In this episode of The Half Size Me Podcast, interviews Dani, who lost over 60 pounds with Weight Watchers and exercise, uses her own weight loss success story to motivate and inspire others.
From Dani’s Site: “I began Weight Watchers November 2, 2009 (217.4 lbs), hit my goal weight on January 10, 2012 (153.8 lbs) and Lifetime on February 21, 2012 (155.4 lbs) – I got rid of 63 lbs through the program … I like to say got rid of it since lost insinuates that I want to find it again … which I don’t!
I first tried Weight Watchers in college. I never officially joined, but instead copied my friend’ points book and tried to track myself. It worked for awhile … until I got to my senior year. Put on a nice 50 lbs or so. Damn beer, pizza and fries!
… [I] made the decision to change. I was unhappy, uncomfortable in my own skin and unhealthy. I signed up for Weight Watchers on November 2, 2009 and had my life changed.“
You can find out more about Dani at WeightOffMyShoulders.com!
In this episode, you’ll hear Dani talk about
— how she overcame eating disorders and lost 63 pounds
— staying strong in the face of serious set backs, like undergoing surgery
— becoming a Weight Watchers leader and why it’s one of the best decisions she’s ever made
— and much more!
About The Half Size Me Podcast
Heather lost 170 pounds (108 of it since starting Weight Watchers 18-months ago) and she did it all while having 3 children (all of them c-sections), developing two hernias, and battling a life-long addiction to food. Since achieving her goal weight, Heather has made it her mission to help other women, especially moms, realize they’re worth it too.
So, join Heather every week for The Half Size Me Podcast where she shares information, inspiration, and interviews with women who’ve learned weight loss isn’t just about losing pounds, it’s about finding yourself.
Theme music, “Walk Alone” by Jim Armstrong courtesy of MusicAlley.com.
Disclaimer: Heather is not a doctor, nurse, or certified health professional and what works for her or her guests may, or may not, work for you. So, please be sure to talk with your doctor, dietician, or other certified health professional when seeking advice about your own weight loss or weight maintenance plan. All information included in The Half Size Me Podcast and on HalfSizeMe.com is for informational and inspirational purposes only.
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