Our Lady of Weight Loss

Our Lady of Weight Loss


Hellooooooo … BeliefNet!!!!

Hi Everyone … I am soooo excited to be posting my first blog entry on Beliefnet.com!
I thought I’d tell you a little bit about me, and then – please – feel free to tell me about you! You can post whatever you like below or you can write me.
My name is Janice Taylor, and I was born fat! I was the only baby in the hospital nursery to gain weight. An ominous sign. At age 8, I weighed 112 lbs. However, praise be!!!! after a lifetime of yo-yo dieting (performed gracefully), I permanently removed over 50 pounds of excess weight 6 years ago.
Our Lady of Weight Loss (OLofWL) was and remains my guide. This blogspot is dedicated to OLofWL and all who crave mammoth portions of food-facts, recipes, arts, crafts and inspiration. For those who are looking to Yo their last of the Yo-Yo!
My posting will vary from day to day. Sometimes a piece of art (like the Fountain of Guilt) will appear. Sometimes a recipe or a video. A Weighty Confession. A weight loss crafts project. Weight loss jig saw puzzles. Who knows!
We are on a mission here and it is to: Make Weight Loss Fun!
Join with us (Our Lady of Weight Loss and me) on this incredible journey.
Thanks!!
Deliciously yours,
Janice
Check out my website – Our Lady of Weight Loss
and this week’s Kick in the Tush Club



  • Tina Z.

    Hello Janice,
    I am a huge fan of your work and wit. Excited you are w/ beliefnet and look forward to reading your future posts.
    Be well,
    Tina Z.

  • Theresa

    Hello Janice
    My Name Is Theresa im married and have a beautiful 18 year old daughter i have always had weight issues i have tried many diets none really seemed to help i would turn to food for comfort at times wich i knew wasnt good for me but i did it just the same now here i am 36 years old and 232lbs and miserable i have many health issues ive had a stroke i have high blood pressure diabetes high Cholesterol and high triglycerides stomach issues i want to get healthy but it like i dont no where to start i get depressed about it i dont want to have a heart attach or another stroke because of being overweight both my parents passed away because of heart attachs and that was hard for me to deal with and i lost 4 babies that was even harder i want to be around for my family but i want to lose the weight for me to i dont want to feel ashamed about how i look can you give me any advise please i would really appreciate it have a wonderful day.
    take care
    Theresa

  • http://Faith48@myspace Shirley Nogle

    Dear Janice, i just got out of the hospital from having a heart attack, i was wondering if you have any tips on managing Stress, i am unaware when im stressing> apparently my body knows to well? for my weight is due to that, Thanks Shirley

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