Dear Salty Moms,
I get you. I totally understand your response to the Super Bowl Halftime Show.
It makes total sense that you would be triggered by a 50-year-old woman dressing like that...dancing like that.
I bet you had a visceral reaction to it and on impulse, you turned to social media to share your outrage.
You were looking to connect.
You were looking for other women to join in the witch hunt.
You were hoping you weren't the only one feeling all those feels.
"How dare she?"
It really hurts, doesn't it?
Here you are halfway through your life and it's not what you hoped it would be.
You catch yourself thinking, "This can't be all there is to life!"
I remember thinking similar thoughts and feeling similar feelings.
My lovely, I get it. I just want to wrap my arms around you and show you love. I want to squeeze you so hard, let you cry one last big ugly cry, and I will whisper in your ear...
"Get your m***********g ass up woman! You are wasting the best years of your life."
I know it feels safer believing someone has it easier than accepting the fact that you aren’t living to your potential.
But the truth is, you should be scared of being resentful and bitter.
My experience is this, the longer I’m on this planet, the better I get at it.
The more money I have.
The more confidence I have.
My kids are older and I have more time.
The more comfort I am with who I am.
I'm not afraid of what people think.
You get to think that too if you want.
You get to turn this ship around this very instant.
You get to be the kind of woman who looks at J Lo and Shakira and thinks, "Look at my sisters representing."
It's so much better on this side. Come on over.
We will sprinkly love upon you in the Bad Bitches Losing Weight Facebook Community.
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