Today I am talking about stressing out over summer clothes and feeling like you can’t wear the clothes you want too because you haven’t lost your weight or maybe you have even gained some weight. Does the thought of wearing a bathing suit stress you out? Even if that means not enjoying time with your kids this summer? Do you ever find yourself thinking about any of these statements below:
Have you been missing out on your summers because you feel like you can’t wear certain clothes at your current size?
-Are you constantly thinking when I lose weight, I will wear this….
-As soon as I get rid of my cellulite I will wear shorts
-When I lose more belly fat I will wear a bathing suit
-I don’t want to buy bigger clothes because that means I gave up on myself
-I don’t want to spend money on new clothes, I will just wear what I have even if I am uncomfortable
I want to encourage you and tell you that you are worthy to wear the summer clothes and bathing suit right now. There are so many great options out there today, don’t waste another summer giving energy to this. Hear what I have to say about this topic and more on the podcast.
Do you feel stuck, do you want to leave counting calories and dieting behind? Do you feel you like you can achieve so much in life but your weight loss? Do you feel like you spend so much energy thinking about how to lose weight, what to eat, and if you can even keep the weight off once you get to goal? I can help you tune into your body’s hunger and fullness without feeling deprived. I can teach you not only how to lose weight for good but how to sustain that weight loss. So if you are tired of being tired and not losing weight then you are in the right place. Set up your free 30 minute coaching session today at mominspiredshow.com/coaching and if you can’t find a time that works for you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you liked this episode make sure to check out the episode I did about how to eat on vacation without stress: https://mominspiredshow.com/how-to-eat-on-vacation-without-stress-amber-sandberg-263/