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I'm a woman who loves to dance! It makes me happy and just calms the storms ... whatever they may be. It eases my mind and soothes the soul, and if you don't get the chance to dance, then YOU ARE MISSING OUT! One thing I know is, I am not the best dancer, and while I used to shake my little tail-feather, I haven't been quite as able to shake all that I have since my car accident (but that is for another time). On a bad day, when I don't feel like doing anything, I come home, take my work outfit off, and turn on the music channel and just dance. Why shed the clothes you might ask?!! I personally find that dancing with minimal clothing is the best feeling in the whole world. It almost feels like you've had a chance to shed your "skin" of the day. You get the chance to leave all that stress and worry behind you, even if it is only for a few minutes. And as the music plays, it helps to relieve the tension. Coming from the days where I used to dress up to the nines and put on my best shoes (which weren't always the most comfortable ones but looked on point), that feeling of barely having anything on is freeing and amazing. Having learned from my past, when I go dancing now, I tend to dress for comfort - depending on the location and occasion, which translates to a sexy pair of kicks or an insanely hot pair of heels. 
Being a woman is a pricey investment, and even more so than the average guy. But, I'm not here to talk about them, so we will not be comparing. The price of beauty is quite astronomical if you break down the cost of looking good. Each part of the anatomy has its own price tag, whether it be hair (all body hair), face, nails ... You name it! But it's all circumstantial.
Personally, I always feel better after going to the gym; and when I am in  the rhythm, I never think twice about how my day will end because a workout is in store for me. But, this time around was a little tricky because after a long hiatus and a great comeback when the new year started, I didn't think I would fall off the wagon ... let alone, have sickness kick me off my game as much as it did. I speak for everyone when I say that, "being sick sucks ass so much," because you are limited to what you can put the body through because the body is already in a weak state.