- I’ve lost 10 or 12 pounds but it’s more important to me that I’m taking care of myself again.
- I’m learning how to manage my finances on my own after some difficult transitions.
- Reading other people’s ZP stories is so inspiring. Changing your life is a mind-game and you can do it when you stay motivated and focused.
- I take the ZP Challenge books to church and share with my fellow members. I tell them that ZP is for everybody.
You know, we all make mistakes. Nobody is perfect. I have had to learn how to live on my own and keep food on the table for myself and my boys. One of the things I really like about ZP Challenge is you don’t have to buy all these diet products and pre-packaged food. You shop carefully and you eat real food. I’ve learned to think about what we really need, not what we really want. We don’t eat out much anymore. Every two weeks when I get my paycheck, I pay half my rent. That way, the monthly rent is always paid on time. I set aside a little something from every paycheck. Doing things on my own, with the grace of God and with ZP’s help, I know I can do this. I know I can change some things, live life on my own and be happy.