After a 4 week break from the gym, and almost all forms of activity – rigorous, or otherwise I’m back in action!
I’m speaking to share myself, and my experiences, with a group of friends, fans, and followers, who for one reason or another landed right here. This week, a follower who has become a part of my fit fam, Long Vo, wrote a blog post speaking to his struggles following loss, and injury.
Unplugging and “Reclaiming what we’ve lost in a world of constant connection” thanks to author Michael Harris
Our culture of celebratory selfies, and highly edited highlights makes it easy to forget that we’re all imperfect. And that those flaws whether personal or professional are what make life interesting, and varied, and well… real.
“I’m not different for the sake of being different, only for the desperate sake of being myself. I can’t join your gang: you’d think I was a phony and I’d know it” – Vivian Stanshall
Change is a frightening thing.
People sometimes ask me how I stay focused, or what it is I do to succeed. These are funny questions to me, because I’m usually so focused on where I’m going, I don’t realize where I am.
If someone had told me 5 years ago I’d be part of an amazing community of artists, models & muses, feel inspired every day, and make amazing friends in the process, I would have politely, but firmly called “bullshit”.
“Finding your tribe, like following your dreams, isn’t always about what makes sense; it’s about what your soul needs.” – Kelly Cutrone
Photo by Gracie Hagen www.graciehagen.com “Life doesn’t have a remote control. Get up and change it yourself.”
I firmly believe that change is good. That’s not the