I finally cracked on Day 57: For late breakfast after a working field trip to Phil Hardberger Park with my son, Alex, I ordered the huevos a la mexicana plate at Panchito’s, and later that evening, while serving as a judge for CANstruction at North Star Mall, I joined the other judges and organizers and wolfed down some mall pizza.
I don’t know what I was expecting when I showed up at the Tripoint YMCA to meet a familiar figure hitting the weights.
The diet industry weighs in at billions of dollars a year in advertising and marketing come-ons, with billions more of published words devoted to the latest fad diet.
Editor’s Note: Reader Mike Moran was one of many people we heard from in the days following the start of Robert Rivard’s articles on his efforts to regain his level of fitness and balance in life and lose the weight he has gained since launching the Rivard Report two and a half years ago.
A little more than two years ago, my husband Brian and I began a quest for healthier living and weight loss.
San Antonio is a city filled with people silently obsessed with their own weight and wellness issues.
I am fresh out of the shower, standing on the scales and staring at the digital readout: 210.6 pounds.
One pound a month, every month, for 30 months.