Love Letter to Moi 2.0

Saturday, June 29, 2013


It's been 3 months now. 90 days. You haven't missed a workout yet. You've struggled with food, as expected, but you haven't hesitated to get right back on board. Your inner-athlete has emerged. You have become the you that you've always wanted to be. Don't falter, don't hesitate, don't question this process. Look at how far you've come and recognize where you're going.

I don't have a lot to say because I can see that you are headed in the right direction. Remember how it feels to know that your seat belt fits around you without a struggle. You can walk up the stairs without breaking a sweat. You are learning to deal with all of the emotional crap that led you to overeat in the first place. Your pants are practically falling off of you. Alcohol isn't your go-to feel-good vice anymore. Sweat gives you what you want and need. You would rather workout than watch television. Your husband is practically beside himself in his pride for you and the changes you have made.

You are a happier, healthier person. Don't look back, don't heistate, don't question where you're going. Don't be scared. This is the *you* you have always been meant to be. Determined. Successful. Optimistic. Fit. THIS is you.

Keep being a bad ass,

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  • ANNMACP0212
    Love this, especially the sign off...I might write one to myself as well. Thanks for the inspiration!
    1758 days ago
    That is absolutely incredible!!! It is a wonderful letter and a great idea! Nice job!!! You are doing excellent!!! emoticon
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    I can't wait to be able to write a letter to myself like that!!!
    1758 days ago
    What a lovely and important blog - I think it is a great way to stay motivated and on track. Keep going you are an inspiration to me.
    1758 days ago
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