I have never taken a photo of myself flexing a muscle let alone post one on social media. I have always been a little uncomfortable with my body. I have never felt overly strong or confident with my vessel. I guess i always knew in my head i was a bit slack, lazy and had a of lack commitment. I worked hard but only when it suited me. I left my profession as a Chef for the last 14 years in January. Without much luck finding a fun or easy way to make a living i had no choice but to take up wheel barrow and shovel. Go hard go concrete. 4 months good food and hard mahi. Choosing to be mindful, alert and committed. My mind and spirit are beginning to align with the body. Im proud of my progress. I believe im experiencing self love. A new feeling and level of conciousness to me. I love the world and this human experience, i am blessed knowing i am here to just live and love. Pushing myself well out of my comfort zone has actually brought on a feeling of me being content with my universe. I know what the word serenity means. I very much look forward to having it wash over me and knowing what it feels like.
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Active stretching, and HIIT cardio has become a staple The last year and I feel great!! Putting time, effort and energy into things that will pay off in the long run! The sooner you get into the painful part, the sooner comes the happy part. I've learned first hand that procrastination doesn't only stunt progress, but it feeds the fuss. It turns molehills into mountains. Mountains into active volcanoes. As long as you're doing what is important to you, then the outside noise is exactly that: noise.