About Skinny Emmie: Weight Loss Blogger
Hi there! I’m Emily, aka Skinny Emmie, a thirty-one year old weight loss blogger, fashion lover, social media marketer, and writer. I’m on the journey from 455 pounds to healthy – whatever that number ends up being on the scale. I reside in Kentucky with my husband David and pup Lilly. Becoming “Skinny Emmie” isn’t about being thin, it’s about being happy, healthy, and confident.
Skinny Emmie documents the good, bad, and ugly of going from super morbidly obese to healthy. With over 113 pounds shed so far, I cover the gamut of physical and emotional challenges that I’ve encountered from a very personal perspective. I also blog about plus size fashion as it’s a personal passion and is one of the keys to making me feel my best in my own skin. Apologies in advance for excessive mentions of glitter, dresses, running, the gym, and Starbucks.
Want to get the Cliffs Notes version of my journey? Start here.
I am a corporate marketer by trade who now owns a social media consulting company. I am the community manager for Enell Sports Bras, am a contributor at ShePosts and HerKentucky, and serve as a Fitfluential ambassador. Locally, I serve on the Board of Directors for AAF Lexington and Social Media Club Lexington. Junior Leaguer. I’m also the digital marketing editor for Story Magazine. I love to speak at events and write content for various publications. Check out the highlights of various media appearances here.
Want to get in touch with me? As a social media addict, it’s pretty easy to find me anytime! Find me on Twitter at @skinnyemmie. More of a Facebook fan? Find me there also. More formal? Here’s LinkedIn for you. Video person? Here’s my YouTube channel. For good measure, here’s Instagram (or search @skinnyemmie) and Pinterest. To keep tabs on my posts here, sign up to receive updates via RSS feed. I also have a bi-monthly newsletter for readers with fresh, personal content – subscribe here.
I’d love to hear from you. Contact me here, or by email: emmie (at) skinnyemmie (dot) com.
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