MY OTP with Amanda Suk! Enjoy :)
This health/weight journey has been definitely inconsistent especially with my affinity for sweets and sweet potato fries. In attempt to stay on track, I decided to make a visual food diary via Instagram to document the daily choices I make in order to live a healthier life all around. If you want to stay up to date, or see how to make smarter eating choices- follow me @meganbhealthy :)
Here by all of your requests and comments- hope you enjoy!
New video ft. Matthias! INTERNET ICON LIVES ON
VALENTINE’S DAY IS COMING! Are you ready? Are you broke? Either way, let me help :) Share for your friends/loved ones!
You asked for it, and we did it! Dtrix vs. Me. Share if you smiled :)
We are on a couch. We reply to your tweets.
VEGAS PEOPLE! I’m finally teaching at the end of this month! Who’s ganna come with me?
hahahah I love this gif.
I woke up hours before street cleaning in order to research car deals because I am currently without one. I have a friend who was kind enough to lend me his while he’s out of town for the holidays. Needless to say, as I’m sure you can infer, I was told that my car was on the opposite side of the street (where I wouldn’t have to move it) but it in fact was sitting pretty with a fresh new ticket right on the dashboard when I went to take a look under the hood of my broken car in the garage.
Like any normal, working human, that’s planning to take on a great deal of finances with a new car, I got upset immediately. Not yell-and-kick-the-tires upset, but internally dented. (Is this a pun? Car? Dent? I’ll take it). And I actually got a bit perturbed of my friend who promised my car was on the safe side. But then after sulking up my stairs back into my apartment and thinking how exhausting this whole car buying process was and adding this little incident (There that dent is again. Man, this has to be something) to the equation, I realized that things are inevitable. Yeah, I could have checked myself that the lended car was indeed going to get a ticket if I don’t move it, but that is nobody else’s fault but mine. I could have gotten mad at the cleaning people for writing the ticket, but how can I punish someone for doing their job? I could have rolled my eyes at my friend, but it’s not his fault to keep track of something that isn’t his.
It’s the second day of a new year and I could have cursed the skies for doing this to me so early in the game, but mindset is everything. Starting strong and positive is the most important thing about every day, not just because we’re right in the beginning of the new year. But we should also put things into perspective when they’re awry. I’m finally getting rid of an old car I’ve had my whole driving life that has finally broken, allowing me to start a new chapter of adulthood- a deserved change of pace to something nicer. Maybe even a reward for hard work? I get to experience things that are monumental in one’s life- personally choosing a new car and being able to see where all of your money is going to rather than in thin air or on sweet potato fries and knit sweaters over the course of a few months. I’m making decisions, building credit, gaining experience all from a broken down car. What about a $73 parking ticket makes it carry so much more weight to sulk over than to take a deep breath and go forward in a high-pressure situation calmly?
I guess this is just a rambling blog about my morning mindset, but I figure if it was beneficial for me to turn this occurrence around, maybe it can help you in future mishaps. Happy New Year everyone, I love you lots.