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Author Archives: Jay
Over the last two years I’ve written hundreds of blog posts, columns, guest articles and have spoken to dozens of audiences about change. This isn’t a book about weightloss or healthy living. This is a book about learning to survive after … Continue reading
A friend of my mine recently sent me some interview questions for a project he’s working on. I likes these questions because they’re really broad and writing the answers reminded me just how much my thinking has changed. You should … Continue reading
This little guy wasn’t having any of it. I stood there along the side of the road, leaned forward, raised my camera, and snapped his picture. While the camera was still against my face I heard the scissor flaps of this … Continue reading
There’s a small hill overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, just behind The Miner’s Museum in Glace Bay. It is one of my favorite spots in the world. It’s a place to go and feel small. I makes me feel grounded. I’ve had … Continue reading
Confidence is a habit. So is doubt. I’ve written about building confidence a thousand times, and I’ve talked about it with support groups for hours. My confidence has grown out of habit. In the early days I thought “fake it … Continue reading
I met with a wonderful support group in Fredericton yesterday and a good part of the conversation was about how we identify the underlying issues beneath our weight problems. We all gain weight by eating more than we move, and we … Continue reading