Misery Loves Company…..

It’s important that we wake up each day, and choose to change what we don’t like about ourselves.

This journey that I have embarked on is just that. After years of accepting my flaws of poor health and my weight not being what I want I’ve decided to change.

I never thought for a second that I would come across any one who would secretly disagree with my personal movement.

Okay I understand that we all have problems, secret battles, and wars that we rage on the inside.

What’s important is how we deal with those battles. This is something that I have learned the hard way.

After going through many personal battles, wars, trials, and tribulations of my own. I have learned the importance of uplifting people, and extending a hand when I can.

When we go out of the way to hurt someone with our actions or words. Secretly we are wounding and hurting ourselves where we may already be hurting.

On this journey no matter what stones, or obstacles a person throws my way. I accept it as an open invitation to pray for them, an open invitation to use their personal misery as my stepping stone.

Not only do I gain perseverance with each stone tossed. I also gain an understanding of walking this journey alone.

At the end of the day not everyone who stands before you is for you, and that is okay. Misery Loves Company just be sure to let them take that road alone.

Meet Ups

Excited to say that I’ve created a support group. Beginning January we will be meeting up three days a week to exercise.

Our exercise will include walking, the bleachers, stretching, hiking, and light jogging.

This journey is definitely an experience that I will never forget. Although it seems as though my overweight issues occurred overnight. It took time to build up along with many negative choices.

It’s official this journey is beginning to evolve. I look forward to sharing pictures, journaling, meeting people, and experiencing change as it occurs.

Before my grandmother passed away she told me about a dream she had. In her dream I had lost my weight, and told her that I never wanted to go back to that lifestyle of bondage again.

This means so much to me now, because I know that it also meant a lot to her.

I look forward to meeting up with friends and family encouraging each other to push on.

I look forward to posting in my Facebook group, Instagram, and blogging a lifestyle change.

So I am officially saying goodbye to negative choices, bad habits, poor decisions and my overweight self.

Hello change, hello life, hello world, hello opportunities and hello Healthier version of me.