Margaret Vence


Hello, reader!

Vence means to conquer, to win, to overcome. I find this to be an appropriate name, as I am passionate about telling others how I conquered a weight issue, lost weight many years ago, and kept the pounds off. I am passionate about being healthy and doing what I can to feel and look my best.

I have often been asked what I do to stay thin, so I decided to put it in writing. I am no licensed dietician, nutritionist, body builder or fitness trainer; I am a normal person who tries to eat right, work out some and take care of what God has given me.

It is my desire to share with others how I lost weight and how I have kept it off. I hope to motivate enough people to take charge and say, “Enough is enough, and I am going to do what I have wanted to do for several years now.”

I love nature and I love people. I believe this world would be a much better place if we all treated each other with respect and did not envy others, but instead worked to better ourselves.

This work is part fictional and part non-fictional. I tell short stories about every-day issues many people face, such as defining self, learning to love ourselves, adapting to a new culture, learning a language, and dealing with some sort of bullying--among other things. I do so via fictional characters and in a fictional manner. These stories did happen. I chose to tell them in a fictional way by creating fictional characters and intertwining the various experiences. Every one of them is meant to teach, to inspire, to motivate, and/or to make one reflect about what, if anything, one can change or do differently. The only non-fictional stories are those describing how I overcame an eating disorder, lost weight, and kept it off for 20 years by making the right choices and choosing me over food.

I have a blog and welcome questions regarding my road to losing weight and keeping it off. I also provide resources that can help you get started on the road to learning about food and nutrition.

Where to find Margaret Vence online


Valuable Lessons from a Thing Called Life: How to Lose Weight, Overcome an Eating Disorder, Be Your Best…And Much More
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 19,750. Language: English. Published: December 30, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Social Issues, Fiction » Women's fiction » General
If you have ever lived through some sort of life changing experience or have dealt with, or are currently dealing with, an eating disorder, a hurtful offense, a weight issue, some type of bullying, or with being singled out for being different in any way, shape or form, then this book is one you'll relate to. You are not alone-there is hope, there is help, and you have the power to make changes.

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