Weight & Body Update + 2018 Goals

Hello friends!

I’m coming up to my year anniversary from when I started using potatoes as my weight loss weapon, and because I haven’t posted a body update in a couple of months, I figured I am overdue!

On February 1st ,2017 I embarked on a new journey. One that fired up my passion for potatoes and ultimately lead me to writing The Potato Reset Weight Loss & Recipe Guide (get 20% off with the code HOTPOTATO.)

I haven’t been just eating potatoes and vegetables this whole time. I’m not perfect, I have slipped up here and there on processed foods but I’m 1000x better than I used to be. When I’m not hosting a challenge in my Facebook group, or intentionally doing a Potato Reset, I include other whole plant foods such as fruit, rice, beans and lentils.

I keep my diet as SOS free as possible (salt, oil and sugar free) and I’ve continued to lose weight. I find that my progress is faster when I eat just potatoes and vegetables. Variety, even when healthy, can cause some people to overeat.

Check out my latest body update and 2018 goals here:

9 thoughts on “Weight & Body Update + 2018 Goals

  1. My goals are improving my flexibility, balance, and strength. I’m doing this through hitting the gym for classes, lifting weights, doing yoga, and like you, being intentional with how I eat and how I spend my time.

  2. Wow! You have done really well your hips and legs look a lot more defined – well done you
    I’m a disabled girl but I wouldn’t mind giving it a go -I cannot exercise at all – did the potatoes make you sleepy ? I often find when I eat potatoes or bread my fatigue is very high
    I’ll just have to follow your recipes I’m not in a financial position to buy anything
    I live in the UK
    Once again be proud you did really well and look amazing 😀❤️

    1. Thank you Lynn! The potatoes don’t make me sleepy, it really helps if you don’t put anything fatty on them (no oil, butter, cheese — even if it’s vegan). If you want some of my tips, guidelines and few starter recipes download my free Jumpstart Guide, then you’ll be put on the mailing list to be notified whenever I put out a new recipe on my blog 🙂

  3. I love your honesty and transparency-especially with the pictures. I noticed your RV picture. Might that be a Leisure Travel Van Wonder??? We own a Leisure Travel Island Bed and love it! And we travel a lot in it! Keep up your great work in all that you do and thanks for the motivation.

      1. We bought a used Unity from a private seller. It was 4 years old with 29k Miles. We saved about 40k over new and we have put about 10k back in with upgrades and repairs/ replacements. Tires, refrigerator, propane regulator, etc. It’s a really solid RV and we love the ability to travel and work virtually. Have you joined the Leisure Travel Vans Enthusiast FB page? Lots of good info there, even if you don’t own yet.

          1. We actually went to Winkler Manitoba to LTV and got some of the more specialized things. The exchange rate from US coupled with their knowledge of how the MH is built gives us a lot of confidence. We were treated very well in August when we were there. Basics like tires, propane regulator, refrigerator all done at local RV place but they charge over twice what we pay at LTV for labor. I kept searching for used LTV on RV trader and found ours. We were ready to travel out of state to buy one and then the exact model we wanted came up on RV Trader 45 min from our home! Meant to be.

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