365 days of self discovery: Day 27


What excites you?

  • Many things tend to excite me, but just to name a few.. hitting new PR’s at the gym, good news that comes from friends/family, roadtrips to a new place, thinking about my future and all the things I would like to see happen, watching a new movie, being invited to hang out or asked out on a date & making new friends. 

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You can assume I have a love for fitness & a love for Wonderwoman -- both assumptions are correct. I am an ACSM certified personal trainer of 8+ years -- I currently reside in Ohio and live a simplistic life at the age of 29. If I am not lifting, I am eating, sleeping, traveling, exploring, or movie watching. I recently moved during a pandemic, now I am focused on self care (self love), building a business of my own in personal training, becoming a professional blogger, starting a podcast and doing things that make me happy! I am a sister, daughter, and loyal friend --- I love everyone's dog and I am on a mission to pet as many dogs as possible everywhere I go! LOL. My mission is to talk health (physical/mental), design programming, motivational speak, learn, grow, prosper, build others and make as many people smile as possible because I want nothing more than to be the change I seek in the world.

12 thoughts on “365 days of self discovery: Day 27

    1. Yes, you know, I think taking a roadtrip on a bike would offer a new kind of experience, something I would be down for , but probably couldn’t manage lol


    2. Yes you should and then share it with all of us. I don’t assume we all want to be like some of the greater athletes, but I always wondered if competing in some of those races were of interest to you

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    3. Competing is not of interest to me. Riding, yes. Competing, no. I’m almost 50 and I’m not that fast… nor driven. I get enough enjoyment out of riding with my wife and friends. 😎


    4. Ahh okay! well that is fair. I guess I didn’t imagine you close to 50 lol — that would make a hell of a difference. Was there at any point in your life where you wanted to compete?


    5. Ahh okay! so realism set in and high hopes went away. I think some people get caught up in the hype of wanting to be a famous athlete, but the issue with aiming that high, is not realizing how many other people are always either better than yourself or not realizing the chances are 1 in every so million , that even if the opportunity arises, it might not arise in a time meant for you — if that makes sense.

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