Shaklee 180 Month 2 Update – Admitting Failure

Okay, so this was not the easiest thing to admit. In fact, I wrote a post a few weeks ago about how I had lost my motivation and had strayed from the Shaklee 180 plan. Unfortunately, I did not get my act together and get back on the straight and narrow. So, basically, I had to do a vlog to create some accountability and admit my failure in the weight loss department this month. Check it out below and please, please, please feel free to call me out in email, Facebook or Twitter this month and help keep me accountable. I am determined to get back on track and turn that 0 into a 10 at the end of this third month!

This is a sponsored post as part of the Shaklee Corporation blogger program. I have received free products, online support and incentives for participating. My opinions are my own. People following the weight-loss portion of the Shaklee 180™ Program can expect to lose 1-2 pounds per week.


  1. I've done exactly the same thing, so I can't call you out. I'm going to get back on track too – good luck to you!

  2. Trying to lose weight and blogging about it has its pros and cons. It does keep us accountable but it is so hard to admit when you are not doing well.

    I know you have a lot going on and plans this summer so I hope all goes well for you.

  3. aww.. it can be hard to stick to a health program.. but don't get disheartened.. its not too late to get your act together:) good luck!

  4. Thanks guys! I am just tired of making excuses. I have fought my weight my whole life and I am just ready for the fight to be over. 🙂

  5. I'm sorry you are feeling down. Losing weight is very, very hard. I have struggled with it all my life. It's really no fun at all.

  6. I have been doing 2 steps forward 1 step back for three years now. The trick is getting back on the horse not beating yourself up.

    As long as a weigh less each year, it's still a win in my book.

  7. It's so hard sometimes isn't it? I'm in the same boat right now, I know I need to get up and moving and eat properly, but I just am not. You'll get it yet – I know you, you're strong and determined!

  8. It's NEVER too late to get back on track. I do know what you mean, though. I am the Queen of excuses. I have a ton of them for not exercising. 🙂 Good luck to you, Kathleen!

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