There’s a soft spot in me for anyone looking to transform their life – especially moms.
Most of us are desperate to bounce back into shape after having our baby. The process of giving birth & the journey afterwards takes just about everything but our soul – including time, self-worth, self-confidence, sleep etc. Fortunately, our bodies are so unbelievably amazing to do what they can, along w/everything else on our plate. We have babies looking to us for nurturing & our partner still in need of us to uplift & encourage them. This is all while we’re continuing to bleed out, heal from stitches, pull through postpartum depression & rush back to work to pull our own weight at home. Let us get sick for just a day; the entire house may fall apart. Lol This is reality. That’s why when I notice a man has the audacity to disrespect or fails to appreciate a woman, I find it comical. Like, are you aware just 1 of us, could birth like…10 of you?
Motherhood forces women to question how the hell they could ever actually lose all the weight too. But what I’ve learned is that it has a lot to do with the fact that we are bettering ourselves- it’s much easier to take care of everyone else. We don’t realize that our bodies are already AMAZING! We can push it to do exactly what we want it to; we already have by sacrificing what we WANT for what our family NEEDS.
Losing 155 pounds was my decision in order to become the best version of myself. I knew once I mastered that -I could do anything & my vision would become much clearer. This is also why I encourage others to do it too, even if it’s not weight loss. There is obviously something else you have to conquer in your life before you know what you’re really called to do on this planet. It’s that “high up” feeling you get that then hits your gut when you imagine actually pursing it. The moment we decide, commit & trust the process is when we uncover who we’ve been the entire time. If we can change our mind; we can change our whole life. You only have one life, so you might as well walk in your purpose.