It’s hard to stay active through Detroit’s arctic winters, but I look forward to spring when I will be able to ride my bike all over my area and spend my lunch breaks wandering through Detroit people watching and taking pictures. -Nicole I was asked to review a copy of one of the latest books about bariatric surgery, Weight Loss Surgery: The Real Skinny.
Written by Doctor Nick Nicholson, a weight loss surgeon, and B. Blackwood, an author and lawyer, this book is intended for people who are considering weight loss surgery, or are WLS post-ops looking for additional information.
With only 4 days in the Netherlands, we crammed in as much excitement as physically and financially possible.
We walked and walked and ate and enjoyed time as a family (and I celebrated my 10 year wedding anniversary with Taylor).
As a sufferer of depression and anxiety since my teen years, I’ve tried plenty of medications and met with quite a few mental health professionals.It was the most physically taxing thing I’ve ever done, but I hobbled through the last 2 miles and sprinted across the finish line to get my awesome finisher medal.I was very into tracking my fitness during the year with my Fitbit One Activity Tracker (add me on my Fitbit profile).Some days I regretted it…but it was largely a relief to take myself out of the spotlight.I knew I’d still want to make occasional updates on the blog, but I feel like most of my gastric bypass story has been told.