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‘Its been a rough day. I put on a shirt and a button fell off. I picked up my briefcase and the handle came off. I’m afraid to go to the bathroom.’ Rodney Dangerfield

In the Sex Ed class the teacher says, “All right, class, I want you to go home and come back tomorrow with as many positions as you can think of for making sex.” The next day she says to Little Johnny in the back, “Well, John, how many positions did you come up with?” Johnny says, “Seventy-three.” The teacher says, “Oh, my goodness…uh…very good, John, very good…” She calls on Becky in the front and says, “All right, Becky, how about you?” Becky says, “Gee, teacher, I only came up with one…where the guy just lays on top of the girl.” Johnny yells, “Seventy-four.” I have been trying to think how I can best put this so in a tactful way….here goes. I try approach subjects that I feel are relevant to be approached. I know we are all adults but some of us seem to have forgotten that. It is important to have fun but there is a time and place, we can have fun but still be appropriate …..so…..Ladies and Gentleman quick sexual education talk. Men have a Cockadoodledoo and Women have a Kitty Kat and Boobies. I think we learnt this in school and now here again today. So now that we are all up to date. Lets go forward being mindful and respectful about it. Lets leave the tongues off the comments and references to these body parts. Please can we have a little bit of respect. This is part of life and it happens to be that yoga, dancing, fitness, art and modeling have very expressive natures physically but that been said we can also be commenting in a tactful manner. What we do with our bodies is irrelevant, what goes through someone else’s mind is their perspective- their thought process. We are not born as objects, we are born with every piece of anatomy we need to function and utilize for life so let’s treat each other with the respect one deserves and not hide behind our screens being inappropriate by all means have fun but do it with respect as you would if you were talking in person.

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Taking my new sunny side up legs for a spin and beautiful bra from @flexilexi_fitness I love beautiful funky workout gear…. So with this beautiful bra and eggscellent leggings we can all have an eggscellent day I am eggstatic about it can you tell I am a little eggscited i better eggsxit stage left 😊😆😂
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Here’s the beautiful pose in the pic but did you know I don’t just first of the bat twist myself up like a balloon artist makes a dog out of a balloon…. I wish…. yoga the pose or flow you see is the bare minimum of what yoga really has attached to it. The final postures are just windows to your mind, body and soul how they are currently after many hours of work and challenges. These postures are nothing more then a statue a small sequence representing the hours of work every yogi puts in…Advanced postures for many yogis may need 30 min to 2 hr warm up… if you say to us you aren’t flexible you can’t do yoga neither were we yogis until we put in the many many many hours of practice…. if you want to be better at something don’t wish for it work for it.
Photo 1 pose
Video 2 unwarm moving
Video 3 warm movements
Video 4 stretching opening my body

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I am so thankful for you all. You all enrich my life in one way or another. I read all your comments and appreciate your time and effort to communicate with me and your hearts are heart warmers and strength givers. I wish I could rightfully return your love in person but know i appreciate you immensely; and those I follow I don’t have enough words to do you justice you inspire me and are awesome beyond words. I hope to all of you i also give you some beauty in your life too with what I share. My purpose is to pay it forward and write a better future for my daughter, for me and as I do hopefully help others do the same.
Never forget that you are one of a kind. Never forget that if there weren’t any need for you in all your uniqueness to be on this earth, you wouldn’t be here in the first place. And never forget, no matter how overwhelming life’s challenges and problems seem to be, that one person can make a difference in the world. In fact, it is always because of one person that all the changes that matter in the world come about. So be that one person. “Few will have the greatness to bend history itself, but each of us can work to change a small portion of events. It is from numberless diverse acts of courage and belief that human history is shaped. Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring those ripples build a current which can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance.” ― Robert F. Kennedy

Sexualisation needs to stop

I am not here to be a pretty face, I am not here to live in comfort. I am here to be courageous. I am here to tell the untold for the people that are unheard, to make a change and difference for the better in the world. I am here to make the world a more beautiful place most importantly for my daughter.

