You can call me Roger Federer😬🥇
All jokes aside, I love playing tennis. I played tennis throughout my high school years and I’ve recently started to get back into it 🏸🎾
Regardless of the sport you play, physical activity or exercise can improve your health and reduce the risk of developing several diseases like type 2 diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease ❤️
Physical activity and exercise can have immediate and long-term health benefits. Most importantly, regular activity can improve your quality of life 👴🏽
Regular physical activity can relieve stress, anxiety, depression and anger. You know that "feel good sensation" you get after doing something physical? Think of it as a happy pill with no side effects! Most people notice they feel better over time as physical activity becomes a regular part of their lives 🤾🏼♂️
Go out and be active! 😁 #tennis
Holidays are a time to reflect on things that bring you joy & that you are thankful for. Being able to do something I love both as a career & hobby makes me feel incredibly lucky. As much as I appreciate being cooked for & dining out, being able to create dishes for others make me feel most complete.
My last night in Calgary I hopped into the kitchen & served up herb crusted rack of lamb, trois baked potatoes w gorgonzola, walnuts & blueberry honey & roasted asparagus with fried olives & dill.
I wanna hear what was on your Easter menu! Let me know 👇
What would it feel like if you got everything you ever wanted? ⠀
Tell us below!
112 hours ago
If every decision you make is just about you, you’re going to hit adversity that will make you quit because you don’t have the driving force to do what you do.
What’s your driving force?
412 hours ago
Entah sejauh apapun dirimu melangkah, jangan pernah lupa darimana kamu berasal.
Karena semewah-mewahnya ibu kota, kampung halamanmu tetaplah menjadi penentram hati terbaik.
1022 hours ago
You betta work it out.... you betta work it ouuuttt 🎶💛
212 hours ago
Join us for our greatest creation yet! Our heart and soul goes into this unique experience May 11th at @theccae 3p-10p.
012 hours ago
Sunday⛹🏽♀️She Runs Open Gym⛹🏻♀️We’re hoopin’ this SUNDAY ladies! Come out & meet us from 6PM - 9PM at 1450 W Sunrise Blvd in Fort Lauderdale. C’mon girl, join the club & hop on a team for SHE League! 🏀🙌🏽 *must be 18 & older
Decided to invest in some Tame Impala concert tickets. I have flipped concert tickets once in the past and had some success. I figured this was a great opportunity based on the numbers. During the American Express Presale this morning, I bought 4 General Admission tickets, each for $90. Since the venue is Madison Square Garden and Tame Impala is a popular band I figured this deal to be a home run. I believe I can sell these tickets for at least $150 each based on the ticket price estimates on third party websites. This would be about a 60% return on investment, which I would be ecstatic about. I jumped on this opportunity not necessarily to make money, but to get more practice with buying low and selling high. This skill is needed for stock and real estate investments. I’m nervous but excited!
112 hours ago
Be your own kind of beautiful!💗
112 hours ago
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112 hours ago
Do you have a scary space in your home? Besides my tween girl’s room, I’m down to only only one left thanks to @aslobcomesclean. How’s this for awesome??? She is partnering with @ultimate_bundles for a declutter your scariest space challenge. I’m going for it and I hope you’ll join me. My aff link is in my profile and the challenge is completely FREE. You’ll receive a how to video and some complimentary worksheets. Let’s do this!!!! #adhd#clutter#messy#officecleaning#decluttering
212 hours ago
There’s that quote about how you can’t use up creativity, the more you use, the more you have.
It just couldn’t be more true. You ever get in a creative rut? I’ve totally been there recently as life gets really busy and crazy! Anyone else there?
"Learn to enjoy every minute of your life. Be happy now. Don't wait for something outside of yourself to make you happy in the future. Think how really precious is the time you have to spend, whether it's at work or with your family. Every minute should be enjoyed and savored." - Earl Nightingale
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we lived in a small rental in Glendale. Where people that haven’t been outside of Utah would class ghetto. Where shootings, drugs, and our car got stolen more times than our insurance payed. Before thrifting was cool and it was our only option. When my dad worked two jobs and my mom worked three. Where we still couldn’t make ends meet and had to downgrade to a smaller apartment. My parents rubbing two cents together to give me a birthday. Where dial up was too expensive so the tv was my best friend and we couldn’t afford Cartoon Network so I’d watch home improvement shows on regular tv. I’d stay awake at night longer than a child should and imagine tearing down walls so I can have my own bedroom with things that matched and I got to choose. Where most of the loud noises from my parents vocals were about money. My dream was to grow up and be able to take care of them. I was 7 years old when I set up my own yard sale from day to night in the summer. 9 when I sold ramen packets at school. 12 when I started my first job. 15 when I started selling drugs. 18 when I bugged all my friends for Mary Kay. 20 when I truly understood money wasn’t meant to be my suffocating thoughts and instead live so abundantly I’d never have to think about money at all.
Recently I watched a humbling reminder by @therock now the number one paid actor reflecting on all the places of his childhood. Where he caused trouble and got arrested. Where his family was evicted and where he’d stare across the street everyday to a sky rise condominium, asking himself how nice it would be to have a beautiful home.
It’s incredible how someone can take away another’s excuse. A short two minutes to give hope when we’re feeling stuck. How am I ever gonna get out of this? Can we really live the good life? How would it be like to live like that? Own that home? Drive that car? Is dreams and luxury for someone else but not for me? What makes me think I can? Who am I? What makes me worthy.
The answer is, “if you’re willing”
Shock the world with your change.
Shock yourself with your capacity.
Shake the ones that put you down.
Tremble the ones who didn’t believe.
I’ve seen you go from an insecure boy holding on to childish things.
Relying on games to numb the boredom then putting away what doesn’t matter to picking up priorities.
Go from entertaining to educating yourself.
Go from killing, spending, and wasting time to investing it.
Pleasure seeking to purpose creating.
From fearing people’s judgements to becoming a positive influencer.
From avoiding conflict to facing it head on.
From being passive aggressive to speaking up for yourself and others.
I saw you put on your suit as armor for our family.
I’m so grateful to have a man who is humble enough to submit himself.
I’ve seen you earn the respect of men you respect.
I’ve been loved by you at a level I never knew existed.
Thank you so much for choosing this uphill battle.
Gods trusting you with lives and you’re honoring his blessing.
There are two most important days in a humans life, they day we were born and the day we figure out why.
I’m gonna be honestly, when someone asked my what my favorite holiday was, I’d say my birthday.
I use to make such a big deal on my birthday that it turned into my birth week and birth month. It was all about me.
I’d have all of these expectations. And set myself up for self caused disappointments. I had my eyes in this or that and nothing felt enough. I was bratty and ended my day with a feeling in my chest like “it was just another day like any other.” Let down.
Now I’m 25. Half way to 50. A quarter of a century.
I figured out life and happiness isn’t about self seeking and reflecting off the mirror.
And when instead of asking what can make me happy, I asked how can I make them happy, I was happy.
Instead of asking how can I have peace, I asked how can I create peace with others, and found my inner peace.
Instead of asking when am I going to be loved, I showed love to others and felt love in return.
After handwriting 25 letters to 25 incredible women in my life currently, I got to see each of their smiles and felt their embrace.