I recently turned 45 and have always considered myself in fairly good shape, not real over eight, healthy, etc.... That was until early this summer (June 2012), when I was walking around the house without a shirt on and my 6 year old told me that I looked fat. Children do not have a sensitivity filter so I turned and looked in the mirror and realized she was right. I thought to myself what in the
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My name is Donna Syphers. I am 38 years old, with a full time career as a Product Manager and a wife with a house full of chores plus two children aged 3 ½ yrs and 11 months. I really enjoy cooking, every type of food and eating with my friends and family. I mostly love rice, noodles, sweets and bread. Not to mention, I LOVE having wine at dinner with my husband. I am not special or different than
I had been in a severe bike accident in February, 2012. I had a broken back, leg, arm, 2 ribs and a punctured lung. After 6 days in the hospital, 2 months in a wheelchair and then having to use crutches until my back and leg healed enough for me to return to just walking. I had just finished a 375 mile bike ride with 15,000 feet of climbing, in great shape and now my fitness was gone and depressio