Are you ready for free fall???? ☁️ .
Dilon mein tum apni betabiyan leke chal rahe ho.
Toh zinda ho tum!
Nazar mein khwaabon ki bijliyan leke chal rahe ho
Toh zinda ho tum! ✨
Hawa ke jhonkon ke jaise aazad rehna seekho
Tum ek dariya ke jaise, leharon mein behna seekho
Har ek lamhe se tum milo khole apni baahein
Har ek pal ek naya samaa dekhiye 🌠
Jo apni aankhon mein hairaniyan leke chal rahe ho
Toh zinda ho tum!
Dilon mein tum apni betabiyan leke chal rahe ho
Toh zinda ho tum! ⭐
I left France out (in the collage) on purpose because not only they get a shout out for winning World Cup yesterday (What a great game!) I’d totally visit France just to see the Eiffel Tower and eat their pastries. #HOMwork
“Regret is a powerful indicator of future possibility.” When I crossed the finish line of my first 1/2 marathon in March, I had two feelings.
The first was sheer joy, excitement, accomplishment and gratitude. I did something I honestly never thought I could do. I’ve drawn strength from it often in the last few months.
The other emotion was regret.
From my shoe choice and where I pinned my bib to missing my goal time by just three minutes I wished I would have done so many things differently.
Whether it’s a missed running time, a goal we didn’t make or a month or year that didn’t go as planned, I think this feeling of regret is pretty universal.
Regret can stop us in our tracks if we let it. We can use the missed goals as evidence that we must be flawed, not good enough, not talented enough, not disciplined enough etc. And we may decide it isn’t worth trying again.
However, Instead of thinking of regret as a roadblock to success, think of it as a road sign pointing to possibilities and opportunities.
We can use that feeling to help us know where we need to change, where we need to improve or try something different.
We get to CHOOSE what value we assign REGRET.
At the beginning of a new week, we can review what isn’t working and make a change!
As for me, I’ve got a brand new cross training program starting today and I can’t wait to CRUSH those three minutes next year😉🙌🏻🏃🏼♀️ #runnersofinstagram#rookierunner#almostforty#bucketlist#mondaymotivation#alwaysachoice#joy#choosejoy#keeptrying#nevergiveup#momlife#healthymom#goals#regret#bestyearever#boymom#girlmom#momoffive
Like father like son. After an early morning workout and swim session at the beach 🏖 it was the boys turn to make breakfast. Pancakes, eggs, matching grey shorts and no shirt cooking party 🎉. We love the early mornings in Hawaii, they are just so perfect.
Rainy days call for quiet contemplation. The word of the day is gratefulness. Be grateful when things are going exceptionally well. Celebrate your successes. But, also be grateful when the going gets tough. It humbles you.
The Gateway of India is an arch monument built during the 20th century in Bombay,India. The monument was erected to commemorate the landing of King George Vand Queen Mary at Apollo Bunder on their visit to India in 1911.
The Gateway of India is located on the waterfront at Apollo Bunder area at the end ofChhatrapati Shivaji Marg in South Mumbai and overlooks the Arabian Sea. The monument has also been referred to as theTaj Mahal of Mumbai,and is the city's top tourist attraction.