1. You're confident
It takes someone who is super comfortable in his/her skin to post a picture of themselves up close and personal; not to mention the amount of criticism you may receive from doing so, but choose to post it anyway. You don't justify your actions, because looking good needs no justification. You just go with how you feel: I'm sexy and I know it. 2. You live unapologetically
You are who you are and that's just the way it is. You're not ashamed of your past or how you choose to live your life currently. When ya look and feel good, you want to share that with the world, regardless of what anyone has to say about it. #sorryimnotsorry
3. You love yourself
If you enjoy snapping selfies, you definitely enjoy yourself and that enjoyment stems from love. I always say if you don't love yourself, you can't expect anyone else to either. 4. You take risks
You're not sure how anything is going to turn out, not even your selfie, but you go for the gold anyway. And much to your surprise things always turn out for the best, many times even better than you expected. Keep on keepin' on and take risks in all areas of your life, not just on Instagram. You never know how something will turn out if you don't try.
It is scientifically proven that as a species, we have fundamental human needs. Arguably the most important human need is the need for love - to love and be loved in return. When that need is not being met we develop insecurities, low self-worth, and that can lead to a plethora of other issues such as failure to commit, anxiety, and depression.
One of the leading, yet denied, causes of divorce is lack of love; which is ironic because marriage is supposed to be the union of two souls with a love so deep that only when death do you part.
I am no health expert by any means, but I am extremely conscious about the food I put in my body.
As a vegetarian or vegan you may get some outside concern about how much protein you're getting and are you getting enough.
While that's all fine and dandy, the protein talk gets a little old after a while. Today I'm here to give you some knowledge for if and when you're ever faced with a protein powwow, you'll know your $h*!.
I'm a health nut and fitness fanatic and I really want to incorporate that in Sheer Spirit, so I'm now going to try, I emphasize try, to post at least one health related post a week, whether it be an awesome recipe or workout.
For my first post I'd like to introduce the "Green Machine". Its catchy little name is due in part to A. the fact that it's green, duh, and B. you feel like an enthusiastic, motivated machine after you drink it. Here we go:
So, I took this New Year as a time to spiritualize my jumbled and chaotic thoughts, regrets, and remembrances of 2013 into something meaningful.
As I drove home from the big city this morning, (which by the way wasn't even really the morning due to a series of events that led me to sleep in way past the early bird special which I've become accustomed to), I reflected on all of my accomplishments, redirections, and the previous evening's events.
I came to realize or re-learn these 5 things that seem to creep up anytime I unnecessarily feel guilty or regretful, which may or may not resonate with you, too.