To answer your question:Yes,Sarah Huckabee Sanders was fired today because she’s ridiculous! Even better news then that? Trump and Pence are no longer running this country ........Because I’m the new Fucking President of the United States of America,Bitches! First Executive Order:Human Rights and Equal Rights for ALL!
BODY FUCKIN GOALS 🤤😍😍😍 but it will never fuckin happen I eat 24/7 (LITERALLY) && I still don’t gain weight hell I only gained 10 pounds pregnant with cam I’ll forever be skinny and I’m ok with that #wishfulthinking 🤷🏾♀️
Ever stayed in a relationship because you could SEE how good it COULD be? Even though it wasn't. You'd stay just hoping your partner would change. Couldn't they just listen or couldn't they just stop fighting you on everything. Maybe they'll change, right? 🤷🏼♀️ It can be the same with jobs. My last job was like that & leaving it was hard. I could see SO much potential in staying, they offered me a promotion & a nice raise to go with it. But something didn't sit right.
When I pictured myself there in this new role with all this new power & I thought about the things I'd implement, I'd get carried away with excitement. But soon I'd feel a heavy weight on my chest.
The weight was telling me that REALLY this wouldn't happen. The potential I could see wasn't the reality that would play out.
I viscerally felt this because I KNEW the people in charge would never agree with the changes I'd want to make. Because we didn't hold the same core values.
During my final week I felt a kind of grieving sadness. A sadness for what could be if only [insert whatever it is that'd need to change]. By turning the position down I'd closed that door. Even though I wasn't happy with where I was, it was safe, & the lure of "but maybe it'll change" was enticing.
I realized I had to learn to let go of what "could be", because I was seeing the potential of something that would need a LOT of un-budgeable things to change to come to fruition.
Because the potential you see in something isn't always the reality of the situation. I had remind myself of what the reality was.
It took a lot of discernment to figure it out & it wasn't easy, especially when you have 40-odd adorable Chinese kids telling you not to leave. 🙊
But for me I could feel it in my body. Do you get that too?
If you're struggling with making a decision like this try asking yourself: am I seeing potential that could **actually** happen? Or am I ignoring significant indicators that would tell me otherwise? Sending you love as always. 💋
🍂 Autumnvibes 🍂 The days get shorter, the air moist, the nights colder, the mornings fresh 🍂 Each autumn I’m getting some extra power from the nature, which I’m using to grow, develop, make some of the dreams/wishes/goals coming true 🍂 This winter I will make an another certification to my collection ~ I’ll become: Pilates instructor 🍂 and wish to finish the house on the sea and move in 🍂 What about you? #liveyourbestlife#makeyourdreamscometrue
Yesterday I went back to the gym. For those of you who watch my instagram stories you know the travesty of my last treadmill experience. ➡️➡️ About two weeks ago I fell off the treadmill while running at the gym. And I hit HARD. After a trip to urgent care I knew I had sprained both my foot and my ankle. 😬😬 It was HORRIBLY embarrassing to say the least. I knew at least 10 people saw me fall on my ass. I had to keep retelling the story over and over again each time someone saw my hobble. The humiliation was real. 😳😳 Last night as I walked up to the elliptical I was nervous. What if I fell again? What if I caused a scene again or hurt myself even worse? What if, what if, what if... but then I thought “I can’t stop doing something I love just because I’m scared of failing or embarrassing myself. I have to lean into the fear.” 👏🏻👏🏻 And I did just that. I gave it all I had and didn’t look back. Yeah, falling off the treadmill was pretty horrifying. But I survived. And you know what kind of people get running injuries?? The kind of people who have the courage to friggin run. 🏃🏼♀️🏃🏼♀️
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When I turn on my car in the morning and the temperature has a snowflake beside it. Yup, fall weather is officially out in full force 🍂🍂🍂
The change in the season always seems to play with me because I'm prone to wicked headaches and I've been battling one for the last few days. With a handful of new design clients signed, projects on the go, our @oneroomchallenge in full swing and an upcoming road trip to @experiencecolumbus this weekend (more on that later), fall is shaping up to be an exciting season over here (and I'm blessed for it all). But for tonight, need to take some serious me time, jump into my favourite bathtub and pray the headache melts away because I promised myself I wouldnt get sick this fall and I fully intend on it staying that way
What are some ways you help beat sickness this time of year? My number one go to is always hot water, honey and lemon 🍋 in a teapot on repeat (it's a family secret that's not really so secret 😊)
(Image from our past bathroom #oneroomchallenge and 📷 by @justinkoblik )
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This is for the moody version of autumn we enjoy today. ;) Instead of sitting under a cosy blanket with a cup of freshly brewed coffee and a good book I got soaking wet in my teddy jacket and couldn’t see anything because of my glasses. But I found super cute secondhand clothes for my baby and our mountain voyage next week. #unrelatedcaption#wishfulthinking