My perfect day would be sleeping in until noon without feeling guilty or depressed about it. Eating chocolate for breakfast, lunch and dinner without getting fat, lethargic or diabetes. While we're on the subject of unicorns, I'd want to fly like a bird, like all day.
Sooo, none of that will ever happen, except maybe one day not feeling guilty about sleeping in until noon. Oh, and I've literally eaten chocolate for breakfast, lunch and dinner for a day, but it was not a good day. Here's what my realistic perfect day would look like:
I'd wake up, say around 7, feeling fantastic. Do my morning stuff, like juicing some ginger, throwing in a good 10 minute meditation, stretching, and then killing it at the gym while everyone walks by and says, "Daaaaaamn girl!". I'd be super pumped from that so I would go and COMPLETE EVERYTHING on my list of to-do's for the day, in a very timely fashion, with zero complications. That may be a unicorn too. It's only happened to me maybe once.
Hopefully it would be a Friday, because I would get dressed all fancy, throw on some heels, and go salsa dancing with friends that night. I'm always adorned with paint clothes and raggedy hair and face, so it's a super treat when I get to look good. I'm still a beginner at salsa, but I looooove it!
After that, I would come home, take a bath in my jacuzzi tub (unicorn?) and read Eat, Pray, Love, which I just started last night and couldn't put down.
This would all be done from somewhere I've decided to travel to and live for a few months or so, somewhere that's not too cold, but not as grossly wet and hot as the Florida weather, a place where I can get fresh produce all day every day with ease, a place where the people speak another language and are happy and friendly. This will all happen one day! New goal.
Anyway, #realtalk real fast; this blog challenge is making me nervous. Mainly because putting my personal's out there like this is out of the norm for me. But I know deep down that it's only because I'm afraid of what people think about me. But really, who gives a shit. Really, really, really delve deep and think about what would happen if you put yourself out there.
This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge Day 3