Life (And thereby everything in it) is a journey, not a destination.
Its all about improvement; with our careers, family, significant other and especially with ourselves. This is something people can struggle with.... Hell, it's something I struggle with. I want a tangible end goal so I know when Im "there". But I truly believe this is a lie fed to us by Hollywood and media. That when you have two nice cars, a house and kids you've "made it" as if that's the end. But what about all the work it took to get there, and all the hard days that still come after?
The downfall of social media... no one sees anyone they look up to fail anymore. We paint this picture people want to see in leiu of the reality that a lot of us aren't happy, aren't happy with what we see in the mirror or at home so we recreate an image of half truths to hide the pain.
For every picture I post you can bet there's 5-10 instances I look in the mirror and find something to be unhappy with. And, if you've read this far, know that this is a pitty party but rather an exclimation of honesty and truth.
Im stupidly proud of how far Ive come and not just in the gym but in a lot of areas. Just know that there are days, just like everyone else, where it doesnt seem good enough. Where I feel I didn't try hard enough, or straight out knew I phoned that last set in, couldve done 10 more lbs, couldve worked harder, couldve helped someone more, couldve loved my fiance better or been more patient with her.... But if today is better than yesterday or you're working at it, that's truly all that matters. Because once you stop trying to be better, what's the point?
This, these are a moment I am proud to share. What are you proud to share?
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