The Gentlemen’s Curb
What’s going on? We are back!! I hope that my font displays exactly how I feel. It’s Monday so you know that we are here with another post for you. Make sure that you subscribe to the site. If you have any ideas please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, make sure that you follow us on Instagram by clicking here. There is so much to come at times, I have to ask myself if this is a real thing. It started from me talking about my experiences being a man of size, then I found out that I was not the only man to experience the things that I did. Men of size regardless of what they classify yourselves as have a unified voice. It’s uplifting. It’s inspiring. It’s motivating.
Stay In Your Lane
The words “stay in your lane” often echo within us. Even as children we all were advised to stay within the lines. I watched a video that Idris Elba posted on Instagram encouraging us to step outside of the box. They are words that can limit us. They are words that can stifle our creativity. They are words that won’t allow us to reach our full potential as human beings. A lot of us stay in our lanes by playing things safe. We won’t try new things or face new obstacles because we try to stay in our lanes. But, you only have one chance at life. No one knows what’s on the other side, but at this point, we should enjoy every breath. Try something new. Learn a new hobby. Learn a new language. Start the blog that you always wanted to start. Finish the book that you wanted to finish. Go back to school. Start the diet that you always wanted to. Join a gym.
Don’t Only Color Inside The Line
By all means, try something new. Don’t stay in your lane. Life isn’t promised and regret is a demon that we all hate to face. Thanks for tuning and I hope that you received something from this blog post because it definitely motivated me. Let’s hold each other accountable. Y’all can definitely email us email@example.com. Until the next time, its the Gentlemen’s Curb a lifestyle blog where fashion meets fitness in a BIG way and don’t forget to color outside the lines.