365: 04.06.13 Porridge on Tuesday

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So this is a bit new. I’ve been chosen as a Porridge on Tuesday ambassador. I’m not really sure what it entails, but I do know that it’s a little bit exciting.

I have a mixed history with food and eating and dieting. Maybe one day I will blog it. Porridge on Tuesday are all about helping you work out a healthy diet and exercise plan that works for you and there are many reasons why I applied. I do not want to lose weight. A few pounds would be lovely, of course, but ultimately my aim is more than weight loss. I want to maintain my current weight, shape up a little (or a lot, depending on how you look at it!) and change my general attitudes towards food.

Next month, I will be jumping from a plane for the Lullaby Trust, as part of Matilda Mae’s legacy. I want to get in shape for that. I want to be able to develop and maintain a healthy lifestyle whilst also looking after three kids. I want me back. My body. My confidence. My happiness.

But I do not want this to be just one more diet, in a string of failed diets. I want to break that cycle. Wish me luck!


We need your help! Team Matilda Mae needs just over £1000 in sponsorship by 14th July so that we can complete our skydive for the Lullaby Trust. We are raising money in Matilda Mae’s name.  If you can sponsor us, please do so here. If you can help in another way, please get in touch!



    • ghostwritermummy
      June 5, 2013 / 8:17 pm

      Thank you!

  1. June 4, 2013 / 9:39 pm

    Susanne, part of why I’m doing POT is to find me again. Hugs honey…hopefully we can support each other!
    Karin x
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    • ghostwritermummy
      June 5, 2013 / 8:16 pm

      Yes definitely, we will support each other. Looking forward to that!

  2. Metropolitan Mum
    June 5, 2013 / 11:37 am

    I have got a very turbulent food/diet/attitude towards food as well. I have, fortunately, overcome it a couple of years ago, but it scares me to thing my two little girls could develop any of the above. Anything to raise awareness and help women feel great about themselves is fantastic!! Dxx

    • ghostwritermummy
      June 5, 2013 / 8:16 pm

      Yes, I have 2 daughters now and I would hate to pass on any of my issues to them- knowing full well MY issues came from MY mum. It’s a tricky one xxx

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