I'm in college, training to become a world-class chef. I've got so many ideas and things I want to do, just to be a little more unique and to create a good name for myself. Besides trying to not take everything so serious all the time, I'm also struggling to stick to my student budget. Not just that, I desperately want to get in shape, so that I can finally feel more confident about myself.
However, I've been procrastinating the whole exercise and eating healthy ritual. Obviously I realise that this would be for my own benefit, but somehow I could never stick to the "I'll start tomorrow morning" phrase (which I think most of us know pretty well).
After reading your article 'Little ways to kick ass' from April 2012 (pg 76), I just felt completely energised to get off my ass and actually kick ass! I've definitely got the right personality, now all I need to work on is my attitude and be more inspired and motivated :) Why say "I'll start tomorrow", if I can do it now? As was said in the movie White Chicks: "Triple T.K.A --> TIME TO TOTALLY KICK ASS"
Thank You Cosmo for an absolutely kickass magazine!