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Since December 2008, I've lost 15 lbs and I hope to continue my healthy habits of nutritious eating + frequent, fun exercising.

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January 21, 2010


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Tasha - The Clean Eating Mama

53!? That's awesome!
AND your salad looked amazing! I know it kinda is cheating but you have been doing amazing!

Lauren @ Eater not a runner

Wow awesome job on the bake sale, can't wait to see what is available to bid on!


i think we'll let you slide on this one! having absolutely NO kitchen kinda makes it hard.


i really want your dishes and placemats!!!!!

your photography is super cool too. what are your studying in school?


You somehow have the ability to make dates look good, that or they're more photogenic then I imagined (I doubt that!).

Great work on the bake sale! Excited to be taking part!


that's so great!! woo-hoo! I was craving fro yo so bad last night, but somehow I restricted the urge to go get some lol. I don't think that's a bad thing, especially if it's affordable and healthy, plus you don't have a working kitchen!!
How do you do ghosting? looks neat!


i don't think that counts as cheating! You said you can buy prepared food from a grocery store.....I think this counts as that! Your pictures are getting so much better since your photography class!


Great job on the bake sale!


Love the "ghosting" technique - I'll see if I have that on my photo editing software.

Love the salad!!

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