In retrospect I take responsibility for where I have travelled. the people I have met. The heartache I encountered, all of it. I take responsibility for all the joy, all the good times. But also, for the upheaval and strain it brought into my life. Continue reading “What a Year!”
How Did That Happen?
All my life I knew one thing and one things only. I wanted to be a mother. I of course finished high school and went on to finish college and university but my main goal in life was to be a mother.
Now I was blessed to have my first daughter when I was barely 22. She didn’t even want to be born. She stayed in as long as she possibly could and we ended up haveing to force her out! HA! Continue reading “How Did That Happen?”
To The Girl
To the girl who never thought she was good enough. To the girl who lived life for everyone else and forgot about herself. Continue reading “To The Girl”
Perspective After Competing
We all know we’re suppose to love our bodies, flaws and all. We grow up. Get stretch marks, have children, loose weight, gain weight, have many different stages of life.
We have to learn to love ourselves at every stage. Some stages are harder to love ourselves in than others. Especially with social media and television showing us how they feel we need to look. It’s a complete mind game.
In the competition world you learn a lot from mistakes you make. Sometimes these mistakes knock you down and set you back, but sometimes these mistakes force you to contemplate why you are where you are and make some choices.
Continue reading “Life Lesson”