Guess what? Last week I got my second tattoo (don’t mind the message on my T-shirt .. Hahahahaha)! Been thinking on this one for a long time now and now when it’s finally there it feels more than right.
I’m so happy with how it turned out!!
There is a story behind that tattoo which I don’t feel like sharing, but I can say I was trying for long time not to fall apart.
The tattoo is a reminder to every fight I went through and those which I will face.
I done my tattoo at the Swahili Bob’s Tattoo Stockholm by Ion.
I already have a small one on my wrist. That first one means a lot for me ∞
It can be a tough decision on what to get tattooed on your body parts. Just remember that your tattoo is a piece of art which will reflect your personality.
Talk soon, love!!
Thanks What Women Want – magazine and my friend Reem Gamil for giving me the chance to share my story with others. I hope it can inspire men and women who wish to change for good. #ImReborn #Reboot_2015
My journey towards a healthier lifestyle started after I was diagnosed with breast cancer, then a few months later I was diagnosed with another in my uterus.
Sometimes simple choices so hard to make, even when they might benefit us, like going for a run or eating healthier food options. BUT if you believe that the changes we wish we could make, it will be so much easier to make those simple choices that benefit us — Thank you David Seisay for making making the healthy choice the default choice for me and many others.
Inspiring and maintaining personal behavior change is not easy, but ensuring a sustainable health attitude for a better future is absolutely worth it. Behavior change is neither simple nor linear; it will require greater awareness, commitment, innovation and determination.
So DONT GIVE UP ON YOURSELF!!
Buy the new issue of What Woman Want magazine for more great stories. xoxo