My Fat2Fierce journey continues in 2019, and it keeps blowing my mind.
This year I committed to do the following:
Step out of my comfort zone more often
Make my health a priority
My health hasn't been a priority, because losing weight was a priority.
These goals are not the same. In fact, there's a significant difference. Weight loss alone does not guarantee good health. My priority was skewed.
As you may know I have had my share of health challenges, including breast cancer. Since then I have struggled with debilitating fatigue. For the last 5 years I've been living in a fog, but that fog is slowly starting to lift.
The doctors I've seen over the years started to sound like a broken record. They all have the same suggestion that "should" cure my fatigue and fog: lose weight!!
I've been fat shamed by medical professionals for decades. Since I don't fit their definition of "healthy" weight my weight becomes the target every single time. I often wonder what...
Last year started with my deeply personal and impossible goal to lose 100 pounds. Over the months I slowly detached from that number, from any number. My goal evolved into the Fat2Fierce journey. I didn't expect that to happen. I never imagined I would be living the coaching program I created. Last year was all about learning how to drop the number, end my own suffering, and discover peace as I continue the journey toward my natural weight. I committed to writing a recap at the end of each month to share the good, the bad, and the ugly. This is month #12, the December recap. I'm calling this one "Coming Full Circle".
What? Were you expecting a side by side photo, or a fantastic "before and after" image to show off my results? If you've been following along then you may have guessed I wouldn't be heading in that direction, simply because that's not what this journey was about. This work starts with your brain, not your body. Yes, I removed physical poun...