Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Senior Year - A look Back on the Summer

Senior Year started last week for me. I'll come back to this later though. Maybe in another post.

Right now I want to take a look back at my Summer.

As you could see by previous posts I started working out with Atila and Nolan in July. Well, now I workout either with them or on my own every day of the week except Saturday and Sunday.

It has really paid dividends. Not only that though. Eating right. Not even being on a diet. I just don't eat junk food anymore. I have really cut back on everything that's not natural. I mean obviously everyonce in a while I have a cheeseburger from hardee's or something. However, that doesn't mean I eat there everyday. Really though. When it came to eating. I just needed to start eating more natural food. Rather then all this fabricated junk.

I guess other people than just me have noticed as well. I have gotten alot of compliments on how I look now from a wide range of people. You know that are just little boosters. Me trying to be slightly modest just respond with the simple, "I try. Thanks."

It's nice though. To see the results of hard work. Now, my goal is to get cut. I'm getting stronger and losing the fat. Now I just need to take it to the next level.
I'll get there. Just a matter of time.

Also, I have grown up alot in just the last few months. I'm not sure exactly where, how, or why. I just know I have. My life is alot more ordered now. Also, a lot more free. I have come to accept a lot of things in life as results of everyone else and I just need to do my part in it. Right now my life motto is: C'est La Vie. It's French meaning "Such is Life" I take it as meaning there are somethings you can't do anything about but complain and worry. Since I'm a logical person I see no benefit from doing either of those. So, I accept my situation and work on, through, or around it.

I'm starting to see my life really take shape and have potential.
Everyone keeps telling me how I'm doing to do this and accomplish that. How I'm going to be a millionaire without even trying or change the world. Those would be all well and good. However, that's not what I want to just jump to. I want to take the journey to get there. I want the experiences that make the result worth while. I know it's really cliche but it's the Journey that makes life worth while not the million dollars at the end.

Oh. P.S. You should check out the band "The Kooks" they are from England and extremely good. At least I enjoy them.

Books- Fight Club - Everyday Philosophy

Sorry for any errors in my writing I'm to lazy to go through and edit it right now...