one of my quarantine project was to build a squat rack that stands out from the rest of the diy’s. though it’s only about ninety percent complete, i’m really happy with how it’s turning out. it looks sick and everything i had imagined in my head. the only downfall of the rack is certain parts of the wood can chip easily simply because it’s exposed to heavy contact. it’s been a fun experience full of learning, from design to modeling to woodworking to constructing to spray painting. along the topic of fitness, i made a decision to start my bubble tea ban today because i’m starting a sixty day cut. during this time i’ll eat clean and be disciplined with my intake
i come to realize i generally don’t do what normal people do and do what normal people wouldn’t do. i’ve never been a follower of the norm just because; i do what i want and i follow the path that my passion leads. it has taught me it’s okay to stand out and be different. there’s a lot that i want that a normal girl doesn’t have ambitions for and doesn’t strive for. there are things any regular human being may never care about, but all i’m doing is going after things i want to achieve and believe will make myself fulfilled. i want to be able to have amiable fitness, to be play an abundance of sports, to flip and do gravity defying things and to make everyone around me happy
almost forgot how bland and unoriginal my house used to look before painting the exterior to purple two summers ago. once upon a time, my house was pink just like thousands of other houses across vancouver, but now its the best looking house!! the dark purple now really spices up everything
it never fazes me to spot a car like this in richmond but doesn’t still stop me from admiring them. the unique shade of blue makes it a stand out from others, but i feel it ruins the classiness of the car itself. sometimes it’s a pity drivers with expensive cars have such poor driving skills and can’t handle their car properly. happy 200th day post for tongtongvision. what a milestone!!