Hello week-end!!!! If you must take anything seriously during the week-end let’s take your pleasure super intensively seriously 😉. I love the idea. We always put more energy and thoughts and preparation and care and attention regarding our obligations, how about we do this for our pleasure??!!!! Ahahahahah tempting right?! I am a project manager in work life and I was raised as a project manager in private life lol, all about organizing anticipating preparing defining timelines deadlines steps to get you to your target. BUT I never tried to use this into something much more important and fun: what makes me happy! So let’s do this guys, this week-end we are going to take our pleasure seriously and seriously enjoy that 😉. Take care 💜🧡💙💚💛❤️
Saturday Morning with this faaaab book, it’s not hippyish at all, but full of tips to help you breathe in a way that brings about calm....with a Turmeric Latte of course!🌇🧘🏽♀️☕️ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Посты, выкладываем сейчас подведут итог о моем питании на отдыхе, заключительный же будет содержать в себе итог с поездки.
🌞Осетинский пирог с сыром
🌞Баклажаны тушеные с перцем и картофелем
🌞Кальмар в кляре
🌞Латте с сладким картофелем
🌞Сендвич с яйцом, морковью, огурцом, пекинской капустой
🌞Салат из двух видов капусты с орехами под майонезом
🌞Салат из одуванчиков
🌞Рис с овощами и яйцом
🌞Говядина на чугуне
Латте с сладким картофелем — гастрономическое удовольствие. Кофейный напиток, в основу которого положена сливочная составляющая прекрасная играющая в пёстром дуэте с пюре из батата. Нежный на вкус картофель идеально звучит с кофе, напоминая солёную карамель, такую любимую мной. Прекрасный напиток, за которым я бы вернулась.
Bad things happen to good people, maybe you’re one of those good people.
Whilst some find it easier to brush off past situations & use them to move on & up, others can easily get trapped in a narrative that bad things happen because they’re inherently bad.
⚠️Well pal, today I’m calling bull-poo* on that. Bull-poo* on your situation & bull-poo* on mine (*please insert stronger words as fitting)⚠️
I have been one of those people who believed that I was inherently bad. I blamed myself for things that were totally out of my control. I’ve blamed 7 year old me, 19 year old me & flip, it’s just carried on.
My new narrative, “GIVE YOURSELF A BREAK GAL!”
Although I could hear & understand what people were continuously saying to me like “it wasn’t your fault”, “stop blaming yourself”, “you’re angry at the wrong person” etc. I couldn’t stop blaming myself. For years I would find reasons of how I could’ve stopped the past panning out the way it did. But wow! What a waste of time, energy & life that has been. Why? Because, 🔥The. Past. Has. Happened!🔥
By not allowing myself to accept that the blame was so clearly not on me, I’ve held myself back in so many ways. I’ve lived in fear of other people. I’ve imagined horrific endings to scenarios too gruesome to be made into horror films! It may take time for you to trust people again, but I’ve met some great people along the way.
Self care isn’t just about scented bath, face masks & eating well. Whilst they’re a part of it, self care is also about giving yourself a break. It’s about finding forgive for yourself & what happened. No, it doesn’t mean you forget & it doesn’t mean it’s easy, but it’s about allowing yourself to live your best life despite the bad things that have happened to you - YOU BEING A GOOD PERSON BTW🌈
I’m tired of hiding myself & feeling held back by past & present actions of others. Guys, I’ve got a light that’s meant to be out there shining &, at the moment, it’s hidden. So find your sunglasses because, at some point (dates & time tbc.), a firework is about to go off!
I want you to join me.
Wash off that bull-poo & hand out the sunglasses! We’ve got ourselves a life to live!💩🕶
Sometimes set backs can be a good thing as they give us the chance to re-evaluate the things that are working for us, the things that aren’t and how we might improve them. Recovery isn’t linear and whether or not it’s from the result of a ‘set back,’ taking the time to consistently re-evaluate things is a great way to ensure that we’re headed in the right direction - progress, not perfection 💖 More on the blog 👆🏻