Not where I wanna be, but right where I’m supposed to be.
Big ol’ paragraph coming up, don’t worry, I won’t take offense if you don’t read it. Lots of people tell me I’m an inspiration to them, however, I’m very aware that there are more who feel inspired but just haven’t told me. You all deserve to know my story because I don’t want my lifestyle interpreted the wrong way, especially in my fault. I realize majority of what you see on social media will never accurately depict how it actually is. However, I’m strongly considering starting up a YouTube channel after meeting up with my friend @lawrence_o today, especially in the summer. It is a more appropriate platform, but what the content would entail is: how I built my body as a 19 year old natural, my nutrition, my daily routine, my training regimen, my philosophy in life, how I overcame depression, how to defeat apathy as a teenager, endless topics. But most importantly, how I’ve cultivated these skills through my upbringing while facing hardships. It is nothing to boast about as I, just like you, am always in a learning phase. I merely find fulfillment in helping others and I think there’s a lot of noteworthy things I have to share that you could apply to your life. While you tell me I’m your inspiration, there is only two people in this world that know who I am, and why I am the way I am. If you look up to me, you should know the truth. To add onto this YouTube thing, it’ll be like documenting my journey for what lies ahead of me. The past is the past, and is only brought up for productive thoughts to impact the future. @imdei7 said, it’s more important to feel good about life than look like you have a good life.