As you grow older and wiser, it’s natural to start losing friends. This is especially common in high school, due to the developmental changes that one goes through. But this is also an important time for everyone to understand that there is a divine process, along with lessons you need to learn and that it will all be fine in the end. Remember that you are stronger than what you think, and that there is nothing on your path that you cannot handle. Take this time to release the old, embracing the new. Make sure that you’re getting enough sleep, eating enough and balancing yourself. To balance myself, I mediate twice a day, and I started working out more. It’s a healthy way to get rid of stress. In addition, make sure you that you believe in yourself. You can do it. 



Anyone who knows me personally would read this title and go “why is Mayah talking about working out?” Someone would mention my stature and point out obvious things like my weight. Considering that I’m 5’3 and 130 pounds (this is updated, I weighed myself today), no one ever sees the “need” for me to workout. I have a nice shape (if I do say so myself), so it doesn’t “seem” necessary. Hopefully by now you understand that I’m starting to workout more, around 30-40 minutes. My goal is everyday. So if I’m my size why am I even bothering to work out? It really came to me today why I view it as such a big deal. This year I’ve been through a lot emotionally. I view it all as positive and lessons that I’ve learned from. I’m at a much better state than I was four weeks ago. I’m a lot happier now. Like it is always said, everything happens for a reason. So basically I realized that I’m so pressed on working out because of the emotional changes I’ve gone through, and I want the changes to be present on the outside to. My goal is to get stronger actually, and add muscle (so in essence I’m trying to gain healthy weight, since muscle weighs more than fat). I’m starting to take better care of my body and love it more (you have to love your body, it’s the only one you get). I’m going to change my life for the better, and that’s why I’m starting to workout (plus it helps with stress). Slowly but surely everything is falling into place, at the perfect time. Stay healthy!