Developing Artiste Program (DAP) Audition
Officially started DAP:
- Danced 6 to 7 days each week
Fractured left foot's 5th metatarsal
CNBC internship interview
Back to DAP
Started internship at CNBC
CSTD Ballet + Jazz Summer School
Submitted RAD Ballet Intermediate exam application
15 Jun: Jitterbugs Open House
- Fractured right foot's 2nd metatarsal
Premature end of internship at CNBC
Read Eat, Pray, Love
- Started doing yoga using online videos
Surgery to fix fractured foot
Start of Year 3 Sem 1
Toyed with the idea of setting up a Yoga CCA in SMU with Stella
Attended proper yoga classes
Started TRX classes
Back to gym
- Started going heavy
Sent Application for FISAF Aerobics & Group Exercise Instructor course
10 Oct: YogiSMU's 1st Rooftop Yoga session
19 Oct: Certified FISAF Aerobics & Group Exercise Instructor course
Applied for & started ACE Personal Trainer Certification course
Started Vera's Fitasy
Feeling so damn thankful every single day
I also remember a very kind lady who gave me a whole packet of tissue paper...
Along the way, I've met so many people. So many people who I suspect are God-sent. No, let me rephrase. They ARE God-sent. These people believed in me, supported me, gave me opportunities, taught me, challenged me, gave me pep talks, encouraged me and helped me get to where I am.
Many people don't know; but I'm a super insecure person. I doubt myself all the time, I rarely ever believe that I'll be able to accomplish anything great. I look at myself and look at everyone else. I see how everyone else is way better. If I've been extremely successful at anything, I've been the most successful at putting myself down. I know right, I started this blog with the hope of inspiring people and making a difference in people's lives. Now here I am, telling the whole world how tiny I feel about myself. But hey, that's me.
I still find self-doubt creeping around within me. I am constantly reminded of how inadequate I am with regard to whatever I wish to accomplish. But looking back, I managed to rise above all these fears and doubts and take active steps towards a life that I believe in.
Yes, my Plan A failed. All the odds were against it. I'm on Plan B now. But I'm loving it with every ounce of my being & thankful for every opportunity. I love all the crazy workouts and fitness classes, I love the heavy weights, I love designing workouts, I love reading and talking and writing about fitness related issues. I love it when I can help and inspire people along the way.
Why am I writing this post? Because I want to move on to be the best version of myself and touch lives along the way through the things that I'm passionate about. I'll come back and read this post months, or even years later, remember my very humble beginnings, keeping in my heart my God-sent angels & always be hungry for personal growth.