Welcome to my Blog about fitness, workouts, diet and about my personal fitness journey
We all have different style for everything in life, different values, different goals, but we all do have something in common. We all want to be healthy & happy.
I guess any single one of us has the list of priorities. Organised people have all written in their busy diaries and they are checking them from time to time, deleting old ones and adding new ones. Many of us (counting here myself) know what are our priorities and we just live how we feel like with a certain direction and focus what we want to do today, tomorrow and in near future. We are mostly focus on things (like to get amazing deal on our favourite bag, shoes or dress on great sale etc.) or to give the best we can in job we are doing at the moment, or we are focusing to make other people happy AND some people live day by day with no priorities. Which version do you practise every day? These priorities create our life every day. Did you think sometimes about putting yourself as the priority today? How often do you look in the mirror and say how amazing you are doing in your life and how amazing you are? I guess this doesn't happen that often because we put everyone and everything on the first place and we stay the last in the cue to get our turn to become to ourselves a priority.
My life before 1991
I was like every other kid. Living a happy life, going to school, having lots of friends that I played with. I was having any toy I wanted. Just started to train tennis and going to dancing school. Yep, I was talented for those things. Went on my 1st dance competition, I remember we were dancing with Madonna's song and we had the funniest outfit! I had the best grades in school and just started to learn English and German. I gave my parents reasons to be very proud and my future was looking good and I was very excited about what the future will bring me. A happy life I guess.
guess you wonder why this idea came in my head? Well, I will tell you now why.
In 2008 I was living in Zagreb, already year and a half, and working a job that I didn't enjoy at all. I was getting such a low salary that I couldn't afford to get anual leave to go somewhere for a holiday. It was a bit off road in my career, working as an organiser of Prize games (ufff hard to explain, sorry) and I had a chance to organise one event for 800 kids called Princess Ball, which was great success. I was renting horrible flat with my auntie and paying her as much as I could pay for that type of accomodation - read old, horrible flat, on the 4th floor on the busiest street in Zagreb called Green Wave (cos of traffic lights), so the smell in my room was just pure gas from the thousands of cars who were passing down my window who became black in 2 weeks, so you can imagine what it made to my lungs. To cut story short. My life was getting into direction of constant misery and complaints and I didn't want to live life like that. For me that was a living nightmare.
Passionate about fitness, happiness, dreams!