yoga passion

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I know we hear a lot about social media having a negative impact on our self esteem etc.. and I agree it can, but it can also be so uplifting and bring such positive vibes into your life.
Random, but every morning before going to my job I watch Erik Conover’s vlogs and that motivates me to continue work on my passions and not overthink. People like him remind me that we can do anything when we keep a positive attitude and work for it. 

“Smile more, worry less, and live your passion “ :)

Woke up this morning, threw on my favorite workout clothes, and headed to yoga where I took some much-needed relaxation time. I decided to continue my practice when I got home. It was a tough week for me. From car troubles, difficulties at work and school, to feeling completely inadequate and unsatisfied with my personal relationships; I was in desperate need of some self-care. 

When I was younger, I always frowned upon the thought of doing yoga. I used to claim, “It’s too easy.” As a competitive runner and soccer player, I was used to the constant adrenaline. I never let myself slow down. As I’ve grown up, I’ve realized that I need to take more time for myself. Slowing down is still extremely challenging for me, but I’ve gotten so much better at listening to my body. I’m so thankful for yoga, and for a passion that makes me feel genuinely good about myself no matter what life throws at me. 

Here’s to hoping everyone has a relaxing weekend. 💕🙏🏻