There are some people you like who you’ve always liked, and there are people who you used to like but don’t anymore. There are also people you like now that you used to dislike, and there are people you dislike who you’ve always disliked.
I’ve been practicing pincha on a daily basis for 3 weeks now. And at first, I naively thought it’d be easy since I knew how to headstand.
If you want to have the most delicious meal you’ve ever had in your entire life, there’s no need to spend a fortune going to a Michelin 3-star restaurant to eat food prepared by a famous chef.
People say you have to sleep 8 hours a day. If you sleep 8 hours a day and live until you’re 60 then you’ll have slept 20 years, and I don’t want to spend 20 years sleeping.Tarcísio Gomes de Freitas, Minister of Infrastructure of Brazil
Yesterday I found the courage to try doing the tripod headstand again. And although I’m comfortable with the traditional headstand using forearms, this tripod version feels scary to me.
Since my early childhood, my parents would tell me I should have good grades at school so I could have a well-paid job. So I thought that once I landed it my life would be better.
I’ve been practicing yoga on and off since 2012. I’d do just a couple of rounds of the sun salutation for maybe 2 or 3 weeks. Then at some point, I’d just stop and come back at it only when I’d feel down (mostly because of breakups…)
I used to get mad whenever I heard people say, “You should be happy with what you have.” Now I realize I was wrong.
I remember practicing it for the first time back in April and I couldn’t understand how people were able to lift their knees up on their forearms.
All I want is to feel good. And if it means stretching for only 10 min or practicing headstand endlessly then I’m happy.