I have been trying to shift a stone of weight for literally years now. Even at our wedding 6 years ago I was the same weight that I am now, my comfortable weight of 11st 2lb. After ballooning in weight with the children I dieted and got back down to the weight I am now
I’ve given up doing resolutions as a whole, instead doing a Bucket List every year but I have been thinking for a few months about having one solitary resolution, one for me.
I wrote last week about doing the Weetabix Whole Fibre Challenge and this week things have continued in much the same way – We are all now having Weetabix for breakfast and drinking a lot more water than previously. This week we have also been trying to increase out fibre intake in different ways.
I was recently asked by Weetabix to take part in their Weetabix Whole Wheat Fibre Challenge to see if we could easily increase the amount of fibre in our family’s diets over the course of four weeks.
As any regular reader or social media follower will know, I’ve recently started running. This is something that I have started to enjoy – up until hurting my knees and needing some time off, it’s free and hopefully will get me fit but I have been trying to find other ways to keep me in check