It’s never to late to rewrite your life. I have many times over. My biggest rewrite came after my weight loss journey.
I had no idea how much my story would change. I became a trainer in my forties, and moved to NYC at 48 years old after living in Arizona for nearly 3 decades. I opened up my own successful company at 45 years old.
I ran for PA President of a top Manhattan school at 49 years old & won the election even though I’d never held or ran for office.
I went from being painfully shy to speaking in front of hundreds of people on a regular basis. I found my voice at age 45 & it keeps getting louder.
I changed the characters in my story when needed. During my weight loss journey I could not hang around people who didn’t value or respect my health & fitness lifestyle. It’s no different than an alcoholic getting out of rehab & not being able to hang around her drinking buddies anymore.
When I moved to NYC I knew one person, one “friend”. He encouraged my family to move but when I arrived he became toxic to both me & my family. I held on too long because I thought I needed him since I had no one familiar here.
The familiar—the comfortable—can keep you stuck in jobs, relationships & circumstances too long. My weight loss journey taught me to get comfortable with being uncomfortable.
When I finally stepped out of my comfort zone new doors opened even when old doors slammed shut. My life truly began after I lost 80 pounds because I became the main character in my own story.
I decided I had the power to rewrite my life as many times as needed until it was truly my own.
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