“F**k. It happened again. I ate a whole jar of almond butter last night. That’s how the binge started. Then I finished it off with the food I really really wanted. Ice cream and cookies”.This was me 4 plus years ago. From 12 years till around 43 years old. I weighed myself 4x a day. And, I looked in the mirror (or windows) 50x a day. Read more about me here.
“I am fat“. That was my mean girls talk. The mean girls, they were me. I told myself every day that I was fat. Would I tell that to my bff? Would I tell that to my kids? No way. No. But I did tell myself.
I felt not enough. I felt not worthy.
Honestly I still have my moments of “not enough-ness”. It’s a work in progress alright?
Is this a pattern that plays out in your mind? Do you resonate with this? Maybe it’s your time to turn this around?!
Let’s start fresh right here right now.
What if you start telling yourself that you are beautiful. Every single day. In the mirror. It works.
Hang it in your kitchen. Bedroom. Ensuite.
Wherever you need to see it.
Whenever you need to remind yourself that you are worthy.
You are beautiful.
You are good enough.