I know you are pretty busy with checking your naughty and nice list for the kids, but if I could sneak this list in at the end for you to review, I would appreciate it!
I wish for women to be happy with their bodies as they are. That doesn’t mean I don’t want then to try to be healthy, but I want them to realize that they are wonderful people in this very moment (myself included).
How about a magic cupcake that has no calories? I don’t want to pig out on them, but it would be nice to eat them without having to ride 30+ miles 😀
Maybe you could step into Washington and give our politicians some smarts or, seeing as how that might be too hard even for you, how about erasing partisan lines?
I know that I was gifted with night sweats and insomnia for perimenopause, but I am sure that was a mistake, so I would like to return that gift for a good night’s sleep.
I want the media to stop pushing unrealistic body images on to people. Can Photoshop be uninvented?
I would love a nice treadmill for those cold winter days when I want something different than the bike trainer.
How about standard sizing for clothing? I really don’t like having pants in 3 different sizes and never knowing which size to pick up when trying on jeans.
I really appreciate you looking at my list, Santa. There are a lot of things on there; however, they really will make the world a better place, don’t you think?
P.S. Oh, and I know you usually don’t deal in this department, but a Superbowl win for the Broncos would be pretty sweet.
Make sure you read more at my fellow AIMers’ blogs for their thoughts on this topic!
AIM: Adventures in Maintenance is Lynn, Lori, Debby, Shelley, and Cammy, former weight-loss bloggers who now write about life in maintenance. We formed AIM to work together to turn up the volume on the issues facing people in weight maintenance. We publish a post on the same topic on the first Monday of each month. Let us know if there is a topic you would like us to address!