Hello, it’s just me. I’m just a lady, much like yourself, trying to sort my personal life out and make the necessary improvements so that I can get on with my life and enjoy its finer things for once and for all.
You see, just like you, I really want to be well. I decided to start this personal blog talking mainly about health and fitness from a woman’s point of view, mainly so that I could also use my personal experiences to help others reading this post to make amends to their lives after struggling for so long.
I’d like to point out to you that I am not a qualified expert on health and fitness, nor am I a medical technician or seasoned nutritionist. If you are looking for more coherent answers on more serious and urgent matters related to your health, then I would suggest that you search the internet or your local area for those qualified experts who should only be too glad to assist you. Of course, if you are ill, you should have already been to your general practitioner for a first assessment and first series of treatment measures, if required.
The nature and motivations for writing a health and fitness blog from the personal perspective of one woman is to share and care. Sharing means caring, does it not? By sharing personal thoughts and, when these opportune things do come along, useful, helpful and important information, you are only helping others who may be in more need than you can imagine. I decided to write this first post straight from the heart without any hindsight to the internet’s large volumes of information which can sometimes be guilty of misinformation in the sense that some of the articles are riddled with bullet holes that show up factual errors and incoherent remarks which suspiciously suggest that the writer is not who he or she said.
That is not the case here. I really want to help and encourage you. I want to help myself as well. In talking to you today, I am already helping myself. Right at this very point in time, I am seriously thinking what I need to do next in order to fix up my personal life and turn it into one which is wholesomely healthy and happy. I have the burning desire to be well. I’d also like to go a little further in my personal life to become fit and strong so that I can do and manage the personal and work-related things that I had not managed or put up with before.
So, without further ado, let me tell you a little bit about what I am looking forward to writing for you. Quite possibly, the two most important posts I may be writing for you concern my personal journey and discoveries on healthy lifestyles for women in particular and working our way towards creating what I am terming a balanced health and fitness plan which is commensurate with my own personal life right now, subject to change and, I say this quite positively, as my life changes for the better. Just this morning, I was laying in my bed thinking to myself that my life cannot get any worse than this.
I regarded such thoughts in a positive light and dismissed the guilty feelings of perceiving myself to be selfish, thinking only of myself at this point in time. But I have asked myself and my Maker time and time again, how could I possibly be of use to anyone else if I cannot service my own needs effectively. One area of my life that I have been putting off for quite some time is the matter of my nutritional needs. Addressing these now is no longer a skeptical preoccupation but rather influenced by moments of excitement and anticipation. It should go without saying for the rest that this has mainly to do with doing things for the very first time.
And so it goes in life. I am one of those who were always so fearful of change. But the positive affirmation says that change is actually quite healthy for you, particularly when your previous life was not a bed of roses. Change is as good as a holiday and change brings about exciting new possibilities. I deliberately chose not to go over my previous copy here, not so much that I could rush to finish it (because as things stand now, the day is moving along at a ferocious pace already) but to keep myself looking forward. And in doing that, I am putting the past behind me and only looking forward to what I would like to do with my life and the things that I need to do to achieve my goals in life.
One of those goals is to be healthy and happy. And did I forget to tell you, I may have, that we’ll also be spending time in the kitchen, sifting through all the exciting new ingredients that go towards strengthening and nourishing the body to its healthy and happy state.