Dear Paul Mitchell, Fruit H20 and Ford, My name is Tony Posnanski and I am a runner. I see that you all love running as well. It is evident because you sponsor a company called Dirty Girl. They have created the Dirty Girl 5K Mud Run all over the country. In fact, it looks like an awesome event. It is for women only, they want any women to run, they have donated a ton of money to support breast cancer awareness and women come from all over the United States to run in one of these events. They even encourage cancer survivors to run in these events free of charge! Now as you know, Dirty Girl is not a non-profit company. It is a for-profit which is clearly stated on their website. In fact, they only donate 2.5% of their profits to charity. So you can imagine the profits this […]

To the sweetest little girl I know, I cannot believe that you are almost a year old. You are crawling up a storm! You can almost stand up by yourself. You love playing with your brother and you already know a few words. One of those words being Daddy. Pretty soon you will be walking. Then you will be talking more. Then you will show more of your personality. You will start showing more of your passions for life and what you want to be when you grow up. When I was young I wanted to be an actor. I remember telling your grandparents that I wanted to be an actor. They got me into acting classes. That helped me get into some plays at the local theater and at school. Then I realized it wasn’t for me. After that I wanted to be a comedian. I remember telling your […]

Dear daughter, I cannot believe that you are almost a year old. You are crawling up a storm! You can almost stand up by yourself. You love playing with your brother and you already know a few words. One of those words being Daddy. Pretty soon you will be walking. Then you will be talking more. Then you will show more of your personality. You will start showing more of your passions for life and what you want to be when you grow up. When I was young I wanted to be an actor. I remember telling your grandparents that I wanted to be an actor. They got me into acting classes. That helped me get into some plays at the local theater and at school. Then I realized it wasn’t for me. After that I wanted to be a comedian. I remember telling your grandparents that I wanted to […]

“You were never in Shape Magazine.” “Yes I was.” “When?” “In 2012.” “Really? Why didn’t you ever tell me?” I never told my wife I was in Shape Magazine. I was in one of those “Top Inspirational Weight Loss Blogger” montages. I was number nine. I knew a couple of the people who were in the feature with me. After I was featured in CNN I made a promise that I would not be in any more magazines primarily for my weight loss. The reason I was in CNN is because four days earlier in 2010, the “Twinkie Diet” went viral. I was supposed to be the opposite of it. They wrote a story about me and made me out to be some sort of machine. Plus the comments were brutal. They always are in CNN posts. In 2011 I had bigger and more exciting concerns. My wife was expecting […]

I have a friend named Jeanette Scott. She is a popular fashion blogger out of Orlando, Florida. We became Facebook friends a few years ago because we live right near each other and both have similar interests in writing. Periodically she would pop up on my Facebook. She was going through a hard time a few years ago but kept strong throughout. Then she met a man by the name of Joshua Johnson. I remember her writing about how special he was. I mean, everyone writes those things about people they meet, right? She would post about their dates and family outings. Then she posted that they got engaged. She said he wanted to change the world. He was passionate about a project to change the way people view homelessness. This video has now been shared on every major website and many celebrities as well. I will say that this is […]

About a month ago I wrote a post called “To The Dumb B*tch At The Gym”. It was about how I always judged people without getting to know them. Just like I was judged because of my weight. I started out by thinking a woman at the gym, whom I never spoke to was “acting like a b*tch”. This was because she never said hi and she had a “b*tchy” look on her face. You know what I mean, right? So she talked to me for the first time and she actually was one of the nicest women I have ever met. I realized I jusged her just like I got judged. I ended the post calling myself a “dumb b*tch” for the way I was acting. It was very popular with my readers. In fact, it was one of my most popular pieces. I would get letter from people […]