All is well. I am safe.
There is something that still feels very unsafe about goal weights in my world.
The first time I ever got to my (Weight Watchers) goal weight, I got unengaged, found out my dad was dying and got laid off the next month. All of those things (even my dad dying) had amazing miracles on the other end of them. But the transition was really hard.
The second time I reached a goal weight, we decided to move to California. It also was amazing, but the transition truly sucked.
There is a belief in some circles that when your physical body is not strong enough to handle all the good things that are coming to you as you take your life to the next level, you get sick. I think the same is true of weight loss.
We pin a lot of hopes and dreams on "when I get to some ideal weight or body." But in order for that to truly be a possibility, we must feel mentally and physically strong enough to step into a new reality.
So while I'm in this time of transition, I'll just be over here affirming that all is well and I am safe (and also at the gym making sure physical Sarah is strong enough to hang in her ideal world.) P.s. I just launched 2 new ways to work with me...The Sexy AF Sisterhood (an online group program) and a Soul Goal in person workshop here in CA. It's a big time of growth and transition in my business world as well.