I’m starting to blog.... Me?? I’m totally being pushed out of my comfort zone here. See, I have a lot of valuable information and I want to share it with the world somehow. So I figured what better way than a blog... In my blogs, I’ll be providing you with information about health, nutrition, and maybe some funny life stuff as well. I hope you enjoy and thank you for allowing me to be part of your journey.
Let’s dive into our first subject, mind over matter. I’ve been dealing with an injury for the last couple months and it’s been pretty emotionally draining. I can’t do some of the things I love, one being CrossFit (yes I drank the juice). It has completely put me in a mental state of feeling alone. I didn’t realize how much it was affecting me until I broke down to my best friend about it. I workout to feel good of course but without a community you’re kind of a lone wolf. Yes, I’m still hitting the gym daily. Putting some headphones on and just doing my thing at the gym. I do what I can and put in work but it’s just not the same. I just miss my friends. It truly is my happy hour. My nutrition has been on for the most part but with the amount of sitting/resting I'm doing, I have my spiral out moments for sure. Boredom sets in and sometimes I just snap. I know I’ll eventually get back to normal but for now I just need to keep pushing forward. Luckily, I have an amazing tribe of people that can listen to my complaining and we can encourage each other to still kill it even if we can't do it together. The point I’m trying to make is, you have to keep moving. Don’t let anything take you down. Understanding that you might not always be what you were can be hard at times but we can’t let it define us! Lean on the people in your tribe and know that it’s just a detour to something greater.
The point I’m trying to make is, you have to keep moving. Don’t let anything take you down. Not being able to go 100% can be hard at times (mental or physical setbacks) but we can’t let it define us! Lean on the people in your tribe and know that it’s just a detour to something greater.