Health and wellness means many different things to many people.
To some, it means living life to the fullest. To others, it can mean taking everything in moderation.
Some people love yoga, some people love running. Me, I’m more a pilates/swimming girl, but I’m trying to expand my exercise horizons.
For the last year to eighteen months, I have been struggling with my health.
‘As soon as I saw you I knew an adventure was going to happen’
Winnie the Pooh
They say bad things always come in threes. That has certainly been true for my life the last 3 months.
Let me preface this by saying that H and I have been struggling for a while. Not with each other; rather with the circumstances we have been thrown into over the last 2 – 3 years.
Whilst its been tough, we’ve been there together through it all.
“You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.”
― Dr Seuss
So I started writing on here almost two weeks ago now. And in a way its been liberating.
However I haven’t really given away any information yet that could affect what goes on in my ‘real life.’
Recently, I linked my Instagram account to my Facebook account, which allows people I know to see that I am posting on Instagram again.
Someone I have mentioned in passing, but really deserves his own piece is my partner H.
I don’t want to fully name him, because whilst I have chosen to write about myself, its not something he has chosen, or would like for himself.
However he has contributed so much to my life, that it would be unfair to not mention him.
You are what you eat.
How healthy you are on the inside, shows on the outside.
This can be no truer than with my skin.
Just to change things up and hold myself to my word that I would’t only write about one thing here – I thought I would put out my thoughts on what it is really like to live with an American Bulldog.
‘There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man.
True nobility is being superior to your former self.’