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How this woman got back in her skinny jeans through tiny acts of healthiness based on the Four Doables combined with an 80/20 plant-based eating style, and found inner peace along the way.
Like many, all Stephanie wanted was love and acceptance. She bought into the glass slipper fairy tale that if she could slip on her skinny jeans once again she could live in skinny bliss happily ever after.
What an enchanting dream!
Stephanie was a yo-yo dieter, and staying in her skinny jeans always proved fleeting until she discovered she had been chasing the wrong thing. When she stopped chasing skinny, and started chasing healthiness, she was able to drop 40 pounds and keep that weight off for almost five years with less stress and anxiety.
Tiny acts of healthiness based on the Four Doables: one mile, one meal, one feeling, and one day combined with tailored menus based on an 80/20 plant-based eating style helped Stephanie micro-goal her way past her Inner Resistance Monster and create a life full of healthiness back in her skinny jeans.
The Four Doables graphic available for blog, to pin on Pinterest, and reblog on Tumblr.
Stephanie Quilao tweets @skinnyjeans. She is a healthiness Instigator, runner, and iPhone food photographer who tweets about healthy living, food, mobile health & apps, personal growth, and social good. She loves Yoda!
Stephanie Quilao is the Founder and Chief Storyteller of Thriving Media. She was a healthy living blogger from 2005-2011with a global audience known for her blogs Back in Skinny Jeans, Noshtopia, and One Mile One Meal.
Stephanie is a Twitter influential @skinnyjeans and has been tweeting since October 2007. Along with @DrOz, @skinnyjeans was listed in Huffington Post as one of the top 16 Twitter Powerhouses in Health in 2011.
She is the author of digital books, “Death of a Road Warrior, “and “Be #awesome on Twitter.” She is the designer and developer of the mobile health app, “One Mile One Meal” available in August 2012 on iPhone, iPad, Android, and Windows Mobile.
Stephanie has been featured in CNBC “On the Money,” PBS Media Shift, Wall Street Journal, LA Times Food Daily Dish, Glamour.com, Women’s Health, and AOL Health. Stephanie’s blog work has appeared in mainstream media outlets such as USAToday.com, Reuters.com, FOX News Online, iVillage, AOL Diet & Fitness, Livestrong, and About.com.
Stephanie lives in the Bay Area in California where you will find her running and drinking rice milk Dirty Chais.