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Lisa Eirene

About Lisa Eirene Lisa lost 110 pounds through calorie counting and exercise. She swims, bikes, runs, hikes and is enjoying life in Portland, Oregon. Her weight loss story has been featured in First Magazine, Yahoo Health, Woman's Day and Glamour.com.

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  1. Biz

    Yep, starting today I am kicking my wine to the curb for a while (well, until I go to Key West at the end of the month!).

    You are doing great Lisa!
    Biz recently posted..Sesame Chicken Pot stickers

    1. Lisa Eirene

      It’s a bummer, but tolerable. For the most part. 🙂

  2. emmaclaire

    Good for you getting 2 pounds off – that’s over 20% of the way there! I need to get serious as well – I was okay with the no alcohol, until the Superbowl 🙁 And I’ve been limiting my intake to 1400 calories most days, but I still keep yo-yo-ing up and down with the same measly 2.5 pounds. I need to read back through my fitness journals to remind myself of some of the tricks I used to drop 60 pounds. Good luck!

    1. Lisa Eirene

      I didn’t think of it that way! I like it!
      If you come across any tips share them with me. 🙂

  3. Bat-el Miller

    i agree about trying to maintain in the holiday as opposed to lose, it is more realistic and you end up feeling less guilty afterwards which is always great. I’m new to your blog, so first I wanted to say good job on losing 100lbs. Losing is harder than maintaining as someone who has about 15lbs to lose I always end up losing and gaining weight all the time because i’m so focused on the loss and then i sabotage it. I can’t eliminate products I would just rather substitute healthier options that I think will work better.

    look forward to reading more of your posts! Keep up the good work and never give up on a healthier happier, and wonderful life.

  4. marie richardson

    I look forward to the day when food is just food. It’s not good or bad. My day won’t be ‘rated’ by what I eat. I look forward to taking the steps that will get me to the place where food is fuel. I won’t discard common sense…I won’t pretend that I don’t feel the fear…that’s where one day at a time comes in:) Kudos to those who are on a mission.

    1. Lisa Eirene

      Sounds ideal for sure. I hope some day I am at that same space.

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