Thursday, November 03, 2011

Interview: Women You Should Know

I was recently contacted by a website called Women You Should Know and they asked me to answer a few questions. After checking out their site, I was more than happy to oblige. And I'm thrilled with the results. Check out the article, and the interview here.

(special thanks to the Twitter follower who recommended me, to Matt for letting them use a photo he took and to Women You Should Know for contacting me!)

Oh and since this is a tiny post... someone left a comment asking what happened to my video posts. I actually forgot about those! If you have a suggestion for a video post, leave a comment below for what you want me to answer or show in a video and pick one of your suggestions and film one this weekend.

And if you forgot, I'm blogging over on WeightWatchers.com twice a week. If you miss me over here,  check out my posts there!

Thanks and have a great week. Stay awesome! :)




6 comments:

  1. LOVE it darlin! xoxoxoxoxoxoxo

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  2. I would totally watch your reality show!

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  3. A post on how you stay active and eat healthy during the winter/holidays would be good (unless you've already done a video on that). That seems to be the time I always fall off the wagon. Also, I was wondering what kind of a running schedule you use to train for your races?

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  4. I have a question! Have you always worn 4-inch heels?

    I'm currently 90 pounds overweight, and I find wearing high heels crazy painful now! Don't get me wrong, I've always found heels painful after a while, but, 70 pounds ago, I used to be able to wear them for an extended period of time.

    I'm working on exercising regularly to lose weight, and one of my incentives is being able to wear heels again. But there's a niggling thought in the back of my head that makes me think, regardless of weight, heel-wearing is for stouter hearts than mine.

    School me in this, Bitchcakes, is high-heel wearing an acquired skill or is it a weight-restricted event?

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  5. HRH Teri, I love that question! I will answer in a video & blog post this week. Thank you!

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