After reaching 270lbs , Elizabeth Raney took advice from her mum and took part in a weight-loss challenge at work and then lost 102lbs! Women's Health has the story,,,
For the first six years running Stitch Fix, Katrina Lake wasn't comfortable with being labelled a female business leader and this followed on the many knockbacks from male investors didn't quite understand the full potential of what Stitch Fix could deliver. BBC News has the story...
Following A Low-Carb Diet, Using A Food Scale, And Walking At Least 10,000 Steps A Day Helped Me Lose 80 Lbs!
Luz Arteaga returned from a family trip with the realisation that her weight was holding her back. After starting a low-carb diet, weighing food with a scale and walking at 10,000 steps a day, Luz went onto lose 80lbs in under 11 months! You can read more over in Women's Health.
When Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson's time with WWE came to an end, it was just the beginning of their multi-platform success. Investors need to take note with current and former pro wrestlers are making moves across media and commerce! Entrepreneur Europe has the story...
A mum who once starred on Britain's Fattest people has shed 10 stone after fearing she would die. Emily Ingold, 26, was so big she even had a seatbelt extension for her car. You can read more in The Daily Star...
A stay-at-home mum has revealed she makes £2,000 a month selling stuff she found in bins - by salvaging rubbish sold out by major stores and selling on for just 25% retail price. You can more about this business idea in The Sun...
When the coronavirus pandemic hit in March, Natalie Reynolds and Lexi Panayi were rightfully anxious. The sisters had only launched their fashion brand Style Cheat back in May 2019 and just unveiled their collaboration with Luisa Zissman when the country went into lockdown. You can read about how the sisters turned the situation around in The Sun..
Sisters and Mrs Hinch fans - who have become the UK's answer to Netflix decluttering sensation Marie Kondo - have made thousands by charging people £240 a day to help put their houses in order! The Sun has the story...
Billy Alwen and Julian Bracey both left their jobs behind to become circus performers and in 1999, Bristol-based Cirque Bijou was created. BBC News has the story...
Kerrie Aldridge is one of the many participants in this year’s London Marathon who is defying societal expectations of a runner. As the last official finisher in the 2019 London Marathon, the 39-year-old mum is now on a mission to improve her time. You can read about Kerrie's inspiring story over at Runner's World..
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