I’ve been having a rather strange day where I just wish it would go faster. I know for a fact i’m not the only one this happens to; we’ve all been there. But, I’m pretty lucyk because I am one of those people who tends to find a boost from the oddest place.
Yes, this foodie has come out of hiding. I’ve become so consumed (no pun intended) with uploading my #MyLookMyWay posts that I haven’t had time to share my recent food escapades. Part to the reason behind this is that I’ve been trying to tone up. The older the get (whether I look it or not) the more I realise that my body has changed in a major way. My shape is more curvy, my trouble areas (thighs and hips) have become that more challenging to keep trim and eating out on a regular basis; does not a toned body make.
Isn’t it one of the wickedest things you can do to yourself? Like life isn’t full of challenges already; that voice in your head can try and ease out all the positive words and fill your head with negativity.
Earlier this week, self doubt was plaguing me, I was even having nightmares about things going wrong and my forseeing bad things happening and the stagnation of both myself and my brand.
It’s been a very long time that I have had this feeling but the past few weeks since reading a book with my mother by the phenomenal pastor, public speaker and author Joel Osteen titled ‘I Declare’. My life and my overall mindset has taken a major and momentous turn for the better.
Self-esteem is often seen as a confusing issue. It doesn’t always relate to things such as how popular you are or how you look but more so how you perceive and begin to appreciate yourself for who and what you are.