Woke up at 7am this morning and was on my way to the gym, but then I decided to hike to the hot springs by myself. Seriously the best natural medication to clear out the thoughts and negativity in your head. I just loved talking to random people and learning how to enjoy life independently. I am sooooo going to do more things solo!♥♥♥ #takeahike #hotsprings #beautifulutah #selfiesaturday
Amazing things can happen when you learn to silence your ego.
Just when I thought I couldn't hold a pose due to being physically weaker, this was my best hold yet. I wish I would have set up my video camera. I was so excited for how long I held this.
Parece mentira que ya ha pasado un mes since this is not my view anymore! I miss you Utah, with all the beautiful moments that I lived there! Estas fotos fueron tomadas día tras otro hace al menos mes y medio desde mi cuarto con vista el awesome Salt Lake! ❤ #BeautifulUtah
What two questions would you ask to get the most information about who a person truly is?
We started our road trip of course where we live. Beautiful Utah. As most states, there are vast changes in the way Utah looks. Big huge redrocks, pine tree covered mountain sides , aspen forests , sage brush desert lands, and busy bustling suburban neighborhoods along the Wasatch Front. We love so much about Utah. My favorite drives are always once we get through a canyon and into the mountains. #oldbridge #beautifulutah #utahmountains #utahisrad
Every journey begins with a single step and our just started. Together we do life differently! Utah, it was a pleasure and I can’t wait to be back soon!
Dear Creek State Park in Wallsburg, UT! •
You can have amazing views of the mountains and reservoir when going down I-189 towards Provo!
Bonus: A bit down Provo canyon you also have access to the Bridal Veil Falls trailhead 😍 You can see the falls from the road, but they are that much more amazing up close!
You can camp, go to the beach and kayak at Deer Creek Reservoir. I might just have found my Summer swimming spot 😎
I've been pretty unmotivated to get outside recently. Up and down temps, cold & soggy weather conditions, and running full speed into our busiest season at work means I cherish my days off as cozy rest days. So I'll be sharing more photos from my Colorado/Utah trip, because I haven't even gone through 1/4 of them yet. 😍
It may be a small park but it will take a special place in your heart 🍂
This past month has been insanely rough on my body. If it's not my genetic disorder, or blood disorder, it's something doctors can never fucking explain. This time was the first time in quite a while I got insanely terrified as to what was happening to me. I had to go back to see doctors. Medical tests came back that my body was breaking down my muscles at a rapid rate with zero explanations, along with other things I don't feel comfortable posting on social media. Once again it was left up to me to find my own answers, which I did. Doctors were left clueless and told me I was lying to them and just over-exercising every single day in an extreme manner, when in reality I hadn't been able to get out of bed most of the days this last month. I couldn't over-exercise even if I wanted to.
I have been mostly in bed trying to recover from what has been happening. I haven't been to the gym in almost a month. I've lost so much muscle and progress due to my constant health battle. This is a cycle I live with. I was in some desperate need of some sunshine and nature. I couldn't do a hike, so we drove to Horseshoe Springs. Just baptising myself into the waters of mother nature. The only way I'd ever choose to spend my sabbath.