She works out, has three young children, and wants to ask you, “What’s your excuse?”
Apparently, people are freaking out about this. There really is no reason to do that.
I think it’s just great that people who love fitness and working out have found something they enjoy and find rewarding. I confess that they make me chuckle sometimes, but only because they, like anyone who has “discovered” something that made a big impact on their lives, tend to go all ego-maniacal and think that the rest of us want what they want in a literal way.
But I do think most of us want something that we may be struggling to achieve but are holding out on making real. That is the way I read this photograph and this question.
What do you tell yourself you want, but are avoiding?
Most of us have something inside of us that we wish was part of our real life and not just part of our dreams. I don’t care about having a hard body. Yes, if a genie wanted to grant it to me I would accept it, but that is not the thing that I really wish were my reality.
So I think Maria can help me, and she can help you, by pushing the issue if we only will drop the take-everything-personally drama and give it some thought.
What do you really want, and what is the reason you give yourself for why you don’t yet have it in your life?