How will you know you’ve "made it"?

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When you get this I’ll be high up in the Andes hiking the Inka Trail on our way to Macchu Picchu.

Let me tell you, this is not the way I thought I’d be spending my honeymoon.

4 years ago, I couldn’t run a mile without stopping. I remember when Jonathan had told me that someday he hoped that we could climb mountains together. I told him that would be great, but inside I worried that my weight would always hold me back from those experiences.

But here I am, hiking some of the steepest and tallest mountains in the world, I did it.

I’m telling you this because the intense exuberance of accomplishment doesn’t come from seeing a number on a scale, a number on your measuring tape or putting on smaller jeans.

It comes from finishing a race, playing with your children, running on the beach, skiing a double black, jumping off a cliff or climbing a mountain.

How will you know you’ve made it? What might you be able to do that you never thought was possible?

I want to know, will you post it on the comments on the blog? That way in 6 months, a year, 5 years you can come back and tell me you did it.

I’m routing for you.

All my love,



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