Closure sew in ❤️😍 I’m proud of myself because I don’t really like stepping out of my comfort zone , especially when I don’t ACE it ! I’ve learned that PRACTICE LITERALLY MAKES PERFECT w that being said to all that I declined for this service I will be adding *Closure sew ins* back to my hair styles . Also I wanna THANK ALL my loyal clients that’s been supporting me from the jump and believes in me #HAIRBYCOURT#Explore
It has not even been two days in the desert, and I am completely revitalized (mentally and physically). Joshua tree has so much beauty, two days will not give it justice.
What is your your favorite place to recharge from the city hustle?
Here is my “take” on this place. Swipe left to see original.
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Please read this amazing transformation story
I keep being reminded that not everyone knows how I got to where I am now.
Story from today... A guy from our Regional team brought in donuts to work today. I walk in with some cases of water and he says... “ Hey man I brought donuts help yourself.” I kindly replied... “Thank you anyways I brought food I appreciate it tho.” If you’re a human being don’t do this please. “It’s ok just have one it won’t kill you.” I gotta stop the story right here for a moment... Why do we do that?
I mean granted I’m a guy, and have tough skin, and can handle myself... what if the person was recovering an eating disorder, or had blood sugar conditions, or allergies to something you brought?
How do you know it won’t kill me?
Look if you need to make yourself feel better about having a donut by having everyone else have on that’s cool then do that... but don’t please don’t try and coerce someone who politely declined your not so healthy breakfast option.
Honestly he meant absolutely nothing by it... which lead to me explaining to him that it won’t kill me but I don’t want to go back down that road.
Do I like donuts?
I mean who doesn’t??? Did I want one?
The thing is tho I’ve been on this journey long enough to know that a donut would be a setback for what I’m achieving with my group who are doing a program with me.
I turned down a donut for myself, but also for them.
For everyone of them that is faced with temptation to fall off. For every time a friend or co worker offers something not on our plan. For every time they have a weak moment and are about to fall off.
I did because I can... I control what goes into MY body, and no one else has that control but me.
So I told him “why” I was saying no... because literally the day I took this picture on the left I thought I was going to die... December 1st 2015 I tore off my CPAP choking on acid reflux and couldn’t breathe. I ate a roll of antacids and looked myself in the mirror and told myself... “Something has to change starting today.” That was the first day I did a workout at home in my living room... and the rest is history.