  Learn how to ditch diet tricks and eat to thrive.

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Just Show Up: Why Movement Matters

Most exercise plans start out demanding too much effort or too much time.  I need a plan that fits me, a work out that actually works for me, not the other way around.  To my delight, I found the power in starting simple and getting creative as obstacles came up.  Learn why movement matters and how you can design your own yellow-brick road to fitness.

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