Sometimes I look to my body and remember my twenties, but I probably feel more confident now.
Happiness isn’t something that is naturally bestowed upon people. It takes effort, and a willingness to focus on positive thinking, but your hard work will pay off.
Happiness is an inside job. You look beautiful and young but sometimes you don’t feel it. And even if people can give you a compliment, only you can make yourself feel that you beautiful.
Most of us – women – grew up believing models were perfect, and that we didn’t measure up to them.
We keep striving to fit into the size 8 skinny jeans and try squeezing ourselves into dresses one size painfully smaller. It seems that we didn’t notice that we have been punishing ourselves for not fitting into the standard norm of the perfect vital statistics and body structures.
Fashion industry should admit that they don’t make clothes to fit REAL women!!
Mannequins should represent healthy life bodies and help to boost women’s body image and self-confidence when shopping, because what really matters is a healthy body and a clear mind.
We’ve all experienced negative moods – whether it’s feeling feeling sad after receiving some bad news or feeling lost and depressed. such feelings impact on how we think.
So do you need an emotional lift? Or need to blow off some steam after a stressful day?
A workout at the gym or a walk can help. Physical activity stimulates various brain chemicals that may leave you feeling happier and more relaxed. You may also feel better about your appearance and yourself when you exercise regularly, which can boost your confidence and improve your self-esteem.
Adding more cardio to your life will boost your productivity, rev your energy, and turn you into an unstoppable success machine.
Exercise has another vital role, It signals the release of several key hormones, including serotonin, the famed mood booster; dopamine, which affects learning and attention; and norepinephrine, which influences attention, perception, motivation, and arousal.
Yesterday night I prepared my gym clothes and sat my alarm clock and decided to join again the BodyFit class which was instructed by David and Jamie.
Exercise always affected my level of happiness, and I feel the rushing through. what a JOY 🙂
If you would love to hear more on how exercise and happiness work together, feel free to ask questions or share your thoughts.
You can also find the BodyFit class and many more at: http://www.d-flex.se
Do you know those people who constantly have something to say about what you’re doing or how you look? The ones who like to bring you down or ruin your smile whenever you make an effort to improve yourself or your life!
I’m sure we all know at least one person like that!
My friend Jamie Sallmen said to me once that those people should be ignored. Nothing they have to say is valuable.
So stand tall, be proud of yourself and ignore those negative people. They love trying to make others feel as miserable as they do! Don’t you dare let them get to you!
Keep doing what makes you happy! Focus on your shit because it is your life after all!
Let them talk behind your back, because that’s where they will be staying 😉