Feeling sorry for myself.
I'm Celeste, a magazine editor living in Phoenix.
Get ready for a lot of fitness, a lot of sass and a lot of froyo.
Life has thrown some interesting experiences my way this weekend, and I’ve consequently slacked on posting here.
Celeste Gives Up Mini Challenge 8: Lose the negativity Get ready for a bragfest. Sorry, everyone needs some self love every once and a while.
Celeste Gives Up Mini Challenge 8: Lose the negativity
Get ready for a bragfest. Sorry, everyone needs some self love every once and a while.Five things I love about myself:
- I’m independent and driven. Once I commit to something, I’ll be damned if I don’t follow through. And successfully, at that.
- I’d call myself a Renaissance woman. Whether in school, athletics or life, I generally can pick up any skill. In high school, I really wanted to go to college for chemistry and mathematics. I ended up doing journalism and Italian. I’m thankful that my interests are broad and I can back them up.
- Thanks to my mom, I’m generous. I grew up in a very giving family, and I want to share that generosity with the people I love. I always look out for Josiah, my friends and my students, and try to brighten their days with compliments, baked goods, hugs, etc.
- I’m tall, and I wouldn’t have it any other way (except maybe an inch taller ha).
- Over the years, I’ve transformed from angsty emo teen to hella cynical college student to still mildly cynical, but sometimes optimistic sass and a half. I’ve grown to speak my mind and care less about what other people think. Luckily, I still have tact, so my words have bitten me in the ass (yet). I used to be way too worried about how people perceived me (my appearance and my personality). Now, I love who I am and ignore other people’s negativity. Life is much better this way.
Saturday, Sept. 3 exercise:
- Gym: 23 miles spin bike
- Body Pump
Sunday, Sept. 4:
- Run: easy 5 miles
Monday, Sept. 5:
- Gym: 30 miles spin bike, foam rolling