There’s a difference between sexualization and sexuality. Breasts don’t hurt children, breasts FEED children, and it’s the sexualization of women’s bodies that’s actually hurting children the most”. (Let me also say from men and women hating on each other) The female breast is one of the first sights a newborn sees when they come into this world. Most mothers breastfeed their children for at least the first six months of life. The breast nourishes children. The biological purpose of the female breast is to provide for their young. When children are born, they don’t see breasts or anything sexual. Children are taught. Even when they go swimming at a young age, young girls typically don’t even worry about wearing a top when they go swimming, since their nipples aren’t sexualised. What makes a developed breast different? If a child isn’t raised to fear their body or to sexualize others bodies, it won’t happen and they won’t be seen as sexual. In cultures where nudity is the cultural norm, it is not sexualized. We grow up in a society where we are taught to hate our bodies from a young age. Children are grown up in a society where the victim is blamed due to what they’re wearing, because what they wear is seen as sexualized. “Maybe if she just covered up more” or “Well, it seemed like he was asking for it.” A body should only be sexual if they’re consenting for their body to be seen in a sexual matter. We live in a sexualized culture, yet it doesn’t have to be this way. We can make a change. Instagram can make a change. By setting up a way to remove of rape culture, to create a society in which nudity is normalized and not seen as obscene. Just as men did for their nude freedom back in 1936. If we just stand by and do nothing, there won’t be any change and things will continue to get worse for people seen in a sexual light. We MUST be the change we want to see in the world. Change starts in small steps. Let’s be the change that the world needs.
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Happy Mothers Day

So this is what Mother’s Day looks like awesomeness with Laine and 630 am start wouldn’t have it any other way 😍
Thank you moms.
Thank you for giving of your life and for loving those children and for pulling up your bootstraps and looking for the little things in life to love. Thank you.
You are the definition of brave.
Onward, brave mother. Onward.
And thank you. Thank you for all you do.

Born an original do not die a copy.
Comparison is the theft of joy.
“Why compare yourself with others? No one in the entire world can do a better job of being you than you.” ~Unknown

We all do it or have done it at some point in our lives: We compare ourselves to others and gauge where we are based on what we observe them to be doing.

If this was simply an observation, that would be one thing. But in comparing ourselves to others, we often end up judging ourselves. There’s no one worse to judge!

If you have ever noticed, it doesn’t matter how many people are on your side, cheering you on. If you can’t get on your own side, you never get past “go.” The thing about comparison is that there is never a win. How often do we compare ourselves with someone less fortunate than us and consider ourselves blessed? More often, we compare ourselves with someone who we perceive as being, having, or doing more.

And this just leaves us coming up short.

But our minds do want to quantify. Our minds want to rank and file and organize information. Our mind wants to know where we fit into the scheme of things. So we need to give it something to do.

So, instead of training it to stop comparing altogether, why not simply redirect the comparison to a past and a present self and keep the comparison within?
We are always becoming more. Who you are today is a result of the decisions you made yesterday. We are always in a state of creation. We decide and then we decide again, and the direction is always toward expansion. It is our human nature to expand.

So, when you catch yourself comparing yourself to another, stop for a moment and re-direct the thought. Instead of submitting to the temptation to compare yourself to someone else, ask yourself a few questions instead.

What are you doing today that you couldn’t have done five, three, or even one year ago? How have you stepped out in the last year that you might have found inconceivable before?
Michelangelo said, “Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it.”

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Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around. Leo Buscaglia

It is much easier to remember to say thank you to a stranger’s act of kindness or comment on their awesomeness than that of a loved one just because it is so out of the ordinary, so novel. But also we forget or ignore any person that is kind often by not saying thank you for their kind acts or words. How sad is that, all humans want is love and connection and when we receive it we ignore it or when we give it people don’t even acknowledge it. But the little actions our loved ones do to help and strangers do or say perhaps need our greatest attention, because they are so easily missed against a backdrop of constant giving and sharing online etc that it is so easy these days to take it for granted. Note often we complain about how we want to be appreciated or accepted or the world is cruel and these people remind us of the beauty and good in the world still exists and we are enough.

Habits readily lead to ‘taking things for granted’ and we often forget to notice such kindness until it is no longer available.
Rather than wait to detect these small acts of kindness from your loved ones when they are no longer around or strangers, make every effort to do so today. And remember to express your gratitude for every instance – with a smile, a hug, a word of thanks or even a Thank-you note. There is no time like the present to acknowledge all the gifts of kindness you may be given today. Tomorrow it may be too late. Or even just randomly give gifts of kindness and express those kind words out loud you say in your head. “Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.” ― Marcel Proust