G R A T E F U L
I’m guilty of constantly trying to better myself, whether it be physical or mental, and while it’s never a bad thing to be driven and always strive for more, it’s important to stop and be grateful for where you are and what you have. I’m grateful for my body and for the things it’s capable of doing. That’s why I workout—not because I hate my body, but because I love it and want to take care of it. It’s taken me a LONG time to develop a healthy relationship with my body—to love and accept it and feel comfortable in it. I’ve never been as comfortable in my own skin as I am today, and it’s absolutely liberating .
Do I think my body is perfect? No.
Do I think I can always improve? Yes.
But am I grateful for where I am and the things it allows me to do—like bend, and move, and run, and workout? 100% Yes.
Be thankful for the body that you were BLESSED with & never take it for granted. Get out and MOVE—go for a run♀️or a walk, lift some weights♀️, do some yoga, meditate🧘🏻♀️—do whatever it is that gets your endorphins going and be gratefulthat you have the ability to do so, because some people aren’t so lucky and are physically incapable.
You owe it to yourself
Happy Sunday friends