All too often we find ourselves so busy. Whether you’re a parent, going to school, or trying to keep up with the demands of your job, many of us, at one time or another, have neglected our health and felt our weight creep up while we focused on other things in our lives. We always want to take better care of ourselves, but it can be hard to find the time and/or the energy.
If this resonates with you, I think you’ll find this episode’s interview relatable and inspiring.
Five years ago, after the birth of her first son, Heather Robertson weighed 313lbs. Her weight fluctuated as she went through two more pregnancies. In 2010, after her third child was born, Heather joined Weight Watchers, began going to weekly meetings, and started working out at a neighborhood gym.
Over the years, she lost 108lb within 18 months and the remaining 60lbs between pregnancies. Not only does she feel better physically, her confidence is higher than it’s ever been, and she has made the commitment to help other women lose weight.
Enjoy the interview.
Time: 74 minutes
TheLedger.com news article about Heather