Watch closely 👀 do you see it?Happy #WAday 🎈 Lots of love from my beautiful state in the lucky country. I feel very blessed, especially with everything going on in the world, that this is where I get to call home.
It’s takes far more energy to hate than it does to love 💞 @lornajaneactive #morelovelesshate #whatwouldlovedo
I’m calling out all those who share their workouts via posts or stories, including myself. A couple of things that have happened in the past week and a conversation with Ross got me thinking that I/we might be causing more harm than good with workout videos. After getting Costochondritis for the first time last week I was forced to take a week off exercising. The first few days were easy but then I started to feel guilty and have irrational thoughts about losing strength and ability. I had to pull myself up on it and give myself permission to do nothing, to let my body rest and recover. During this time, I felt frustrated by people sharing their workouts depending on the intent I believed to be behind the share. Those workouts that were purely to show people they had exercised (sped up yoga flows, weight lifting, boxing, on a run etc) made me feel guilty for not doing something myself. They were not motivating to me whatsoever, they made me feel bad about myself. I hadn’t felt this way when I myself was exercising daily, I thought I was being motivating/inspiring. I hadn’t realised it could also be upsetting to some people. Those who shared workouts which were instructional or gave workout suggestions or tips I found far more useful and less triggering. I think it all comes down to intent. So I challenge those sharing workouts to think about the purpose of sharing it, myself included. I too am guilty of sharing my workouts that don’t benefit anyone but my own ego. I won’t do that anymore. I will do better. I hope others will do the same. Educational only! 📸 @withoneeyeshut edit by me (swipe for original)
Thanks for a wonderful weekend away in #Yallingup now that we can finally leave the hood @withoneeyeshut 😘 The first of many travel adventures together 😊 Pic taken by Ross’s Dad - first edit is mine, second is Ross’s, third is the original.
He’d have no idea I’m not an amazing cook!👩🍳 As you guys know I’ve been getting HelloFresh meals for over a year now and it’s given me so much confidence in the kitchen. Ross is mostly Vegetarian and I’d have had no idea what to cook for him without the HelloFresh recipes that make it easy and delicious every time. We keep all the recipe cards so we can make our favs again and again. This Indian sweet potato and coconut dhal was another winner. If you’ve never tried @hellofreshau now is the time! I’m pleased I can offer you a discount code TIFFANY80 which gets you up to $90 off over 4 boxes. (1st box: $40 off, 2nd box: $30 off, 3rd box: $10 off, 4th box: $10 off). #sp