Why is it that because I am working on losing weight, people have to try to push products on me? You sell Advocare? Good for you. You sell some natural pills (natural?! I don't care what's in that crap - me eating better and exercising is natural, thank you very much) and think I should try them? That's cool.
But, in case you haven't noticed, I have dropped forty pounds in two months (with a setback this month, where I gained back 9 pounds, but have already lost most of that and am going strong). What have I done? I've cut out soda. I've cut out sweets for a long period of time, and now limit them. I've added more fruits and vegetables into my life. I've gotten off of my butt and moved. I've started using an exercise bike.
And you know what?
I can do this, without your pills, without your fad diets, without your money-making schemes. I can do this. I will do this. I realize you're out to run a business, but first, you were my friend. Lay off of the trying to make money on me. I got this.
PS. BIG thanks to the guy I went to high school with who makes his living selling Advocare who has NEVER ONCE tried to sell it to me. He comments on my posts and photos, tells me I am doing a good job, but has never ever tried to push anything onto me. And you know what? One day, if I do decide that I need to add some sort of pills or programs to help with this weight loss... he's the one I'll call.