Did you miss it? “Blogging Changed My Life!”
*Squeeee!* I’m taking off for New York City this morning. To say that I am excited would be a huge understatement.
Moment of “realness:” I am also really, really freaking nervous!
Why am I going to NYC? Well, I’m going to be on The Today Show TOMORROW morning during the 8:30 AM block (originally 10 AM and it was bumped up!). I’ll be promoting my newly released book and trying not to throw up on whoever is interviewing me. Like I said… **Squeeeee** 🙂
I get to NYC around noon so come back for the lunch post to see if I survived my initial steps around the concrete jungle!
In other news… A stabilizing breakfast:
Just a mix of cereals (Grape Nuts and other things), chia seeds, and half a banana in almond milk.
The Operation Beautiful Virtual Book Tour
Pulling into the station for today’s stop on the VBT… Peas and Thank You!
I love Mama Pea and her little girls because they are silly, hysterical, and awesome. Mama Pea shows us that it is possible to raise children to actually LIKE vegetables! :)
Stop by her blog to read her thoughts! And win a copy of my book!
Change the Way You See, Not the Way You Look Guest Posts!
In honor of the OB Book Release, women (and men) all over America and the world are submitting guest posts describing their own experiences, struggles, and triumphs over body image issues.
Here are today’s featured posts:
- Marilyn: Marathon Training Helped Me Realize Miles Mean More Than Pounds
- Courtney: 7 Things I’ve Learned About Finding My Happy Weight
- Kelley: Finding Happiness in Growing Up and Learning to be Content
- Faith: Why My Happy Weight is So Much More Than a Number
- Rachel: How Giving up "Skinny" Gave Me My Life Back
- Brandi: An Active Body is a Respected Body
- Whitney: Changing My Relationship with Food
- Tracy: Discovering That I Don’t Need a Mirror to See My True Self
- Ellen: Learning to Love Myself NOW… Not Five Pounds From Now
- Gavriel: How my Mind Changed (and Didn’t) when I Lost Weight
- Jessica: Discovering True Beauty Through Health and Life
- Melissa: How Pregnancy Made Me See My Body as More Than Just a Body – A Vessel!
- Heather: A Cheerleader without Pom-Poms
- Lissi: Learning to Own My Strength
- Sarah: Seeing Myself as Beautiful, One Run at a Time
- Julie: Discovering Worth and Happiness Cannot Be Weighed on a Scale
- Katherine: Learning to Walk in Beauty
- Rosey Rebecca: How Operation Beautiful and Blogging Improved My Self-Image and Confidence
- Ronja: Learn to Love Your Body by Feeling Good Inside
- Katie: Turning an Unhealthy Obsession into a Healthy One
- Sarah: On Self-Confidence and Really Learning to Love Myself
- Rachel: Our Yoga is Beautiful
- Tracy: Finding My True Self by being a Girl, a Woman, a Wife and a Mother
And Last… But Not Least… An Epic Post-It Giveaway!
Operation Beautiful revolves around the idea that one Post-it can change someone’s entire outlook on life. Of course, the Post-it people love this. :) And in honor of the book’s release and Post-it’s 30th anniversary, they are offering HTP readers a VERY epic giveway!
The Post-it Poptimistic Collection is fun, bright, and COLORFUL! Post-it will give away FIVE sets of the collection, which is valued at $200 each. That’s a LOT of Post-its. And a LOT of Operation Beautiful love to spread around!
To enter the contest, leave a comment that compliments someone you know in real life on in the blog community. For example, "My compliment is for Mama Pea; she’s funny and makes me laugh!” I’ll pick winners on Friday evening.
if you have time take a stop at peep in the village there’s a pink bar and the bathroom is see through (from the inside) the food is delicious! also any crumbs cupcake locations are good as well..enjoy nyc there’s noooo place like it and good luck!