203: Dot Shares Her Story Of Losing Over 100 Pounds And Changing Her Lifestyle


What does it take to get healthy and change your lifestyle? Join us as we chat with Dot, a 40-something marketer who decided to quit her job in 2012 to focus on getting healthy. Dot has lost over 100 pounds since 2012 and she now blogs about her journey and story over at DotToTrot.com.

Biggest challenge

Dot tells us about a challenge she’s going through right now – the frustration of fluctuating in weight.

How do you stay so motivated and accountable?

Having people to help keep her accountable is one of the big ways Dot stays on track.

Key Advice For Beginners

Don’t go from 0 to 60 in a second – it’s not possible. Be patient.

Inspirational Quote:

People who reach their goals don’t worry about perfection.

Favourite Meal:

Dot describes a delicious breakfast.

Favourite Workout


Interview Links & Resources Mentioned:

Dot’s Blog
Dot on Facebook
Dot on Twitter
Why We Got Fat
Tough Mudder
Born To Run
My Fitness Pal
Easy 5K
Roni’s Weigh
Keep It Up David

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