it doesn’t need to be. I’m happy — and making an impact with simply
living my life — and that feels so good. Thanks to the means of social
media that I utilize, I’m able to see & hear from those of you that I
inspire, help, and motivate. Just by doing my daily thing, I’ve found my
passion and that is by inspiring & motivating all of you. It was by
fitness, running, and lots of positive thoughts that gotten myself to
where I am.
and sayings before, why not share them with you? So here’s my
hodge-piste of thoughts that make my life happy.
And here is where the original post began…
myself to a pedicure, I notice that I’m inspired to write at funny times —
never when I have a race to recap or when I have an abundance of time
and could write a random post. Thoughts come when they come — hence
this post of random thoughts and tid-bits.
general idea) of my weekly workouts & when I’ll get in a couple of
runs. I like to plan my work week…figure out days I can work longer
and catch up on things. And I LOVE to plan my weekends, probably too
much! With races, times with family & friends, special outings and
getting vitamin D, I don’t mind a busy weekend.
that require quick decisions — and sometimes life just happens. This
leads me to my first motto: live with no regrets. Be greedy and
think of yourself. You only live once so don’t give yourself the chance
to think “what if?” *of course don’t take this to the extreme, but
don’t hold yourself back for silly reasons!
Don’t always worry what your friends and family will say — if they see
it makes you happy, chances are they’ll support you. Often times my
parents don’t understand my love for running. They see the times it
takes, they see me hobble around after a marathon, they see me in yet
another new workout outfit. They sometimes forget when I have a big
race… But — my brother, Aaron, loves it; and that means so much! Aaron
will admit he’s got some extra flubber 😉 but one days wants to run like
me. He loves when I gift him a bright workout shirt — and loves that I
let him inspect a new medal before I hang it up. So even if no one else
understands why I endure the pain of running sometimes, knowing my
brother looks up to me makes it all worth it.
some changes and soon became happy with MYSELF again. Always remember
you can’t be happy with anything (your job, your significant other, your
life) unless you’re happy with YOU first.
clothes are amazing, but there’s more to the beautiful items that make
muffin tips disappear (I still don’t know how they do that!) A new store
opened in Tampa and I decided to interview. Being the good interviewee
that I am, (at least I think I am) I did some research on Lulu as a