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- Flow & Fly Tie Dye Party!! Thanks everyone for joining us for this sweet tribe event. We can’t wait to see how everyone’s shirts & hammocks turn out!! By popular demand... we will be planning another one soon!
- My @cradleyoursoul yoga tribe. Love these women SOOO much! I've laughed with them, cried with them, and learned more about myself than I ever knew possible. They came to support me on my wedding day and I was blessed beyond measure to have them there. 💕
#yoga #kula #yogaeverydamnday #tribe #wedding
- We had some of the sweetest babies dedicated in BOTH services this morning! Here’s a little glimpse of our first of many Child Dedications at City Hope.
It was a privilege to be able to pray over these future world changers. What an honor it is to support, encourage, and love on them and their parents as they raise them to know Jesus. It takes a village ❤️ stay tuned to our social media pages for more photos of this morning’s Child Dedications 🤗
Thank you, Jesus, for our City Hope Family!
- Happy 53rd Guyana Independence day 🥳💃🏾🕺🏽
- Love is flying in the air among the #Tribe
- Together we shine ✨ i can't explain how much I feel blessed to be part of this wonderful world. Colors, differences, trust, love, sisterhood, I feel really really blessed. <3
- My reward for studying my butt off these past three months AND for publishing a book while in graduate school 💕
- 3 1/2 MARATHONS in 6 WEEKS!!! Challenge accepted and completed with pride and determination.
The mental and physical test between listening to your body and knowing your strength but also the internal monologue you have along the miles. Curbing that doubt before it manifests into your skill set is imperative to keeping yourself healthy and pushing forward. •
When pain wades through the consciousness, we are unable to process those irrational thoughts. If we run with a purpose then pain is temporarily suspended. That physical discomfort breakdowns the usual brain activity. Those burdens of identity are erased and a strong foundation is built for the body and the brain to understand how, who and what they are. Putting our bodies in a situation where to finish and to achieve the goal, thoughts have to be prioritised.
It’s a simple reminder that we are human.
It’s been a testing experience with not just the training/races but processing everyday. A tough mental battle to figure out my position in this world but through running and breaking down the perception, life has reshaped.
Thank you to everyone that has donated to my fundraising page and given me support in whatever way. It has been one hell of a journey but one I won’t forgot. 🧡
- ☀️👙Sunny Time 👙☀️ nothing great is done alone 🌎 sending love to my peeps🐥 and my fam 🏡 Happy #Movement and Memorial Day Weekend.
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- Buenos días Panama ❤️
- breathe heal love play, repeat. ⠀
enjoy the beautiful long weekend familia!! be safe. bless your food and cheers to lots of belly laughs ➿🖤➿
- I went into this race with zero expectations, and actually I wasn’t sure if I’d even finish and I was okay with that. My motto going in was ‘don’t be a 🍆, no more injuries, ain’t too proud to DNF.’ I saw loads of friendly faces at the start and I was relaxed and well rested and all the things you want to be at the beginning of a marathon. I don’t really have a dramatic story for this race, basically I felt really good the whole way round. I had a minor issue at mile 6ish where my blood sugar got really low and I had a panicky awful mile until I took a gel 🤓and then I was absolutely fine. Didn’t make that mistake again! I kept waiting for my hip to start hurting but it never did. I’ve run enough long races now to know that if you don’t stay relaxed in the first half (in the marathon that’s the first 15 miles to me) you’re going to be screwed for the finish. So I fast hiked some hills, I ran some, I chatted with other runners, I sang to my music, and I just really enjoyed myself. At mile 20 I started feeling GREAT which surprised me so I ran a couple of quicker miles (for me in my current state 😑) and when I finished I felt like I could have carried on. Except I’m not really interested in climbing Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Hill after running a marathon ever again. This was a huge confidence boost ahead of July’s 100k and it’s got me real excited and reminded me why I love long events. And @maverickrace is my bae forever even though there’s always some stupid challenge like 427 steps on a cliff face or sliding down a mountain on my arse. I’m pretty sure that’s why ILYSM so don’t you ever go changing. 🍩🏃🏼♀️⛰ and this 📸 by the amazing @cakejaggaley #runfree #tribe #deffomytribe #marathon #trailmarathon #theoutdoorsawaits #forthemavericks