Time flies when you’re having fun! And it did indeed, 4 years of challenges and achievements, infinite knowledge and tonnes of fun.
Today I feel proud, happy and grateful that I had the courage to choose another path which proved to be the one that I was always meant to follow.
The best part? Having someone next to you every step of the way, a friend, brother, partner of adventure and forever love of my life. Love you, A
Live. Laugh. Love.
Today on my way home I got to see something that made me smile. Yes, I love food, every piece of it! What my body has to say? Bring it on!! What my scale has to say? Warning, please, only one person at a time! Hahaha 😀
Anyway, thank you Fuller for putting a smile on my face but I will stay away this time, I’ll take my chances!
Fuller Smith & Turner, Brentford
Today I am writing to myself. This is just a statement, telling me that what lies within me is not for everyone to see.
I love people, but sometimes I just expect too much of them and with great expectations, you get great disappointments. Cherish the people that see the GOOD in you. Treasure them for loving you for who you are.
This is me, this is who I am, this is how I was designed to think, to live, to love.
NOT perfect, but UNIQUE.
HONEST and GENUINE.
I thank myself today for all my achievements, mistakes, failures for becoming who I am.
Have the courage to be yourself and not how others would like you to be.
” Cold hands, warm heart”.
Today made me think a lot about FAITH. I do believe things happen for a reason, right or wrong, good or bad, everything is meant to be. They say if you pay attention to every small mistake, gesture, coincidence or people that you randomly meet and you find out you have so many things in common, despite age, religion, country or beliefs, those are signs of events which are already assigned to happen in your life. Let’s call it, DESTINY!
Have you ever experienced to wish for something to happen so bad and no sign of it, but when you gave up on that thing to come to you so naturally?! I believe things get to you when you are ready to take the most out of them. Bad things? Unfortunately, a reality. You can’t avoid them, you can’t fight them, sometimes you can’t even win, you just need to accept them, understand them, embrace them and get a chance to know them better.
You know what else makes me believe in faith? Deja vu! I can’t remember who told me, but they say that deja vu is just a confirmation of your already planned destiny. You know what? Every time I am experiencing one it puts a big smile on my face and I tell myself, “I’m on the right track, thank you, God”.
So, you know what:
” Que sera, sera
Whatever will be, will be
The future’s not ours to see
Que sera, sera
What will be, will be”
Hope you have a great weekend!
Today is my mother’s birthday, bless her, she is turning 48! Young mamma!! Today is all about her ♡♡.
My mum, she is a very special lady, 150 cm tall, 49 kg, thin as a twig. But don’t get yourself fooled, the lady she means business, works in the army, been twice in Afghanistan, graduated University when she was around 40 and she is still looking to develop herself in so many ways. She made her life as she wanted through hard work and lots of sacrifices.
She is my inspiration and I’ll always be thankful for the beautiful person she turned me into.
I’m really proud of you mum and you should be proud of yourself, look at me how fabulous I am, you did a great job!! Haha…modest as always.
Love you mum, my dear friend, I miss you!
Today I feel myself, I feel beautiful, positive and I cannot wait to finish work so I can enjoy the beautiful weather in my garden.
Randomly, today I’ve run into a calculator that tells you the calories needed in a day by each one of us. This will help in setting up a limit for your intake in order to lose weight. It is called Mifflin St. Jeor equation and it is based on two values, Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) and your activity level.
The formula is below:
Male BMR = (10 X weight (kg)) + (6.25 X height (cm)) – (5 X age (y)) + 5
Female BMR = (10 X weight (kg)) + (6.25 X height (cm)) – (5 X age (y)) – 161
- no exercise = 1.2
- 1-3 exercise days/week = 1.375
- 3-5 exercise days/week = 1.55
- 6-7 exercise days/week = 1.725
Calories needed a day = (your BMR per the Mifflin equation) X (your activity level)
There are various methods to set up a limit but in fact,each of us is unique and our metabolism works in different ways. It would be best to start reducing the intake gradually by 15 – 20% and by having an exercise pattern you will notice your own results. After that, you can adjust the limit, bear in mind never go under 1200 calories a day and take into consideration the level of activity and its intensity.
It is a really useful technique in getting yourself healthier, slimmer and toned up.
I feel a lot better since I’ve started exercising and taking care what I eat and how much. What I really like is that I don’t feel restricted and I can adapt my lifestyle to my preferences. Let’s see how it goes! Be confident!!