Welcome To My Page!

Welcome to my page!! My name is Meghann, and I am so happy you found me! I am a wife and a mother in my early thirties. Three years ago, I weighed in over 270 pounds. I honestly have no idea how I had gotten that heavy, but I knew it had to change. I am now over 135 pounds lighter, and just finished my first half marathon - which I had considered to be my end goal. But then came the question "what next?"

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Find Your Pace

One thing I know I keep saying is that I am not fast - and its true. When I trained for the Disney Princess Half Marathon, I tried to train for a 14 minute mile, as RunDisney has a requirement of staying under a 16 minute mile. I now average being around 13 minutes and... Continue Reading →

Crawl. Walk. Run. aka Running for Beginners

Many people have reached out to me with questions, either how to start running, or how to increase their current mileage. First and foremost, make sure you are healthy enough to begin a workout program. I recommend ¬†that everyone get a full physical before beginning any fitness and nutrition routine, but especially if you are... Continue Reading →

Meal Prep Sunday – #1!

One of the most important parts of weight loss and fitness is diet. A saying that has stuck with me is: Weight Loss = 70% nutrition + 20% exercise + 10% genes This is SO true. I can work out like a BEAST, but if I am not following that up with the correct nutritional... Continue Reading →

*Setting Goals*

What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.¬† - Zig Ziglar One of the most important things I have done for myself is to set goals. The first big goal set was the Disney Princess Half Marathon. This was set 2 years in advance... Continue Reading →

Throw away your scale.

Fact: Most people start fitness and nutritional journeys in order to lose weight. That is 100% why I started. Fact: If you make healthier choices consistently and add more exercise consistently to your sedentary lifestyle, you will lose weight. FALSE: THIN automatically = Healthy Let's talk about this. As I mentioned in a previous post, I... Continue Reading →

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