With all the focus on gay men’s bodily appearance, I think that the health factor gets lost in the shuffle.  I’m trying to get “hot” in the gym and kitchen because of all the diseases I’m trying to combat, for example.  If becoming super hot, ripped, and energized with self-esteem and love for the world and other people happens to coincide with that, well so be it.  Men are designed to be lean, muscly to some extent, active, and energized with legitimate confidence (i.e. not being a pompous ass).  If you haven’t found your version of this lifestyle yet, then that simply means you can start right now, today.  It is never too late to put your temple in order.

Chances are you’ve been distracted by a job or some kind of career.  But it’s still no excuse.  It has been incontrovertibly proven that a sedentary lifestyle kills subtly yet efficiently behind the scenes, slowly destroying your body’s abilities until one day you wake up overweight and miserable.  But it is never too late to intervene upon this destructive path.

I used to be fifty pounds overweight, and now I’m not, because I took the necessary time to find exercise modalities I truly enjoy.  There is something for everyone.  And I was wise enough to ask for help from professional trainers when I knew I needed it.  Fitness is complicated; it takes time, effort, and money just like anything else, especially good relationships.  Don’t give up on yourself and your birthright:  to be healthy, lean, strong, and happy.

Nobody said it would be easy.  Guys who look amazing work out a LOT.  They have chosen on some level to make it a permanent part of their lifestyle.  And it’s not going to be perfect.  Since I started a new medication a couple month ago, I have become a little lethargic.  But once I start the workout, my energy usually snaps back into place.  And, fortunately, I am making some new friends who are already in the same mode of life, so the possibility of getting a workout buddy is very motivating as well.  I also find motivation in my hot guy art.

Have a nice day.  {>^<V}

I am new to blogging.  Heck, I am new to expressing myself.  I just started my blog a few days ago.  But since I went public, yesterday, I have received my first like, and four views!  Three from South Africa of all places.  Anyway, thanks to all.  I feel excited about my mission to express myself in authentic, healing ways, and to hopefully help the world in the process.  {>^<V}

I go to coffee shops to work on my blog.  My favorite Starbucks is even listed as my work location on my navigation app.  I’ve cum five or six times since Saturday–it’s been one hell of a Fourth of July weekend!  About half of them were with another guy; my sex life seems to be coming along swimmingly.  So it was no surprise that I was a bit tired this morning, after hardly sleeping at all last night as well.  I had to get up at seven for an appointment.

Today is an extra good day to be alive.  FINALLY my social life is beginning to mend in substantive ways.  I feel gratitude for my life and my world, without which I would not have gotten to this particular point of triumph.

Sure, I’m extra tired, but for all the right reasons.  The two best sexual encounters I had were the most relaxed and natural of my life, and my body responded with enjoyable ejacs and orgasms.  One in a guy’s mouth, and the second from a guy’s handy work.  I wanted to ejac again with the second guy, but couldn’t, and who cares anyway.  He certainly didn’t.

Now that I am becoming more and more sexually satisfied, and getting all of my basic needs squared away, I look forward to a dramatic improvement in my health.  {>^<V}