A friend shared the news of the The Heart Supply with me, so I want to share it with you.
At the moments there’s some mystery but it looks like we are about to know more in 4 days!
What are you passionate about? When you follow your passions, you give the world your best and giving your best is contagious. Contagious in a miraculous and good way, because excellence inspires excellence.
Even when we fall, when we get back up we inspire others to keep going. When you skate, you may think it’s just you and your board. In some ways skating is an escape, a way to have “me” time. But in other ways skating is a community. There’s joy in having fun skating with others and there’s definitely the ability to inspire each other to keep improving.
This quest to keep improving, to have fun while you’re learning is something that stays with you on and off the board.
Get out there – follow your passions and then like the Heart Supply share it with the world.
Bye the way – happy Friday the 13th. Never let superstition scare you into not doing something. All days are meant to be your best day – luck is where you work & make it!
I love the message that Girls Skate South Africa is sharing! I’ve blogged about them before and had to share about their recent event with Vans.
Watch the video and follow them to be inspired. In addition to skating, they are teaching the girls about topics that matter. Giving them information that will improve their lives on and off the board.
Ugly doesn’t stop growing until we work together to stop it. Pretending a problem doesn’t exist has never solved a problem. So whatever your problem is have the courage to talk about it and work with others to end it.
Skateboarding has introduced me to so many people and organizations who work to improve communities and they all started by speaking up.
Use your voice to make a positive difference. Bystanders don’t make positive change, if anything they make things worse by giving bullies an audience and protection. Live your life – speak your truth!
I came to Belgium with just my cruiser board. I always love cruising in Knokke-Heist. I especially love the never ending boardwalk.
But this time I checked out the Skatepark at Duinenwater, which is part of an amazing compound of activities. As soon as I saw the other skaters, I was missing my other board.
I missed it so much that I got up my nerve and asked a stranger if I could borrow his board. Thankfully he said YES!
I ended up borrowing several boards throughout my stay. Next time I’ll bring mine for sure. I just wanted to share this because I think it’s important to be afraid and still do something. It was scary asking strangers who speak a different language for help. Plus it’s important to be helpful to strangers. My fellow skaters did not know me. The risk was low that I would skate off with his board, the park is fenced in, but there was risk. Take some risks, the world truly is a better brighter place when we help and trust each other both on and off the board.
Recently, I received a pillow from Boy Meets Girl first ever home collection!
The collection consists of six beautiful pillows available at Target.
As you can see each pillow has its own powerful statement. I love this because it makes it easy to remember the positive things in life.
The idea behind Boy Meets Girl’s home collection is to bring positivity and confidence to your home.
I decided to bring my pillow to my family home in Knokke-Heist, Belgium. My family comes here all the time and every time I get homesick. The pillow makes me feel better about being far from my California home by reminding me that I can be confident and stylish anywhere.
In addition to building your confidence, every pillow purchased donates a percentage to the National School Climate Center’s BullyBust program to combat intolerance in schools so everyone can feel confident.
What helps build your confidence when you’re far from home? Next fall I’m going to college, so I’d love to hear your tips.