Since "The Biggest Loser" ended, I am fortunate to have made health and wellness into a career, at least for now. I was hired by Quest Diagnostics as National Director of Corporate Wellness Initiatives and Chief Wellness Ambassador. I am also on the national speaking circuit, and I am a keynote/motivational speaker. In addition, my brother Jim and I created our own company, Weight Loss Twins LLC (weightlosstwins.com). The best lesson that I took away from the campus was that the journey I was on would involve making the right choices every time and sticking to the plan. Jillian always told me that it wouldn't matter how good a trainer she was or what amount of education I received if I didn't stay dedicated to the plan and DO THE WORK MYSELF. I barely ever step on the scale these days. The way I monitor my weight is whether or not I fit into my clothes. I am now at a weight/size that I arrived at about a month after the finale of my season, which means that I have maintained my weight/size for approximately nine months without too much difficulty. It is important to point out, however, that since I travel an average of three to four days per week, I find it almost impossible to find good, healthy, low-salt food on the road. Therefore, I often find myself sweating out the salt and excess fluids that I accumulate either through hot yoga or intense cardio the minute I arrive home from an extended road trip. The bottom line is that I am now much more in tune with my body, and am better equipped to act when I feel that I need to do some work to make it right.