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Task 5 My Commitment

Today I make a committment to myself, my family, my trainer, Michelle Bridges
and my scales. I will begin by being positive and not using words like may be, I will try and I hope. These are all negative words that are not part of my committment.
My committment is to vanish another 25kg's from now until the end of this 12wbt. When I achieve this I will have lost half of myself physically but gained it back mentally.

I will achieve this committment by being 100% dedicated to my daily exercise routine & trusting my trainer. I will follow the menu 100% and I will be accountable for my actions. I have asked myself if I honestly and truley want to loose weight and the answer was one big YES. So I am committing to my 12wbt journey.

I will no longer subject my husband, my children and myself to the sub quality of life that I have now realised we have been living in the past. To committ to this I have had to do some self discovering, and a shift in my focus has been needed.

I will commit because I want to like my reflextion in the mirror and I want to see my
children get married and my grandson grow up. I know that my results will be a product of 100% committment to 12wbt and my family and friends.

I will post this publically on 12wbt, my blog, twitter and facebook. I know once i have done that I am accountable and their is no turning back.


  1. Hi Heidi. Welcome to blog world. I found you via the 12WBT which I just signed up for. I am super excited- and moreso now that I've seen you have lost an amazing 30 kilos. WELL DONE. I am inspired by you.

    I will add you to my blogroll so I can keep up to date with all your weight loss.


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