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Out amongst the London icons, pondering how much there is to be grateful for. 👁 I don’t remember ever thinking about becoming a model as a young child(I wanted to be an 👩🏽‍🎨), nor do I remember ever hoping to travel far and wide as part of my future career, however, if I really dig into what most likely directed me to step into this job, I’d credit it to moments in my childhood where I felt the most unwanted, ugly, stuck, and dependent on others. Those dark places likely positioned me to be eager for acceptance from others, especially for my looks and ethnicity since I was insecure about both growing up, (which felt like it was being reversed through me becoming a successful model, and owning many clothes/things). Then, as this modeling career began to unfold, it opened up the potential for traveling abroad(alone), which would require me to be very independent, and helped calm the fear of becoming “stuck” and codependent on those around me like I’d witnessed in one of my parents while growing up. . It’s fascinating to realize all we ever do can be broken down into simple core motivators like these. And how recognizing and understanding these will open up an entirely new way to see the world; It’s incredibly liberating. . If you’re interested in figuring out the root of anything you do, it’s as simple as asking yourself “why?”, and continue asking “why?” until you get to the very core of it. Hint: you’ll know you’ve uncovered a core motivator when you reach the memory from the first time you ever remember feeling the feeling that whatever you’re questioning stirs up(or what the antithesis of whatever you’re questioning stirs up). These core motivators usually stem from a memory made in childhood, so dig deep. And ALWAYS employ a professional if you feel like it’s too heavy for you to pull up those old memories on your own. There’s nothing braver than asking for help. . Love you fam. Be a Light. ❤️🖖🏼 . 📸 @lucasnoonan 💯 #KeepItREALISH edits: Honestly, I pulled out the whole kitchen sink on editing this background cuz it was originally taken on a very foggy/gloomy day when Big Ben was under refurbishing. Check out the second slide for the original. ↔️🙀

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What’s an absolute limit you’ve pushed yourself to? How did you know it was your limit? This could be physically, mentally, or spiritually… I really wanna know your answers. . Only in writing this caption am I asking myself the same question, but my answer is: I’ve pushed myself to the limit in workaholism(which ultimately stems from a “perfectionist” disorder I’ve used for a long time to hide and avoid some shame issues I’ve harbored for the better part of my life- but I’ll save that for another post, lol!); this over-working myself ended up coming at the cost of a mental-breakdown. . A few years ago I began having sporadic anxiety & severe panic attacks, & this imbalance inevitably led to depression and lots and lots of confusion. Thankfully, I was willing & able to seek out professional help, & my at-home support(family and friends) were unwavering in their love and acceptance of what I was going through. As I began to “work” at navigating these new obstacles, I did what I tended to do best: created yet another job for myself… this time, though, the job felt like life or death; if I was to succeed at this job I could have my life prior to the panic/anxiety/depression back, but if I was to fail I’d be facing a future full of unbearable darkness. . Up to this point in my adult life I’d allowed little to no playtime to exist, always with the excuse of work needing to come first, downtime second or usually not at all. As I’ve studied the core reasons that we become “perfectionists” and/or “workaholics” it’s become even more apparent that what I needed most was to give myself time & space to be that little girl that still lives inside me; A place to express my creativity, to experience flow & fun, which to my masculine minded former self seemed unproductive & undeserved. I’m still in that process today, I’m recovering little by little though, & I can tell you from my experience that the amount of purposeful work I’m able to get done now is more than when I was at the height of over-working. It’s funny how or bodies & minds communicate so directly yet we can be do blatantly ignorant to it. . Now tell me urs?!👂🏼 . 📸 @shove_vone 💯 #KeepItREALISH edits: none

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