It's a Cruise to be Thin - Kasey lives in Hawaii and posts some beautiful photos with her BFC blog. She is in her mid-fifties and has a great attitude about life and dieting. She is a long time reader/commenter here on my blog and I always appreciate her support.
Healthy Me! Doing the Belly Fat Cure - Rosalie is in her 50s and has been on a fantastic BFC journey and lost about 80 lbs this last year! She posts very regularly and has just started making some videos about her journey.
Fat to Fit The BFC Weigh - Diane is in her mid-forties and posts her before/after photos, which are really motivating. Diane started a SparkPeople group for the BFC, too. If you are looking for a place to better track your weightloss and and a nice community to share it with (and blogging isn't your thing), check it out! S
A Moment in Time - Helen is documenting her journey on the BFC and is currently 9 weeks into Jorge Cruise's Fast Track program. As far as I know, that makes her the only FT dedicated blog right now. She is currently half way to her goal! She also posts her food intake regularly.
Losing It With BFC - Sherrie combines some BFC principals with Weight Watchers, which I know a lot of people are doing (that is what my Mom is doing right now too). She is a great resource if you are doing something similar. She has a great attitude and is celebrating a new low weight!
Bye, Bye Belly - Susan has lost 35lbs so far and is in her mid-forties. She also has a skinny husband, like me! ;-) She was also in the Fast Track class in did in January. Susan is active on twitter too, which I love, but blogs less frequently.
Cat's Belly Fat Cure - Cat is a cancer survivor and brings her knowledge and experience from that to the BFC diet. She has younger kids, like me, and posts photos of her food which we all like to see!
Melt Fat BFC Style - Lindsay is in her 20s, and gives a younger prospective on the BFC. She also writes about her daily menus and eating out on the plan.
Healthy Low Carb Living - Amy Dugan is a author that writes a great blog. She doesn't write BFC specifically, but her posts are really relevant to this eating style. She has been eating a low carb for 10 years, so she certainly knows it's a lifestyle and not just a diet.
I used to have a regular link to other bloggers when I first started. Sadly, one by one they all stopped blogging and I eventually removed the links. It feels like losing a friend when a fellow blogger stops writing, doesn't it? I guess I should add back a link section now, but I thought a post dedicated to these ladies was a good start! I hope all you ladies keep writing! (and I sincerely apologize if I missed someone, feel free to put a link in the comments section if I did!) If you like what you read, leave these ladies a comment and let them know. Bloggers LOVE comments!
ps. Google Reader is a really easy way to keep track of the blogs you like to read. Click on the FOLLOW button and make sure you are logged into your Google Account. Then to go http://reader.google.com, also logged into your Google Account. Al the blogs you have subscribed to should be there. Here you can organize them by subject matter and make sure you never miss another post! If a blog doesn't have a FOLLOW button, simply paste the URL into ADD A SUBSCRIPTION at the top of Google Reader. It will change the way you read the web!