Can anyone relate to taking a walk down memory lane and passing through yo-yo weights land? I was looking through old photos the other night and found this one from my early twenties.
This wasn't my highest weight. I don't have many of those photos. Hmm...I wonder why? There are lots of photos from my lower weights, no need to wonder why, right?
I am grateful for the inner light that lit my path so that I can be more at peace with myself, more relaxed and more trusting of myself. So that I can trust that if I keep my vibration and energy high, love myself unconditionally, and keep showing up for myself, everything will be just fine, better than fine, I will live happily ever after.
For over 10 years now, I have been living in my happy weight range. This doesn't mean I am 100% happy all the time, but it does mean I have the knowledge and tools and the energy and motivation to keep showing up for myself and keep choosing what is worthy of what I truly want for myself.
I am grateful to be able to share what I have learned with others to help them feel their worth!
If this sounds good to you, come join my Facebook group, The Happily Ever After Soulution for Weight Wellness. https://www.facebook.com/groups/183422478884670/
I was a school teacher for 20 years and am a lifetime soul learner. I am still a teacher, just a different curriculum. I am living the life I have always dreamed of through helping others and designing my own life. I share things I found on my journey to body happiness, weight wellness, worthiness and me, happily ever after. I hope to help others with my sharing. Unconditional love and practical ways feel your worth are themes in my work.