My face when someone tells me I can’t do something! 😝 I am currently stuck in Limbo. Awaiting a decision that I cannot control which will redirect my life. It’s so frustrating to have finally found clarity after years of stumbling around blindly only to have to wait on a decision that is out of my hands, on a judgement of my academic ability. 🤓 And so I wait. And I wait. And I wait. My patience wears thin. At least this time I’m in limbo by choice, I haven’t been deceived into it. And this time it’s for a worth while cause. As someone who struggles with anxiety, living in limbo is tough territory for me and I have to be careful. Have you ever been in limbo? How did you cope with it?
I think self love is something everyone struggles with at some point or another, some more often than others (or at least more openly), but no one is immune. It’s easy to look at someone else, especially on social media, and think they are perfect or their life is perfect, that they have everything, and are always happy. Sometimes the ones projecting the most perfection and happiness are actually the most unhappy. Unfortunately a lot of people would rather build an illusion than feel things. The truth is, you just don’t know. You don’t know someone else’s story unless you are lucky enough for them to open up and share it with you. (And I say ‘lucky enough’, because someone exposing their truth to you is a true gift.) Don’t be fooled by the illusion, self love is a challenge even for the most wealthy, most beautiful, most successful, most loved, most positive, most intelligent person in the world. We are all the same.
You are a miracle! ✨ Your existence is an impossibility made possible against unimaginable odds. If you don’t believe me then think about this: The probability of your parents meeting is 1 in 20,000. The probability of your parents having a child is 1 in 2000. The probability that that child would be you is 1 in 400 quadrillion. Then there’s the probability of every one of your ancestors over 150,000 generations successfully reproducing. Go even further and there’s the unlikely chance that human life even exists. That our planet is just the right distance from our sun, in a solar system that is in the perfect place in our galaxy, that is in the perfect place in our universe to support life is in itself a miracle. And if you still don’t believe me that you are a miracle, that miracles exist, just look at this sunset from earlier this week, I meaaaannn 🤷🏼♀️ what more proof do you need?!?!
I love Cott and it’s phallic symbol 😏 I also love these bathers from @kotomi_swim showing off dem booty gains from @f45_training_booragoon 💪🏼 and I also love @rachael_gouvignon for being that friend who lays in the sand to get the right angle 😘📸 . . . . . #thatwouldhurt #phallicsymbol #bootygains🍑 #onepiece #kotomiswim #highrise #beachbum #sunsoutbunsout #bootypics #buttsnorkeler #buttworkout #squatsfordays #burpeelife #f45life #westisbest #westernaustralianbeaches #cottesloe #cottbeach #findmehere #humpday🐫 #happyhumpday🐫
I recently read this definition of hell: “On your last day on earth, the person you became will meet the person you could have become.” — Anonymous I mean, WOW, those are some powerful words! That would legit be my biggest fear, not living my life to my full potential. Does this definition of hell give anyone else goosebumps?!