Remember this was the month of self-proclaimed Love. Of course every internet someone had the same idea. And that’s great. Somehow casting this spell of intention had worked some magic into my life. Shifting requires decisions, choices, and losing the things that don’t work. That’s what’s happening in my house this month !
My hubby and I have signed up for a program called Weight Watchers. Here in the US, it’s the number one organization to help people lose weight by providing a place, an easy system to use, and people to be accountable to for your weight loss. Accountability is in fact the most proven way to get anything, including fitness and health endeavors, accomplished. That’s how this blog has kept going. Because I promised to deliver three posts a week and, in doing just that, I’ve become a better writer.
There was a special promotion for which, if I signed up by today and were I to lose ten pounds in two months, I get those two months free. Let me tell you, I’d be so freaking thrilled to lose ten pounds. I can not remember the time when I was ten pounds lighter. I would be a superstar. And I get this feeling that this weight on me is the outward manifestation of my fear. And that proving that I have the wherewithal to lose that weight will be a message to me that I can really do anything I put my mind to.
So wish me luck as I gift myself the greatest and most momentous act of self-love and finally shed this ten pounds. Unlike last year’s birthday when I just didn’t feel great about myself, especially my weight, I want to enter and exit this year of turning Fifty with a bang and shout out for happiness and joy instead. Release the fears that have hung over me for so long and pursue those goals that will make my soul happy.
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