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  • (Free weights) weights not attached to a machine nor driven by cables or chains. Barbells and dumbbells are examples of free weights.
  • A weight used in weightlifting that is not attached to an apparatus
  • (Free Weights) Free weights are often used without the constraint that machines offer. For example, in the standing position, the entire body supports the free weight, taxing a larger portion of the body’s musculature than would a traditional machine.
  • weight: sports equipment used in calisthenic exercises and weightlifting; it is not attached to anything and is raised and lowered by use of the hands and arms
  • The state or feeling of grief when deprived of someone or something of value
  • something that is lost; "the car was a total loss"; "loss of livestock left the rancher bankrupt"
  • gradual decline in amount or activity; "weight loss"; "a serious loss of business"
  • the act of losing someone or something; "everyone expected him to win so his loss was a shock"
  • The fact or process of losing something or someone
  • An amount of money lost by a business or organization
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  • Add new material to or regularly update a blog
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  • read, write, or edit a shared on-line journal
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The Amazing Adventures of Dietgirl
The Amazing Adventures of Dietgirl
At just twenty-three years old, Shauna Reid weighed 351 pounds. Spurred into action by the sight of her enormous white knickers billowing on the clothesline, she created the hugely successful blog "The Amazing Adventures of Dietgirl." Hiding behind her Lycra-clad, roly-poly alter-ego, her transformation from couch potato to svelte goddess began.
Today, eight thousand miles, seven years, and 175 pounds later, the gloriously gorgeous Shauna is literally half the woman she used to be. Hysterically funny and heart-wrenchingly honest, The Amazing Adventures of Dietgirl includes travel tales from Australia to Paris to Red Square, plus romance when she meets the man of her dreams in a Scottish pub. This is the uplifting true story of a young woman who defeated her demons and conquered her cravings to become a real-life superhero to inspire us all.

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After the wedding on Saturday, I got the call that I've been dreading for sometime. For those of you keeping up with my posts, my 87 year old Gram has been battling Alzheimer's for quite sometime and has taken a sudden turn for the worst. I spent my entire day, at her bedside in the hospital. Holding her hand, brushing her hair. I was flooded with memories from my childhood. here's an excerpt from a blog I wrote earlier today: my gram helped raised my brother and me. we spent countless days and nights at her house. She taught me how to play the piano and read sheet music. She made me eat fruit eventhough, at the time I was allergic. She taught me the "golden rule" Do unto others as you would have them do unto you" She made me exercise on a daily basis. . . which I hated at the time, but now still try to do. Her popcorn tasted the best. I loved her scarves she made me, because there were huge imperfections in them. . . but thats why I loved them. I loved how her hands felt and looked. Aged to perfection, wrinkled yet still smooth as silk. She would make Corned Beef and Cabbage only twice a year: St. Patty's Day and My Birthday. In her kitchen, she had a map of Missouri. I remember looking at the weird names of all the towns: Peculiar,Novelty, Pumpkin Center, Skidmore. Every summer we would pack up the Airstream and drive across Kansas, to Estes Park, CO. My mom, brother and I would ride in the Airstream, blaring the radio and sitting on the beds in the back of the trailer. Each bump we hit, going down the highway we could get "mad air" on. I was the only grand-daughter on that side of the family. . . and I loved how she would call me her "favorite grand-daughter" She was drag us to church every Sunday. I would hate it. . . but loved the free donuts. I would sneak down to their basement to watch MTV. The room I stayed in had all of our family pictures. . . for this. . . I believe I do what I do today. I would sit hours on end, looking at pictures from the mid-to late 1800's, of my ancestors. I would wonder what their voices sounded like, what their hobbies were. . . I realize now that none of this would be possible without the photographer that took their picture. I want to be that photographer for future generations. Point being, my gram has made up so much of who I am today. And today I got the call that I have been dreading for sometime. Alzheimer's has robbed my gram, and is failing fast. Today I have to go to the hospital and say my goodbyes. As sad as it may be, it is also a weight that is being lifted off my families shoulders. The last few months have not been pretty. She has been physically gone for years, now, her shell of a body has been drifting around just waiting for the end. The end is near. . . and even though I've selfishly wanted her to go for sometime, now that its here, I want her to stay more than ever.
New Glass, Free "new" free weights, Life is good
New Glass,   Free "new" free weights,    Life is good
Guy came out and replaced the rear window glass. Had to drive into town and park in the car wash so he could work on it out of the rain, but in about an hour it was done. Then picked up this set of free weights from Freecycle Now I have an indoor winter sport.

free weight loss blog
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Gluten-Free Girl: How I Found the Food That Loves Me Back...And How You Can Too
"A delightful memoir of learning to eat superbly while remaining gluten free."
—Newsweek magazine
"Give yourself a treat! Gluten-Free Girl offers delectable tips on dining and living with zest–gluten-free. This is a story for anyone who is interested in changing his or her life from the inside out!"
—Alice Bast, executive director National Foundation for Celiac Awareness
"Shauna's food, the ignition of healthy with delicious, explodes with flavor—proof positive that people who choose to eat gluten-free can do it with passion, perfection, and power."
—John La Puma, MD, New York Times bestselling co-author of The RealAge Diet and Cooking the RealAge Way
"A breakthrough first book by a gifted writer not at all what I expected from a story about living with celiac disease. Foodies everywhere will love this book. Celiacs will make it their bible."
—Linda Carucci, author of Cooking School Secrets for Real World Cooks and IACP Cooking Teacher of the Year, 2002
An entire generation was raised to believe that cooking meant opening a box, ripping off the plastic wrap, adding water, or popping it in the microwave. Gluten-Free Girl, with its gluten-free healthful approach, seeks to bring a love of eating back to our diets. Living gluten-free means having to give up traditional bread, beer, pasta, as well as the foods where gluten likes to hide—such as store-bought ice cream, chocolate bars, even nuts that might have been dusted with flour. However, Gluten-Free Girl shows readers how to say yes to the foods they can eat. Written by award-winning blogger Shauna James, who became a interested in food once she was diagnosed with celiac disease and went gluten-free, Gluten-Free Girl is filled with funny accounts of the author’s own life including wholesome, delicious recipes, this book will guide readers to the simple pleasures of real, healthful food. Includes dozens of recipes like salmon with blackberry sauce, sorghum bread, and lemon olive oil cookies as well as resources for those living gluten-free.

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