(Don’t wait for someone else). Give yourself a pat on the back.
The topics range; how to get avocados to ripen quicker; the uses of coconut oil; how to cook healthy meals; how to treat callouses (hint – just be proud of those!) or blisters; or where to get good advice about training shoes or physiotherapy. Those are just a few examples of the things that pop up in this thriving community. I do a fair bit of observation and I’ve noticed a worrisome common thread coming to light: the ugly face of misdirected competition.
It’s an exceptionally easy error to make; being surrounded by humans, it requires a substantial amount of self-psycho-analysis to navigate around this nasty habit successfully.
You look at someone else at the gym who is lifting more than you or doing more complex work than you.
At a park, you look at someone who is running faster or further than you.
In a restaurant, you look at someone eating something that you see as unhealthy, yet this person is in such good shape.