Louise's year of improving her health is over -- but what she's learned from it will take her on from here.
Louise settles down just long enough to learn more about ADD, and how it may be getting in the way of her project.
Louise talks with a colleague who effortlessly lost 30 pounds. How?
Is Louise reaching her goals? Yes and (hello, treadmill) not so much.
Louise doesn't like the idea of taking statins. Is the science on her side?
Louise returns to the gym -- to learn a workout routine that doesn't require a gym.
This week, Louise checks in on her vision statement -- and asks for yours.
Project Louise: The zombie workout, or, getting intense and liking it.
Louise had great plans for dealing with stress ... until the stress got in the way.
Making the turn to the home stretch, Louise stops to consider her progress.
A video says we should all be walking or exercising or in some way moving our bodies about half an hour every day.
This week, Louise learns that keeping a healthy new habit can be easier than breaking it.
After a week of exercising every day, Louise knows one new thing: She doesn't like being bossed around.
Project Louise: An attempt to persuade Louise that exercise is the magic secret of life, and she should start doing it regularly now that her year-long project is half done.
On a road trip, Louise is shocked to find herself making healthier choices voluntarily, from food to pool.
This week, Louise makes peace with her most hated body part -- or tries to, at least.
In this week's installment, Louise envisions her ideal life -- and maps out a few concrete steps for getting there.
This week, Louise does some work around the house -- and finds it more fun than working out.
Louise tries ratcheting down her fitness goals and instead making an appointment with herself to get exercise just once a week, as a start.
This week, Louise gets on her bike -- and gets a pleasant surprise.