Before T-Tapp: What Was I Thinking?
by Charlotte Siems
Looking back at early marriage and young motherhood, the perspective is different after 32+ years have passed. Sometimes we’ve laughed and shook our heads at a few of our inexperienced decisions and asked “What were we thinking?”
When we make a decision to change—really change—in an area of our life, we might look back on the path that brought us to where we are and ask the same thing.
When I look back to the years before I found T-Tapp and changed my life, health and dress size, I ask myself:
What was I thinking?
Here are some of those thoughts:
I’m pretty healthy. What I called healthy included constant exhaustion, bad knees, aching joints, blood sugar issues and chronic sinus problems.
I’m not that big. So what did I call size 22W and 52” abs?
I’ll lose weight next week….next month….next year. I didn’t realize that the only time we truly have is NOW—not yesterday, not tomorrow, just today.
I don’t have time to exercise. I mistakenly believed that exercise meant an hour in the gym 6 days a week. I didn’t realize the power of a 15-minute T-Tapp workout 4 times a week.
Exercise won’t help this body anyway. Even after I placed my T-Tapp order I secretly doubted that it could do me any good.
I don’t have time to take care of myself. What I really thought deep down was that I didn’t deserve to care for myself.
My family loves me just as I am. And of course they did. But they wouldn’t have loved it if I had continued on a path toward broken-down health.
It doesn’t take much for me to remember these thoughts because I thought them for 25+ years. Maybe you’ll see yourself in some of them.
Learning to stop thinking them was a process that started with my first T-Tapp workout and continues to this day. It was like a discovery process, finding my self along the way.
What are you thinking? Is it true? How’s it working for you?
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