Have you ever noticed that anytime you do something, there’s somebody who doesn’t like it?
  • You get a new haircut – and someone tells you it’s too short.
  • You buy a new car – and someone says you paid too much.
  • You start exercising and making different food choices – and someone starts acting out because you’re “making” them feel uncomfortable.
It might just be human nature. Heck, it might just be NATURE, period, — because for every action there’s an equal and opposite reaction, if I’m remembering high school right.
So, if that’s the case, then how much should you care about your own personal changes making someone else feel uncomfortable?
Should you care …
A lot?
A little?
Or not one bit?
I bet you can guess my answer! Once you accept that there will always be someone who doesn’t like what you do, then it’s SO LIBERATING because you can let go of any element of judgment or condemnation or, well, your OWN discomfort!
If you’re making changes that truly affect others, then maybe they have a say-so in the matter.
But when it comes to the bottom line on your health and fitness?
There is one opinion that matters: YOURS.