Ever have a raw unfiltered heart to heart with yourself... who the hell are you... do your daily actions align not just with your fitness/wellness goals but your goals as a person, a human, a being contributing your gifts on a daily basis to the planet???? Ok that’s a little heavy but im sure you see where I am going with this.
In order to reach your fitness goals you must first align your actions with your lifestyle goals!
As I revisit my blog almost a year after starting it i find a renewed passion to basically spew out everything i think will help lead you to a more calm, aligned, and fitness driven life.
My instagram lightly touches on veganism, mostly on workouts, ways to balance your recovery and fitness, and general fun loving wellness advice. If you’re here you are looking for a bit more, more honesty, more knowledge, and possibly more guidance (you could just be here out of curiosity or mistake but stick with me😬👍)
Being brutally honest is not something i have EVER struggled with, life is to short to beat around the bush. The purpose of todays post is simply to examine yourself this week, are you being honest with yourself, your goals, your journey to get there? Do you workout Monday thru Friday and live like a sloppy bum all weekend? (No judgments just asking you to reflect!) Life is all about living, living balanced, living honest, and living fully.
Each week I will be posting about my personal experience with this, ways I’ve seen help myself or others live their (infamously popular) best life. The SECRET is just being honest with yourself, it’s as easy as that🤗.
There Will Never Be Another You.
Why are we so quick to downplay our personal achievments!?...
"You look great today"
"O, no i don't i'm a mess, this old top? This hair?"
"You can run a mile without stopping? How exciting!"
"O please, it's only one mile, i'm so slow anyway, i barely make it to the end."
Why can't we just be happy for ourselves and accept compliments, acknowledge our accomplishments, and promote ourselves as the bad ass achievers we are?!
Do we celebrate only the big birthdays...30,40, 50 etc. Or do we celebrate every birthday in between?? There will always be someone who runs faster, lifts heavier, dresses nicer... but there will never be another you. YOU accomplishing your first mile or YOU rocking a badass outfit will never be something someone else can take away.
Once we start acknowledging our accomplishments, whether it be at the gym, at work or in our social life, we will be able to really break away from what holds us back and continue to accomplish. Each time bigger and better things will be done and the positive energy and encouragement that we begin to accept along the way will only fuel our success even more.