One woman's quest for a healthy weight and a healthy life – the ups, the downs, and plenty of solid advice.
Ann Hagman Cardinal reflects on specific things about being obese that she is happy to be rid of.
Ann Cardinal thought she could get away without counting calories. She had to think again.
Ann Hagman Cardinal muses about and strategizes on the horror of the calorie-laden holidays.
Ann Hagman Cardinal reflects on the perils of photo avoidance for the weight-challenged.
Ann Hagman Cardinal examines the frustration and total suckage of weight loss plateaus.
A surprising Facebook message prompts Ann Hagman Cardinal to reflect on the often challenging journeys mothers take with their children.
Attending my first female bodybuilding competition, I'm dazzled by the smell of spray tan and the sheen of Lucite heels.
Ann Hagman Cardinal talks about facing the grief that she hid under 100 pounds of fat and how she got out from under.
Smart ways to cope with the trials and tribulations of eating healthy away from home.
Ann Hagman Cardinal reflects on the changes in the mirror since her weight loss.
Ann Hagman Cardinal offers pointers on how to refresh your wardrobe and stay fashionable while you lose weight.
Ann Hagman Cardinal discusses the myth of the silver bullet and her three major tools for weight loss.
One woman's quest to lose 65 pounds and be fierce and fit by her 50th birthday.