Oh my gosh, it’s Friday! How exciting is it?!
My body is finally getting back to normal and the soreness is fading away, which means that most likely I’ll go for a nice jog this weekend. I can’t wait!
Oh, and check out what I got from Amazon yesterday.
That’s right, it’s Spartan Up! by Joe De Sena. For those of you who don’t know, he is the founder of the Spartan Race. I kept on seeing this book everywhere over the past few weeks, and finally gave in.
I read only a few pages and I am already hooked!
This book is a guide to leaving your comfort zone and aiming for more, despite how difficult this may be. It teaches how to:
- conquer your greatest obstacle – your will
- embrace your greatest friend – discipline
- make limitations vanish and establish a new normal
- achieve the ultimate – obstacle immunity
Here is a short excerpt from a prologue:“An inverse correlation links how miserable you feel in the race, and how great you feel after it, so you can bet I felt like a million bucks afterward. When you break through the other side of hell and finish an event that did not seem possible, that stopped you in your tracks over and over, something happens. You feel accomplished, incredibly proud of yourself and, in some ways, a different person.”
Believe it or not, that’s exactly how I felt on Monday. I am looking forward to reliving this experience over and over again.
Today, I’d like to finally answer questions from Michelle, a blogger behind Baby Blues to Running Shoes, who was super kind and sweet to nominate me for a Liebster Award.
1. What was a defining moment in your life so far?
It’s definitely a moment I wish never happened. About 2 years ago, I almost lost my mom because one bad driver decided to burn a stop sign and hit my mom, who was crossing the street on her bicycle, at full speed, even though it was her right of way.
Needless to say, this event shook my world. At that moment of time, my mom was only 46 years old,as you can imagine, I never really thought that something bad could happen… I was wrong! I am very grateful that she is okay now, but this whole incident taught me to live my life to the fullest and appreciate people around me, and also not to forget to tell that I love them all the time.
2. Who is your biggest inspiration?
Probably, my future unborn children. *Did that sound cheesy? lol!*
3. What is one thing you are too scared to try?
Giving birth! *Not that it’s going to be a choice when it comes to it!*
4. What is a goal you are working towards right now?
Even though there were a few setbacks throughout my training, but I am really keen on obtaining the Spartan Trifecta Medal this summer.
5. Do you have any phobias?
Giving birth?! *AHAHA! Crying silently…*
6. Have you ever broken a bone?
Scared to jinx it, but I am glad to say that I don’t have any broken bones in my body.
7. What is your favorite time of year and why?
I love spring/early summer when everything around comes back to life! I find this time of year I get extra energy and motivation to set new goals and accomplish more.
8. Who are 3 celebrities you would want to have dinner with and why?
I always have a difficulty answering this question… Probably Nicole Kidman, Sandra Bullock and Ellen Degeneres… These women inspire me!
9. Do you have a nickname?
According to my husband, I am ‘baberoo’, ‘tootsie roll’ and ‘toots’. Go figure!
10. What decision are you most proud of?
To marry my husband! Even though, at times I tell him otherwise *girls, girls, girls*, but meeting him is the best thing that has ever happened to me. He is my world! *Babe, you didn’t really just read that… You must be dreaming or something…*
What is the book you are reading right now? What is it about?