#My love is like ocean it never ends
#Ik I will rise LIKE sun one day
#I'm čool às air
#I thìñking is huge like the sky
#I sail LIKE boat among my heaters
#but if u hurt me ill show u my dark side & my dark side is like shadow
Never thought I be one of those girls opening IG fitness acc. But I never thought I can get so addicted to healthy lifestyle. I tried 1000000 times and ...failed.🙈 lool. But this time it's different and I want to share it with YOU. If during my journey I'll motivate even 1 person, I'll be over the moon. Sooo....let's go!💪💪💪 Love xxx
Starting date: 01/02/2019
Starting weight: 67 kg
Now: 62.6 kg☝😍
SO. Recently, I’ve been trying something different—saying “thank you” upon receiving a compliment. Ye man I know it’s kind of a small thing, but if you’ve seen me receive compliments before, you know it typically goes smth like this: “HA *flips hair* I know. Thank you.” And the other party will either roll their eyes jokingly or laugh along.
While it’s kind of funny for myself when I’ve done that, I sort of feel like I haven’t been truly ACCEPTING the compliments. Like, it’s like I’m receiving them and just letting it stay on the very surface of my heart/mind, and hence it doesn’t really stick—kind of like dust on the surface, right: the wind blows away a layer of dust or like you touch the surface of something and wiping away the mark. Idk if saying “thank you” actually helps accepting, or if it’ll rly “take root” at all, but I still feel like doing this intentionally is better than letting the affirmations just stay at the surface.
Not saying it’s not ok to do hair flips or that I will stop doing that completely (CUZ I STILL THINK IT’S FUNNY AND IT’S OK TO NOT TAKE YOURSELF SO SRSLY ALL THE TIME), but I also want to work on accepting the affirmations that people give me. yeeeeeboiiiii