A lot of people would take that as being conceited but I love a lot about myself and, after 40 years, I’ve learned to change the shit I don’t love about myself with the ultimate goal of being awesome.
I work hard, take care of my family and make sure everything we need it under control. I handle responsibility pretty well and try to be a great husband and father. I try to do what is right and I try to help anyone I can. I run Commons4Kids and I’ve always tried different ways of donating to charities- even as a kid in elementary school, I would just give trading cards away. If a friend was looking through my cards and wanted one I had…if it wasn’t really a part of “my collection”- I would let them have it- just the way I’ve always been.
With the weight issues, I’m finally being honest with myself and trying to focus on doing it for me an not others- those carbs you eat when you are alone count the same as those that you try not to eat when others are around you.
I’m trying to motivate myself daily to be a better person- get healthy, do stuff I love and be there for the two most important people in my life.
There isn’t “something” I love about myself because I love it all. I’m trying to “live my best life” because you only get one and I’m a good 2/3rds of the way through mine and I don’t really have time to screw around with parts I don’t love about myself- if I don’t love it- it’s gone.
Love, Peace and Sharkyness