When you’re younger they tell you “don’t grow up it’s a trap”. I don’t know, so far it seems pretty awesome to me😄
// Kdyz jsem byla mladsi, porad jsem slysela jak si to mam uzivat, ze uz bude jenom hur. Hele nevim, ale zatim dobry😄
Poprve jsem jela na takovej vejlet sama, jen se stanem, spacakem, lampickou, nakym jidlem a s tim, ze kdyz zvladnu 7 hodin za volantem tak budu moct postavit stan u jezera a travit cas se skvelejma lidma. Za mesic me ceka vejlet trochu jinyho kalibru - Death Valley, ktery bude asi 10 hod cesty (porad v Kalifornii) ale hlavne tam bude 50 stupnu Celsia. Ale jak vzdycky cituje moje maminka jisteho autora “Vetsina veci, kterych jsem se v zivote bal, se nikdy nestaly.”
My first half marathon in who knows how long ! This was a whole new experience - the views were insane around #lacvassiviere and I got to meet my new Hakuna Matata running team. Huge thanks to @bearfootbreaks for the invite and delicious food after the race ❤️ -
I’ve recently been motivated by some photographers around me, people I follow & close friends.
So... moving forwards, I’m going to push harder with good quality content & get shooting more often!
It’s also easier & more fun to shoot other athletes too, so those shots tend to end up on @mrholmesphotography . The goal? I’d love to make photography a part-time profession!
" Success means having the courage, the determination, and the will to become the person you were meant to be. " - George Sheehan ✨ In the first picture, I was sick, tired, depressed and desperate for change. I wanted to feel comfortable in my own skin. My first exercise goal was to run for a full minute. After a couple months of walking and running intermittently, I finally did it. Fast forward 7 years from when that picture was taken. I can now run 13.1 miles. I ran almost everyday for months to prepare for this. I've learned that running takes serious mental toughness, discipline and determination. Seeing my friends and family supporting me was a great feeling. It was like a tribute to the "old me". The first picture reminds me of where I began and the courage and discipline it took to become the woman in the second picture. There is nothing easy about it, and most days you'll want to quit, but if I can do it, anyone can do it. Here's to the next race in September! 🍻
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