Realistic & Steady

When the road seems tough and you feel like you just can’t take one more step. Detour. Stay releastic, hard is ok, but giving up isn’t. Remain steady in your journey and don’t lose sight of your why and always find grace for yourself and others. jrs

Are you down with 3PP?

If you have to ask yourself this question, chances are whatever is being put in front of you isn’t worth your energy. Ain’t nobody got time for drama, especially in a pandemic. If you are like me, this “new normal” is draining even on a good day because our routines have changed drastically. I find myself reflecting on this question a lot lately. The more we feed into negative energy, the more it manifests and disturbs our own well being. The more we give power into what’s productive, peaceful and positive the happier we’ll be. That simple, keeping it peaceful, positive and productive in this pandemic as much as I can. If it’s not part of the 3Ps, keep it moving. Are you down with 3PP, yeah you know me!:)

What the plank!

Back in March, I rededicate myself to wellness. It sounds a little like a baptism of some sort! I made a conscious effort to get to classes; spinning, bootcamp, zumba, yoga. The smorgasbord board of aerobic activity I’d say. There were days when I was at work thinking I don’t want too, but I remembered how good I felt when the class was over. Who really after working all day wants to plank, throw a tire or lift weights. The more consistent I got in doing classes, the easier and more enjoyable they are. What do “they” say it takes 21 days to create a habit. Well, I think it takes a lot more than that. I love the people I go with, location is convenient, the center is awesome, I feel great doing the classes and my workout clothes are comfy. It takes a lot more than 21 days. The discipline of getting to the gym grounds me. Make yourself a priority, it’s not selfish at all because you are investing in your future. Take it one plank at a time!

Believe, receive and achieve!

I believe when we put out to the Universe; work for it, say it, write it out as a goal and work at it and keep our path genuine, the right people and opportunities show up, synchronizing bringing us what we need and who we need when we are aligned. It takes time, but most of all see all of your opportunities and setbacks as lessons and realize when you are ready you are ready, but sometimes there is no fighting the current but learning to sail with the wind!

You and only you! 

I learned a long time ago, we know ourselves best and the most important person is ourselves.  No, no, no, I am not saying to jump ship on everyone in your life and become so totally selfish you neglect everyone, but work smarter not harder and know your limits. Knowing your limits is hard for other people to recognize because I hate to say this, but it’s a reality, when you’ve got your shit together and you work hard,  people see that and take it for granted and expect more. Guess what, not your problem, protect your shit and they’ll get it together and if not, tough shit! 😊