Falling off the wagon- cheer me on

So- I had a wedding, and another excuse, and another excuse… today I begin anew, committed to the diet.

An interesting thing happened as I fell off the wagon…

  • I started watching what I ate.
  • I started watching what I drank.
  • I stopped eating crap.
Now I have only lost 7 pounds, but I feel MUCH better.  Maybe this is how paleo is supposed to be.  Tonight its beefsteak, 100% paleo for dinner, let’s see if I can commit… cheer me on

About scottdworkin

Scott Dworkin is the founder and CEO of Bulldog Finance Group, having established the company in November of 2008. Scott became inspired to create Bulldog Finance Group after witnessing first-hand the demand for a more modern approach to political fundraising for Democrats. To date, Scott has fundraised in over 40 states. Prior to starting Bulldog Finance Group, Scott served as the Deputy Director of the Real People Project for President Obama's Inaugural Committee. From 2005-2008, he worked with over 100 candidate and nonprofit campaigns as a finance consultant and fundraiser. In 2006, Scott served as the chief fundraiser on the Christine Jennings for Congress campaign in Sarasota, FL, in which he helped raise over $1.9 million dollars in fewer than 60 days. Throughout his career, Scott has managed over 200 campaign and finance staffers in the positions of finance director, deputy finance director, events manager and finance assistant. Scott is an innovator and recognized thought leader in political fundraising, having been featured in numerous publications including, Time Magazine, US News & World Report, BusinessWeek and Campaigns & Elections among others. Scott received a BA in Political Science and Sociology at North Carolina State University. In addition to his role at Bulldog Finance Group, Scott currently sits on the board of directors for the DNC’s Gen44, EMILY’s List board of EMPower, and is the Vice Chair, Finance for the Young Democrats of America (YDA). He was named to the Campaign's & Elections Magazine Rising Star class of 2011.
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6 Responses to Falling off the wagon- cheer me on

  1. Go Scott! Let’s do lunch next week!

  2. Dan Ewing says:

    It is not always easy,Scott, but it sounds like you are marching in the right direction. Sometimes we all get a bit disoriented and go a little off path. But once you get this Paleo thing locked into your head, it will bring you back on course. KEEP ON TRUCKING!

  3. scottdworkin says:

    Thanks guys- last 2 meals have been 100% paleo. Banana for breakfast. Steak last night with onions, peppers, mushrooms. Two more meals and I will have made it 24 hours!

    • Bob Ewing says:

      Great job dude! Alright, how’s this for an August plan: Once a week we have dinner together. Either your place or ours. And once a week you and Antonie have lunch together. What do you guys think? Our weekends are booked, so we can pick a week day.

  4. Scott, can you come down to 12th and L on like Weds? I usually can afford to step out for 30 minutes…

    About the banana for breakfast. That is a good quick option, but if you can throw in some protein like a boiled egg or some beef jerky, that will be even better! Try to get as much protein in as possible, especially at breakfast.

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